Monthly Archives: October 2006

9v vs RC – which to buy?

Any questions or feedback recieved through the ILTCO web site ends up in my mailbox. When I receive them I either answer them if I can or forward them on the appropriate person. Yesterday I found the following question in … Continue reading

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Peeron Firefox Extension

This is pretty cool … Dan Boger posted on LUGNET regarding a FirexFox extension he has been working on. It will scan the page for LEGO set numbers and in the background perform queries against the Peeron database. It’s pretty … Continue reading

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Gearing up for the NCLTC Holiday Layout

My motivation to do much of anything LEGO has waned over the past year. There are a whole myriad of reasons (see prior post) which I won’t go into at this point, maybe at some other time. However, I recently … Continue reading

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10173 Holiday Train

The 10173 Holiday Train is now available from LEGO Shop at Home. I first saw this train in April of 2005 when I was asked for feedback on it before it was released. It was originally targeted for release for … Continue reading

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Updating the NCLTC and NCLUG web sites

I have started working on a looooong overdue task, updating the NCLTC and NCLUG web sites. Both were put in place a while ago and based on PostNuke. What I thought would be pretty easy to maintain and contribute to … Continue reading

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