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We want to hear what you make. Because the people who make stuff - the artists, business owners, entrepreneurs and dreamers - are the people who actually make up the larger economy.So this year we began recording stories about what you make in our listening booth. You can hear them below, and subscribe to our "Makers" podcast series on the right.If you'd like to host the listening booth at your event, drop us a line.

Eric Lee: What do you make?

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Eric Lee, at BarCampRochester, adding his proposed session to the day's agenda. BarCamp is an "unconference," which means that attendees determine what sessions get held the morning of the event.

Eric Lee makes old computers new again. 

We met this high school student at BarCampRochester in October 2011, where he sat down with us in our listening booth.  Eric told us about how he unearthed an old iMac at his summer job, and then found a way to bring the iconic Apple machine into the modern age.

Like the music? It's Buffalo-based Fourem's "Voyage to the Center of the Lung."

Support for "What do you make?" comes from Advanced Motion Systems.

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