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LUGNET provides a forum for "Adult Fans of Lego" (aka: AFOL) 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". LUGNET is overseen by two administrators.
- General - this is where users announce their creations, talk about issues, review sets, etc.
- Regional - this is where people from the same organizations and areas meet. The main international organizations are the International Lego Train Club Organization, 1000steine.de, Eurobricks.com, and Classic-Castle.com.
- Themes - the themes range from Adventurers to Western.
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- Official website reference
- Official website
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- Kahney, Leander (2 September 2000). "The Michelangelo of Lego". Wired. Retrieved 2009-06-09.
- Guyett, Susan (31 January 2003). "Legos' fascination can last forever". The Indianapolis Star. Retrieved 2009-06-09.
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