SAP executive Thomas Langenbach allegedly resold the Lego sets on eBay out of his $2 million, Lego-filled home.
In today’s lunchtime links: An inspirational football player gets a job, a Texan with a thing for electric fences campaigns for a new one and TIME investigates the end of the unpaid internship.
After years of catering to boys, the famous Danish toymaker is now trying to court the other 50% of the world’s children.
Talk about a blockbuster. (Sorry.)
It doesn’t matter that it’s an eight-foot-tall Lego man that washed up a beach one day. All lost-and-found property is treated equally in Sarasota, Fla.
While the sight of a beached whale is a sad but fairly common occurrence, the sight of a giant Lego man washed up on the beach is something to put on YouTube.
Monday’s links feature high art and low comedy. And we love both equally.
Today’s links highlight news and technology that are both eye-opening and delicious.
Innovative and unique ideas take center stage in today’s links.
Need a change from the dribbling and dunking? Tired of the talk of free throws and field goals? See the pivotal moments in March Madness history reenacted in pint-sized fashion.
The Best Picture nominees have never looked so colorful – though a little blocky.
Today’s links are gorging on high-calorie food, playing with Legos and wasting precious minutes of the day.