In this post, I link to the very best posts in our archive focused on making, doing and craft.
In Fixing, Things, Fixing Ourselves, Lydia Nicholas writes about Suguru, an open source material for extending the life of mass produced (or any other) artifacts.
In Plan B for a Nuclear Reactor, Paul Williams describes the transformation of a nuclear power plant into a heritage site.
Gabriella Coleman outlines her theory of hackers, liberalism, and pleasure, which became an important part of her book, Coding Freedom.
Ian Ewart was an Anthropologist Looks at Engineering.
Adam Drazin presents the Mechanical Postcard, an intervention into UCL Ethnography Collections by Mattijs Siljee, of Massey University, New Zealand.
And on the opposite side of making, unmaking, Helen Polson writes about how Death Bear Wants Your Unhappy Things.