Geeking For Good: Handmade Capes for Super Kids
This may be the most heartwarming thing I’ve seen in weeks. Young kids all over the US who are facing huge obstacles, like illness or disability, are suddenly gaining superhero status. Robyn Rosenberger and her organisation TinySuperheroes have made it their mission to turn these kids into crusaders, with their own capes and costumes to help them fly over the face of adversity.
TNC Tunes - “Tuna Melt” Set to Awesome Domino/Rube Goldberg Video
While this collab between electronic artists A-Trak and Tommy Trash is fun to listen to, this TNC Tunes post is more for the video than the music.
Directed by Ryan Staake, the video for “Tuna Melt” features a three and a half-minute long mix of domino maze and Rube Goldberg-style excitement, that travels all the way through a really nice house. While it might not all have been filmed continuously, it looks cool.
Check out the worthwhile video above! You can also buy A-Trak’s Tuna Melt EP on iTunes.
Take My Money!: Pixel Art Sweatshirts
Some of these designs seem like the kind of screen-printed fantasy that blogs like We Have Cardigans are made up of. But nope, these excellent 8-bit gamer style sweaters are totally real, and available for you to buy!
Yeah Science!: Cyberpunk Legend William Gibson Tries Google Glass
In a moment that must seem almost like stepping into one of his own novels, cyberpunk author extraordinaire William Gibson briefly got to experience augmented reality vision, as he tried on Google’s new prototype product Google Glass this week.
Geeking For Good: “Campaign to Stop Killer Robots” Actually Has Serious Message
It sounds like something from a mix of The West Wing and The Terminator, but The Campaign to Stop Killer Robots is real, and serious about ending the use of fully autonomous weapons in warfare.