Just a little tinkering and asking one question: "What if we...?" Every company needs tinkerers
-- the more the merrier.
Altman returned home, met with fellow tinkerers
, rented a space for Noisebridge the next year.
The slots and fitting sometimes defeat the home tinkerer
. After all, if the sight is too large to fit the existing dovetail they always figure a bigger hammer will do the business!
; the amateurs, DIYers, and inventors who make America great.
Full-time heating engineer and self-described "tinkerer
" Bill Moxon came up with his newfangled, grip-friendly pen in the late 1990s.
A Lansing-bred tinkerer
, Ransom Olds' life experience and world view resembled his more famous contemporary, Henry Ford.
MANY years back, when I turned up at my first meeting of a bike club I had just joined, I was asked "are you a rider, a camper or a tinkerer
He tells us that Bushnell the Yankee "was a bold innovator, reconceptualizing in his writing and orations almost everything that crossed his path, and a great tinkerer
, always interested in improving that which he found before him" (4).
It's a combination character study, idiosyncratic autobiography, frontier adventure tale, sci-fi movie, and interdisciplinary documentary, in which Zittel presents herself as artist, citizen, tinkerer
, visionary, control freak, renegade, and glam queen.
Ratzenberger still regards himself as a garage tinkerer
and holds five patents for a packaging process that he invented.
Thomas Adams, a photographer and tinkerer
, found that chicle made lousy tires but great chewing gum, much superior to the then-dominant spruce bark and paraffin wax.
Sugata Mitra, a physicist from Indian think-tank NIIT, embodies the best features of a scientist, educator, tinkerer