Wow, a lot happens in an internet minute
@brandon Five dozen internet seconds just to name one! 😱
@brandon notarially certified and scientifically approved 🤓👍
@tobias Like, legit?
Also, I swear brick.camp could be boiled down to "Unconventional LEGO use"
@brandon 😁 It sure could be - that's what it is about in the end: To give some inspiration 😊
@tobias There's some pretty interesting things out there. I just wish LEGO wasn't so freakin' expensive
@brandon absolutely relatable, feel the same
@brandon by the way, that's also a reason why I started brick.camp: to show how you could archive cool stuff with parts you maybe already have... don't know if it already fulfills this goal or makes you sad because of all the pieces you don't have 😅
@ckeen Won't ignore this because I agree. I don't follow the new sets and commercials and promotions and other stuff no more ... it's just getting too commercial and too ... influenced? ... for me.
I'll just have fun with the parts I already have. I recently rediscovered a lot of bulky pieces I never used and will give them away to get some more space in my room.Back to the basics 😊
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> Wow, a lot happens in an internet minute
Now I'm thinking of "internet minutes" kind of like "dog years". As in "how old are you in Internet minutes?"
@codesections haha :P I am 24 internet minutes old
@codesections Three years ago, 400 hours of videos were uploaded to youtube per minute... that could be a starting point for calculating how much longer a internet "dog year" would be 🤔
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