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December 16th, 2009 Leave a comment Go to comments

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When I decided to continue blogging for another year, I also decided to make this blog more interesting and to pay more attention to readers’ needs. Many of you have often asked what am I building at the moment, and only recently it occurred to me that this exactly where Facebook can help. With a Facebook page I can provide frequent updates on the building process and more, without cluttering my actual blog, and it can be done with all the useful functionalities like comments and new post notifications. Moreover, at some point I have been suggested to launch a forum for my blog, and while I don’t think that my blog is popular enough to run its own forum, this is where Facebook steps in with its discussion boards.

My Facebook page has been launched today with some info on my current project, the Volvo excavator (including current photos). More is to come,  and I hope that this is going to meet your needs.

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  1. Lukas
    December 28th, 2009 at 02:11 | #1

    I found your site 2 days ago (as I got my first Technic set for Xmas after aprox. 15 years of not playing with them). Now I’m glad you are on FB as well. Congrats and wish you successful and creative next year 🙂

    PS. Pozdrowienia z USA 😉

  2. Sariel
    December 16th, 2009 at 20:09 | #2

    @RjbsNXT
    Check this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uF5jSjTmugw
    It has a simple working principle, but the whole Zblj’s design is simply brilliant.

  3. RjbsNXT
    December 16th, 2009 at 20:05 | #3

    Congratulations!
    I really like that you decided to keep us updated with your current work as I am always curious of the internals of your models and your current progress.
    You might even eventually start uploading little videos along side pictures 🙂
    Looking forward to what else you have in store for us in the coming projects 😀
    I don’t suppose you give us some more detail on how the automatic CVT gearbox works? I can’t seem to get my head around it :S

  4. December 16th, 2009 at 18:43 | #4

    Welcome,Paul:
    I have been on Facebook for quite a few others and have gained a number of friends who are LEGO fentastic. Please join the Lego thread that I started and become the major contributor. Should you join, I will turn over the Presidency to you, as you are far more advanced than I am. I admire all that you do and the ideas that you come up with, you are truly a geniius engineer and the LEGO Engineers need you very much, please !!! There are too many blogs, we need no more than 6 to service the globe, as long as they are as valuable as what you provide. You’re the GREATEST ! ! !

  5. Boris
    December 16th, 2009 at 11:46 | #5

    Wow, that’s such a good idea! I already became a fan. =D
    Good luck with the Volvo excavator!

  6. December 16th, 2009 at 11:30 | #6

    @nissin my facebook is allelujahnissin.

  7. December 16th, 2009 at 11:27 | #7

    Hi Sariel:

    I become one of oyur fans. Actually I am very amazed by your works. Please come to my blog sometimes, we are NXT robotics teachers from Taiwan. (http://tw.myblog.yahoo.com/lego-caveschool/)

    Sincerely

    David.

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