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The second video is up and ready to be watched. I even managed to ask all of the Makers this question. Turns out I forgot to ask Arne the first question, which makes me a bit sad as I really enjoyed his responses. If you have to give an interview to a lot of people over the course of several days, I would recommend having a strict question order. I did mostly ask the questions in the order I’m presenting, but there were a few people here and there I tried out questions in a different order (another mistake as it’s incredibly difficult to find their answers now).
Also, I’m not sure how important this is for anyone, but the order that you see people answering questions in the video is the order they were asked in. Check out my post on the first video for more information about my process.
I posted a link to the last video in the forums over at Instructables and got a response to the previous question I thought was worth sharing, Kiteman’s response, “Making doesn’t need a reason.” Which I thought was quite well put.
I posted a link to this video over at Instructables as well. I encourage you to take a look, and see what people over there are saying in the comments as to their favorite tools.
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Everyone who talked to me was absolutely amazing, and I therefore want to show them some love. If you get a second, or liked any of the makers, please follow the links below and check out their websites.
Andrea Hooge & Jackie Klobucar
Sarah Watson & Justine Tan
Sophia & Gwyn
Matthew Ebisu & Mike Warren
Elsie Sands & Amy Dame
Vincent Van Haaff
Barbara & Site 2
Zee Kesler & Site 2
Michelle La Haye
Question 2: Are there any tools that you've found indispensable over the years?