Sellers and publishers of books from all over the world convened in New York this week for Book Expo America. Conference discussions focused on e-books, social media, and self-publishing, but the real buzz was about an old-fashioned phenomenon.
Nader Khalili created a housing movement for the future. Khalili prototyped his dome-shaped adobes on a commission from NASA. He realized that his "superadobes" could take root on Earth. Studio 360's Eric Molinsky visited Cal-Earth with some friends.
Artist-programmer R. Luke Dubois has his own map of the U.S., and it's not colored with red states and blue. He gathered his data from 19 million dating profiles. He wants to know what we really think about. Produced by Studio 360's Eric Molinsky.
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