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Good day, I hope that this is not an inappropriate topic for this form. I have been asked to create an introductory course on how to use Legos and technic pieces to build great ball contraptions. I have learned through the school of hard knocks and how to do it. But I was wondering if anyone in this group can help me develop a syllabus or outline on topics to include in a brief course that would assist students and adult fans of Lego get a better comprehension of how to build one. Any thoughts or suggestions would be greatly appreciated? Or if you know of any good resources that I could use as a framework for a program if you could share it with me or provide me the URLs or documents that would also be very helpful and quite appreciated. If you want to send me something my email is email@example.com - Thanks - Daniel
Hello every fellow builders. I am currently doing my exam project in innovation. For that i am making a new product series for lego, and i need some confirmation on something. The questions i would like you to answer is: Are you missing the creativity when you buy a Lego set? (only one finish product) Do you feel challenged when building with Lego? Why do you build with Lego? Hope you would answer these 3 questions. best regrads Tjennis
Eltina's library had a fine selection for one of it's size, Emile Perreault found. After leaving Elise at their new house, the privateer made his way to the library. I was hungry for doubloons, the essential thing needed to grow his reputation as a captain of fine vessels and a powerhouse in trade. Luckily, Eltina had some texts on economics and businesses. These were all very different from maritime law and customs, something Emile had familiarity with. Economics, business, stocks, all of it made his head spin. He made a note to hire someone to look after his finances for him when he had enough time. Hoping some rum would clear his head and possibly give him an edge to learning, Emile went off to go find some. When he returned, the privateer found his neatly stacked texts were askew and on the ground. "Damn Corries," he muttered to no one in particular.