Things We Saw Today: Superfit Hero Creates Exercise Wear That Empowers
Wear your feminism on your sleeve! Or on your WHOLE SHIRT.
Check out this awesome shirt from Superfit Hero, a line of exercise clothing that strives to make women feel like powerful! (via the Superfit Hero Facebook page)
- This opinion piece over at Salon posits that it’s getting to be about time for X-Men‘s Magneto to have an origin change, and perhaps become a member of a different minority group. Thoughts?
- Canadian production company, Nelvana, and Nickelodeon are partnering on a new series called Mysticons, about a quartet of girls who transform into legendary warriors. Sounds pretty badass to us! (via TV, eh?)
WeLoveFine has added to their Portal clothing line, which now includes this awesome GLaDOS dress! Check out all the new duds over at Nerdist!
- Check out this insightful interview with astronomer, Dr. Jill Tarter, the scientist who inspired Jodie Foster’s character, Eleanor Arroway, in the film, Contact. (via The Huffington Post)
- Windows 10 now supports holograms. This is not a drill! Well, it sort of is. You need special HoloLens glasses, so it’s kind of like 3-D? (via Eurogamer.net)
— Telltale Games (@telltalegames) June 11, 2015
The next chapter in the game, Borderlands, comes out June 23rd!
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