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#1 Offline Hapori Tohu

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Posted Sep 13 2017 - 09:50 PM

You may wonder what this headline has to do with LEGO. We'll explain below the fold. In short, you can currently (for the next 30-some-odd hours) get a $399 annual subscription covering books and more for $199. This includes dozen of explicitly LEGO-related titles, hundreds of books that touch on LEGO, and thousands of books for further exploring related topics, such as robotics, programming, design, and 3D-printing. There are also "serious" learning offerings (like instructional videos, online training, interactive tutorials, and more great books) in there too, in case you wanted to show enough educational or professional value to justify getting your parents/boss/spouse/Toa/etc to buy the subscription for you.

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#2 Offline Flintsmith

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Posted Sep 13 2017 - 11:26 PM

Do they expect me to pay $200 this year and $400 next year and each year after that?  


Or is it that I have a year to download a ton of books that I'll be free to use a couple years from now?


 I go to the Maker's Faire  in May every year and there are always TONS of neat books.  I bought two books and found them both very useful.  If they were going to snatch them away next May I'd be sad.



Here's the better one of the two:


Pepakura !

Edited by Flintsmith, Sep 14 2017 - 01:18 AM.

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