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The Lego logic gate arrives

Marc Perton
12.17.04
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We never got much further than building (and quickly knocking down) towers back in our Lego-playing days, but apparently others have fared much better. A U.K. LEGO builder who calls himself The Goldfish recently unveiled a set of logic gates (binary switches used in computer circuits) made out of Legos. We're impressed, but have to admit that, for sheer scale, we think Eric Harshbarger's seven-foot-tall working LEGO grandfather clock has him beat.

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