MacForce has launched a new web site, and with it a new line of Mac based clothes. The MacFore line of clothing brings back some of the attitude of the old Power Computing adds, but adds a modern flair and wraps the whole package in high quality clothing. According to MacForce:
MacForce announced today the debut ofMacForce.com, a flash-based website geared toward a devoted Maccounterculture. MacForce.com is dedicated to serving its Portland-based Macloyalists with Macintosh-related services and support, providing relevantMac news and information via its weekly Rocket Report, and unleashingcharacter-driven entertainment to Mac lovers across the planet, with games,a cartoon series, an evolving line of T-shirts and gear, and lots of funfree stuff.
"This site is something completely new and different for the Mac community,"says Shane Spiess, chief executive officer of Media Systems, Inc./DBAMacForce. "We combined our passion for everything Mac with a love forold-time adventure series like Flash Gordon, and created characters thatpopulate the site and entertain the reader in a monthly cartoon serial. Idon1t think a more dedicated group of superheroes (Monkey X, Zmac and KidZero?a.k.a. Team MacForce) has ever been introduced to Mac users."
The "Rocketeria" line of apparel taps into the edgier Mac counterculturewith its Team MacForce character-based designs and an irreverence toward PCusers. In addition to a growing line of T-shirts, Rocketeria will alsoprovide freebies like throbbers, desktops and screensavers. Look for thefirst full episode of the Team MacForce cartoon on January 9, 2001, in honorof the 2001 MacWorld San Francisco Expo.
You can find more information at the new MacForce web site.