A new way to organize your bookshelf, another magical, digital tool from NASA, and a free mending library – these are just a few of the fun articles we shared this week.

Artist Nina Katchadourian

Is it a new form of storytelling or a fun way to organize your bookshelves?

NASA Science Visualization Wall

NASA is bringing us new ways to look at our world through the magic of digital imagery. Remember our links to the Science on a Sphere and the PBS Nova special Earth from Space? Here’s the latest from NASA: the NASA Science Visualization Wall.

Photo: Gil Regio Jr

“My small act is mostly a gesture and for some it means a lot but I think the bigger importance is the example of participating, of being a citizen and acting outside of what is normal.”

This is yet another in a series of posts about what we’re reading at Whole Earth: stories about the environment, ecology, travel, outdoor living, ideas, art, writing, history, science, and creativity, and the people who make it happen. Have a suggestion? Please leave us a comment so we can add it to our reading list.

2 Responses to “WHAT WE’RE READING MARCH 22, 2013”

  1. Raanan Robertson says:

    Have you ever included on the reading list or read “Biomimicry: Innovation Inspired by Nature” by Janine M. Benyus? Somewhat dated at this point, but an excellent book on ecology, the environment, and intelligent, forward-thinking design, and more inspiring than any such book I have read in quite a while. Take a look!

    -Raanan, Whole Earthling at Campus store

  2. marie says:

    We haven’t included it in our WWR series.
    We will definitely check it out.
    Keep the suggestions coming.
    Thanks Raanan!

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