It's never been a better time to be a maker. Access to computers and tools such as 3D printers is relatively universal, and the Internet has made it easy to find others who share our (esoteric) interests. Maker spaces are popping up everywhere but often they're starting from scratch. The answer -- and the future -- is community, both virtual and physical. Join Adam Savage and guests as they discuss how to properly build communities supportive of makers, and get people to start using their hands as well as their minds.