Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Victoria's Secret's $2-million Fantasy Bra, the people who use iron lungs, Bitcoin versus other major global asset bubbles since 1980.
- The biggest story from this year's Victoria's Secret fashion show was the $2-Million Fantasy Bra worn by supermodel Lais Ribeiro. That's $2 million. For a bra. POPSUGAR has more pictures and a video. [POPSUGAR]
- And here are the highlights from the rest of the show. [POPSUGAR]
- Here's an amazing video of an archer getting arrows to change direction mid-flight so that he can hit targets hidden behind obstacles that he can't actually see. [Gizmodo]
- Remember the online role-playing game Neverwinter Nights? No? Well, it was a long time ago. And now it's getting an 'Enhanced Edition'. [Kotaku]
- Here's a chart comparing Bitcoin to other major global asset bubbles since 1980. (Go ahead and click, we won't tell anyone.) [Business Insider]
- An iron lung, also known as a negative pressure ventilator, is an outmoded mechanical respirator which enables a person to breathe on their own in a normal manner, when muscle control had been lost. Gizmodo spoke to a tiny handful of humans who still use them. [Gizmodo]