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Created byTodd Lehman, Suzanne Rich
Current statusOnline

LUGNET (short for Lego Users Group Network) is one of the largest online Adult Fan of Lego (AFOL) communities.[1] It was founded by Todd Lehman and Suzanne Rich.[2][3]


LUGNET provides a forum for Adult Fans of Lego to discuss Lego-related issues and post about creations using its NNTP, e-mail and web interfaces. LUGNET members can track their sets, build web pages, rate postings and create polls. The website also features a database of Lego sets and provides links to other major Lego sites. The aim of LUGNET is "To enrich the online experience for the LEGO enthusiast in a growing number of new ways". [4][5][6]


  1. ^ Craven, Scott (16 March 2006). "'Blockheads' bond on Internet". The Arizona Republic – via
  2. ^ Carney, Steve (18 January 2001). "Lego Enthusiasts Are Building Connections Online, Brick by Brick". Los Angeles Times.
  3. ^ Kahney, Leander (2 September 2000). "The Michelangelo of Lego". Wired.
  4. ^ Ferrari, Mario; Ferrari, Giulio (December 6, 2001). Building Robots With Lego Mindstorms. Elsevier. pp. 515, 549. ISBN 9780080476285. Retrieved January 28, 2021 – via Google Books.
  5. ^ Clague, Kevin; Agullo, Miguel (February 22, 2003). Lego Software Power Tools With LDraw MLCad and LPub. Syngress. pp. 367–369, 391–392. ISBN 9780080476285. Retrieved January 28, 2021 – via Google Books.
  6. ^ Hatch, Mary Jo; Schultz, Majken (March 11, 2008). Taking Brand Initiative. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. p. 192. ISBN 9780470245361. Retrieved January 28, 2021 – via Google Books.

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