Sector 67

By Elizabeth Delaquess | January 10, 2013


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Do-it-yourself projects have surged in popularity in recent years. While some have picked up knitting needles and planted gardens, others have migrated to community spaces to work on projects involving complex circuitry, infrared sensors, and motors.

Producer Elizabeth Delaquess takes us to one such space in Madison.

Elizabeth Delaquess

Elizabeth Delaquess

Elizabeth Delaquess is a podcast specialist at First Unitarian Society, a radio tech at Wisconsin Public Radio, and a volunteer features producer for a show called “Third World View” on WORT.
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