Why Technology is a Superpower

If you could have any superpower, what would it be?

When Linkitz co-founder Dr. Lyssa Neel was a little girl, the answers to this question ranged from invisibility, the ability to fly, and a few kids who wished they could stop bullets "like Superman."

We now live in a world where invisibility is possible, people can fly with airplanes or jetpacks, and scientist Stephanie Kwolek invented Kevlar, a material five times stronger than steel and a core component in bulletproof vests.

Technology made all these superpowers possible -- but that is only the beginning.

“Who knows what new and exciting superpowers are being imagined now that may someday become realized through technology?” Dr. Neel asks.“A girl’s' creativity and imagination means there are no limits to what they can dream of. Our team at Linkitz wants every girl to know that by using technology,  she has the ability to create her own superpowers, and be her own superhero.”

Linkitz aims to inspire a new generation of superheroes. Girls have the imagination, and we can't wait to see what amazing things they create with Linkitz as their tools! 

What’s your superpower? Let us know on Twitter and Instagram @LinkitzToys and on Facebook!

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