Happiness is a Plastic Brick

The return of the Lego pit at SXSW interactive

Oh, SXSW-Interactive-enormous-pit-of-Lego, how we have missed thee.

The annual building block extravaganza has become one of the high-point stress relievers of the festival (moreso even than free beer at the trade show happy hour or finding a particularly monotonous speaker at a panel to dose through.) Even one noted Texas political reporter (who shall remain nameless, and no, not someone from the Chronicle) was seen happily constructing some kind of multi-headed space ship. Much less stress than covering a voter ID bill in the Legislature.

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