Exploring the idea of a virtual makerspace and how the digital can move to the corporeal, and visa versa. Mirroring a real life maker faire in Sept. I am looking at over coming the physical and financial barriers of integrating the maker ethos into a connected learning environment and providing a point of access for distance and disabled people. The particulars of making are really wide open within making the makerspace. For example the wine and food makers could share via hangouts their produce within the makersim so others could experience and learn about food and wine, etc. they share the process and result. The particular story of the make becomes an artifact and discoverable by new makers within the open network of the Makersim.