Legos were a fundamental part of my childhood and I am sure many others’ as well. That said, it shouldn’t come as any surprise that I found LegoClick intriguing. While it is, at its core, a social network, Lego has taken great strides to integrate its effort into other SM tools.
This new community comes complete with its own hashtag (#Legoclick) and YouTube videos, encourages interaction through Flickr and showcases user photos of some impressive Lego creations. The question is, is this enough to keep adults engaged?
I raise the question of adults, because LegoClick is intended to be a community of inventors. Mashable reports it is a community to share visions about new products and toys. So, are Legos destined to become the new water cooler buzz and lunch hour stress buster? Continue reading