You Said It: Readers Comment on Art Activism and Circuit Board Chairs
Once again, we have scoured Facebook to find the posts that were really resonating with you. This week, an 11-year-old's art project and a chair made from discarded circuit boards had you talking.When the Deepwater Horizon rig exploded and leaked thousands of barrels of oil into the Gulf, aspiring artist Olivia Bouler didn't just wait for someone else to take action. Instead, she started selling her paintings of birds, raising $155,000 for the Audubon Society in just a few months.
Then, TreeHugger tech writer Jaymi Heimbuch explains how chairs made from old computers offer interactive seating.
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Read the posts mentioned in this video:
Talented 11-Year-Old Paints Birds, Raises Over $200,000 For Gulf Coast Relief Efforts
Chairs Made From Old Computers Offer Interactive Seating