Chris Anderson leaves Wired to make robots

What is sad for Wired may be a boon for DIY electronics.

Chris Anderson of Wired has announced that he is leaving his job as editor in chief in order to devote himself to 3D Robotics, a company he cofounded that makes DIY drones. We can’t wait to see what he does with his drones.

“This is an opportunity for me to pursue an entrepreneurial dream,” Mr. Anderson said in a statement. I’m confident that Wired’s mission to influence and chronicle the digital revolution is stronger than ever and will continue to expand and evolve.”

Photo Credit: TED / James Duncan Davidson
Via New York Observer

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One Response to “Chris Anderson leaves Wired to make robots”

  1. Ron Sellers Says:

    Just finished Chris Andersons book, Makers! Very inspiring and which is why I am now at Ponoko, he mentions Ponoko throughout the book, and I am very excited to see what IO can design and fabricate through Ponoko. “Thanks Chris for the push!”