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I am a web developer, open source enthusiast and a bit of a geek.

I own my own little consulting company, helping my customers do advanced web sites with Drupal and creating web applications with Node.js.

You can also check out my blog.


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comment What kind of metal/alloy were on the old LEGO 9V train tracks?
Ooh, what colour are the spots? If it's steel, they should be rust-coloured.
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There's a lot of efficiencies from new technologies – more precise, computer powered tools, less labour costs from using robotics for certain tasks – and I don’t think it was the creating of new parts themselves that brought them close to ruin, more the fact that they couldn’t sell them and burned a mountain of cash marketing failed products. Remember Galidor, Clikits?
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comment What kind of metal/alloy were on the old LEGO 9V train tracks?
Both sound plausible – good finds :)
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revised What kind of metal/alloy were on the old LEGO 9V train tracks?
Oh yes, I forgot…
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asked What kind of metal/alloy were on the old LEGO 9V train tracks?