Coupland, Douglas
June 1994
New Republic;6/6/94, Vol. 210 Issue 23, p9
Examines the influence of the three-dimensional modeling toy, Lego, on the way children perceive their universe. Manifestation of the influence of the toy on computer engineers who spent their youth steeped in Lego; Comparison of the characteristics of Lego and computers; Description of a universe built under the influence of Lego.


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