I presented my paper "The LEGO System Makes Co-Creation Painless for the LEGO Group" at the National Conference of Undergraduate Research a couple days ago. It went excellently. People were really interested, and I attracted a fellow college AFOL to my presentation who I got to talk with.
It was about how the the LEGO Group harnesses the innovations and ideas of the AFOL community, and how the LEGO System itself eliminates or minimizes the obstacles that other firms face when co-creating.
The bad news is that A) I didn't submit my poster for a different symposium, I'm rushing that in now and B) I did almost no other homework during the conference.
Still, very worth it, though I still find it weird that I submitted a Business paper when I'm a STEM guy through and through. It was fun.