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“How Naomi Wu Wants to Change the Tech Scene’s Sexist Wiring” @SixthTone @realsexycyborg

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How Naomi Wu Wants to Change the Tech Scene’s Sexist Wiring.

Wu is a maker — a catch-all term for tech-focused tinkerers — who posts YouTube videos of herself tackling projects ranging from glowing LED eyelashes to a “blinkini” top with LCD screens that can turn transparent for a more NSFW look. She has over 44,000 followers on Twitter; her videos — some of which have over a million views … In the future, she hopes to turn herself into a real cyborg by replacing some of her body parts with robotic limbs. “I don’t want to live a boring life,” she tells Sixth Tone.

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