Recently at Reason.tv: Boing Boing Founder Mark Frauenfelder on DIY, Mistakes, and Unschooling

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Mark Frauenfelder, is editor-in-chief of MAKE magazine, founder of the collaborative weblog Boing Boing, and author of the book Made by Hand: Searching for Meaning in a Throwaway World.  He sat down with Reason.tv's Ted Balaker to discuss cigar box guitars, the value of mistakes, and what the Do-It-Yourself movement can teach us about education.

Approximately 9 minutes.  Shot by Alex Manning and Paul Detrick.  Edited by Austin Bragg.

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  1. Wow, now that dude is just too cool man! Wow.

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  2. Mark Frauenfelder, is editor-in-chief of MAKE magazine, founder of the collaborative weblog Boing Boing, and author of the book Made by Hand: Searching for Meaning in a Throwaway World.

    Oh, God. Make it stop!

    He sat down with Reason.tv’s Ted Balaker to discuss cigar box guitars, the value of mistakes, and what the Do-It-Yourself movement can teach us about education.

    I think it teaches us that some very highly educated people don’t know anything about the value of their time.

    1. Of value to whom?

  3. I think it teaches us that some very highly educated people don’t know anything about the value of their time.

    Indeed, can you imagine a bigger waste of time than doing something you enjoy? Especially if it’s something Brian E doesn’t enjoy? It’s crazy!

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