Right now on Meetup. In Los Angeles, where I live, this group holds an annual three-day convention called Bricks LA, the next one coming up in early January. Sounds like some innocent fun, no? AFOL must be stopped. Put an end to it.
If You're an Adult Playing With Legos, Just Don't. Here's Why.
If You're an Adult Playing With Legos, Just Don't. Here's Why. - Can You Build a Lego Brain? | Guff
We have all used commonplace tools like PowerPoint and spreadsheets to train or inform our clients, colleagues and team members. Commonplace methods are expected, familiar and safe — like grown-up security blankets. Studies have shown that after about 30 minutes into a meeting, the percentage of people paying attention falls dramatically. Or think about a study done by Microsoft that showed that human adults have an attention span that lasts only eight seconds. Compare that to a goldfish whose attention span is nine seconds!
Our team Our contacts. LEGO play is an interesting concept. LEGO has been around for generations. We played with it, our parents played with it, and even their parents played with it. It is a recurring toy, something that has lived through countless generations and that will live through many more.
Like most children, Richard Selby played with Lego. When he had his own children, he sat on the floor and played Lego with them. But increasingly, after his children went to bed, he carried on playing. I started buying bits and bobs.