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We all love LEGO. I mean, what's not to like. (Except stepping on bricks in bare feet. I don't like that!) With more than 100,000...
Well played Sydney Westfield. What do you do if you want to bring attention to your city and your company? You create the Australia's biggest...
Instagram’s most followed brand is showing plenty of skin, which makes its broad appeal perhaps understandably. Victoria’s Secret is a company associated with glamorous...
If you scored some Lego for Christmas, you may want to consider building this today. It sure beats watching the Boxing Day Test.
If Channel Nine had any clue it would have take a direct feed from The Guardian newspaper, and broadcast its entire Olympics coverage in a stop-motion Lego animation. I mean, it's not a big stretch. Karl Stefanovic actually has Lego minifig hair without even trying.
A QR code built in Lego. I like it already. But the QR code itself is a suggestion of something that could be built. Plus, the code takes you directly to an online store where you can buy the bricks. Really, what's not to like about this genius advertising campaign.
Two thousand years ago, a Greek mechanic created a machine that predicted the motions of the celestial bodies. The device, pulled up from a shipwreck in 1901, became known as the Antikythera Mechanism. You have to wonder what that ancient Greek gearhead would think if he saw what's in this video.
We love Lego. And we have no doubt that you do too. This Friday, we've assembled three of our favourite Lego-related videos, from the educational (MIT’s Eric von Hippel: Open Innovation) to the inspiringly creative (My Desk is 8-Bit by Alex Varanese) to the mind-blowingly, bodaciously awesome (Pixels by Patrick Jean). Happy Friday Anthillians!
It makes sense to build a company’s investment plan that has the interlocking qualities of Lego pieces, tightly fit, all supporting and connected to each other. To do that takes a carefully constructed financing plan with these specific elements: