Tuesday, September 23, 2008

TBs recommended on 'The Brothers Brick'

Andrew from... well you know... ('The Brothers Brick') caught me in surprise, today!
He made a listing of 10 recommended LEGO Blogs, you should read and imagine who got there...
Yes, because there is LEGO behind SYSTEM, TBs was appointed as 'should read' for all matters about TECHNIC building and builders.

And in the sequence of this, there was issued on 'The Next Step', also a very positive note about TBs .

Obviously not because of referring us, but I must say these are also great and among my favorite LEGO Blogs for almost daily reading!
Off course together with some of the other Blogs that Andrew mentioned too, like: Klocki, Brick Town Talk, VignetteBricks, MicroBricks, MinilandBricks,... yeh, still can't read that blog in Japanese...

This just makes me upset because lately, the rate of new posts here haven't been what I want it to be, due to some time shortage. But lets continue to work and make LEGO TECHNIC to reach more and more far away!


Anonymous said...

It's much deserved; your frequency may be down but there's nothing wrong with quality over quantity!

Alex Campos said...

TBs keeps getting more and more of the recognition it deserves!

I believe it's just a matter of time before LEGO's TECHNIC site includes a mention to it, like the MINDSTORMS site does with robotics-oriented blogs...

Eric D. Burdo said...

Hurrah! My post is famous! :)

I'm going to try and start covering some TB stuff at my personal blog, Brick Labs

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