Chris Anderson: “I don’t believe that Makers enterprises have to remain small-scale. Many, of course, will opt to do so, creating customized goods for a specialist market. Others, though, can utilise all that the Maker technology has to offer to get an enterprise off the ground, road test its products, respond to customer feedback, and then build a larger-scale company. What they’ll have going for them in addition – and it’s something that many larger companies lack – is agility and flexibility built into their DNA.
(via The internet has created a new industrial revolution | Chris Anderson | Technology | The Guardian)