A place to post discussions, links, sharing, ideas, stories, about how other people and entities have seen, documented, or written about the Society, the Magazine, the Channel, etc.
Embrace the broad view. . . .this can include "ancillary" things like vintage books or publications that were written by key Society staff, or members or others associated thereof about topics that enjoyed prominent/partial coverage by N.G.S. through the years, but may not have been strictly an NGS book, program or whatnot.
If something has merely a loose connection to anything Nat Geo, this is the place for it.
If you have suggestions for the scope of this group, or even a better name for it, do let me know. Best,
Latest Activity: Sep 30
Across the Andes by Frog This is my first (and last) parody review of a parody article celebrating its forty-fifth year of publication in the charming and instructive treasure-house of information,…Continue
Started by George Thomas Wilson. Last reply by George Thomas Wilson Sep 30.
The National Geographic as a Cultural Fixture (Part 3)V. Television (cont.):*In a season 1 episode of "Homicide: Life on the Street" which aired in 1993 there is this query:"You read that in National…Continue
Started by George Thomas Wilson. Last reply by Scott T. Shier May 5.
This is a Chronological list of parody covers of the National Geographic Magazine. Scott Shier has an excellent discussion on this topic in the Ephemera & Collectibles group. I felt that since…Continue
Started by George Thomas Wilson. Last reply by George Thomas Wilson Apr 1.
Note: This discussion was first posted to the Ephemera and Collectibles group. It has been updated and reposted here.This collection is eclectic if nothing else. It was inspired by the article in…Continue
Started by George Thomas Wilson. Last reply by George Thomas Wilson Feb 7.