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Gotta figure something out

A bunch of Lego minifigures on a tableWhat am I going to do with all of these?!

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Using Lego bricks to support accessibility and make a statement

Helped by her husband, Ebel often spends two to three hours a day building the made-to-order ramps which contain several hundred of the small plastic bricks stuck together with up to eight tubes of glue.

German grandma builds wheelchair ramps from Lego – Reuters

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Gotta tear ‘em apart first

Tomorrow might be a Lego organization day.

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I think we generally need more double-z words

Word of the day: dazzle

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The best way to watch movies makes even more sense today

People looking for a big-screen movie experience can drive up, show their tickets without opening a window, and enjoy the show as an isolated family unit.

A Moment for Drive-In Movie Theaters – The Atlantic

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Simple Lego desktop cable organizer

You know how you like to run your charging cables behind the desk to keep them out of the way, but they always fall down the back whenever you unplug your phone or laptop? Here’s a little thing I whipped up using basic Lego parts to help keep my cords where I need them.

The design is super simple. I just made sure the cables wouldn’t move while in place inside the organizer. This one was built for two Apple cables, but you can modify it to suit any number or size you’ll be using. You can even create a minifig scene on the top!

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Makes a nice minifig display

Built a Lego cord organizer this morning for keeping charging cables from sliding off the desk, using just basic parts. I’ll post photos for anyone interested in making their own.

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I waited too long and missed the really nice colors

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Still unpacking