Lego Land?

A pile of Lego blocks, of assorted colours and...
A pile of Lego blocks, of assorted colours and sizes. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Disneyland in Lego

I originally found this link way back in 2006.  However, certain things are timeless.

I am not a big Lego fanatic.  I think the plastic blocks are very kewl but I am not into it like Chris Pirillo or Krystyn.  They are not alone either, someone actually remade the entire Thriller video in Lego stop action.  However, since I am currently exploring options to display my Warmachine collection, I can totally relate. Check out this awesome site which it nothing less than a total recreation of Disneyland in Lego!

<Update> I also found this top ten lego item list from the same year.

Last but not least, check out some of Matt De Lanoy’s photo sets on Flickr.

Gbrowser in the Works?

This post originally published on 26 May, 2005.  It is not a very “green” story at present but I am publishing it again simply because of what it did for me.  Matt Hartley picked it up at lockergnome.com, a site I later wrote for, and linkswarm.com also picked it up.  The result was about a quarter million site visits per hour… so be careful what you ask for lest you fry your server.

It is also interesting because, the browser war, especially with this talk of Firefox adding DRM, is still very much going on. Continue reading “Gbrowser in the Works?”