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BrickLi.me – it’s like Facebook for LEGO fans!

Can’t live without Facebook? Or can’t stand it? Whether you love or hate online social networks, they seem to have established themselves as permanent fixtures in our culture – for better or worse. 😉

If you love Facebook or other social networks, you would be very happy to know that there is a new social site just for LEGO fans! Yep! You heard that right! It looks, feels and operates very much like Facebook, but it is all about LEGO!

The site’s name is BrickLi.me (that’s pronounced as “brick lime”), and it was created by the guys over at TheBrickShow.

If you don’t like social networks, but you do like LEGO, you may still want to check out BrickLi.me, and find that interacting with other LEGO fans can be a very rewarding experience. Especially if you don’t have LEGO clubs or events in your area.

Through BrickLi.me you can hook up with fellow LEGO enthusiasts, create or join Groups that share the same LEGO niche, upload your photos and videos, read or write Forum and Blog posts, chat, or just quietly hang out and see what everyone else is talking about. 😀

BrickLi.me is for LEGO fans ages 13 and up, so if you have younglings, they may also find this a fun and safe place to hang out. (Please note that the creators of the site take the safety and privacy of BrickLi.me members very seriously.)

BrickLi.me is still very new, so time will tell how popular and useful it is going to be for the LEGO community. Personally, I see great potential to have a place to share our passion for LEGO, ask questions, announce events and make friends.

Also, if you are a BrickLink seller, or have some other LEGO related site or store; you can promote yourself to a very targeted audience. But please take into consideration that no spamming is allowed. BrickLi.me is meant to be a fun place for LEGO fans to share and interact, not to be bombarded with ads. But you can certainly mention if you have something valuable to offer to fellow LEGO enthusiasts. 😉

UPDATE: BrickLi.me is no longer active and has been taken offline. It was too much work to moderate for founders of TheBrickShow. 😥

{ 4 comments… add one }
  • admin March 4, 2011, 6:20 PM

    UPDATE: Jason put up a video at TheBrickShow, introducing BrickLi.me. Check it out!

  • legofan March 4, 2011, 9:32 PM

    this is a cool site! i just registered! hope it will be fun!

    • admin April 6, 2011, 10:10 PM

      So far Brickli.me has been fun. There are some nice blog posts and discussions going on. 🙂

  • FrenchToast May 4, 2011, 9:06 PM

    Is Bricklime safe for younger kids? You say 13 and up, bit is it safe for browsing for younger kids? My son likes to look at other people’s lego builds for inspiration.

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