Some of you may not have heard, but my original idea for this project was to create a Reassembler-type vlog where I assemble a Lego Technic Race Kart (#freeplugparty) whilst talking you through it. The idea was to show what it is really like to build something of moderate complexity, and possibly impart some interest unto you. When I watch James May put random shit together (I have attached an episode for your viewing pleasure), I find myself getting unusually excited when he is putting on the finishing touches. As someone who builds models, I can totally relate to him because I feel the same sensation when I put that last piece on a Gundam. The satisfaction is biblical. Naturally, I would hope that you would feel the same. You waste 30 minutes of your life watching some sweaty fat guy put together a children’s toy, so naturally you would want to see it through to the end. Alas, while the idea sounded good on paper (to me anyway), execution was impossible. I did not have the requisite equipment nor did I have any editing know-how. It took me about six hours to assemble the 345 pieces of the go kart, and frankly I do not see how I could edit that down to 30 minutes. So, in lieu of a vlog, I will decide to play to my strengths and create a visual presentation of some sort. The jury is still out on whether this will be a PowerPoint or a Prezi, but I am leaning towards the latter. By the way, the video I have included is one of my favorite episodes of The Reassembler. The entire run time is devoted to the reconstruction of an old-as-shit telephone. I STRONGLY dema…encourage you to watch it. Watch it for entertainment or, you know, an insomnia cure.