As a youngster of seven or eight, I received an Erector Set for Christmas. It included stamped-metal parts, metal wheels, some pulleys, lots of nuts and bolts, and an electric motor with a rudimentary ...
It is difficult to fathom a more serious threat to the community than “a fully constructed U.S. Capitol Lego set.” Yes, this is where the blockheads of the FBI are at in their case against the ...
Scott Pilgrim vs. the World celebrates the joy of filmmaking like few films before or since. Orson Welles famously called the ...
We can talk more about Lower things tomorrow. Saturday, the Crew will play its final game in Hunt’s old erector set. The old man, who died in 2006 at the age of 74, will be looking down with a ...
Budding engineers, he says, typically had technical toy sets -- Legos, Lincoln Logs, Erector Sets, Hot Wheels, or some other product that ultimately played a role in their choice of a profession. For ...
It’s essentially a CNC mill that makes Grid Beam, a classic DIY building set that resembles Meccano, Erector, and other classic sets, only made full-scale for larger projects. While BeamCNC is ...
Thirty years after the Twins and the Vikings made us big-league in our beloved erector set, Met Stadium, we found ourselves bigger than all the rest. Editor's Note: First in a six-part series.
After multiple... Of all the mobile gadget makers, Asus reminds me of the toys of my youth such as Erector sets. Asus has an affinity for creating hybrid... During Samsung‘s Press Conference at ...
Second place honors went to Ooltewah High. Robots are built from parts that resemble erector set pieces. Once built, the robots are programmed and ready to compete on a playing field that consists ...
The Deal: The attorney with Stearns Weaver Miller Weissler Alhadeff & Sitterson led an eight-attorney team representing four of the member holding companies of FabSouth, a fabricator and erector ...
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Innocuous stab at H.G. Wells sci-fi classic about a scientist who invents a device that sends him into the future. History repeats itself in this latest take on H.G. Wells's classic novel.