This week in Crave: The Legonaut edition

Cartoony laptop bags, Legos in space, and a lost Jim Henson film. These are just a few of our favorites things from Crave this week. Catch up on all the news in our weekly roundup.

Perhaps you, like us, spent the week watching the live feed of the world's longest lab experiment, waiting for the next drop of pitch to fall. If so, you missed out on some pretty groovy stuff. Luckily, we've rounded up this week's top Crave stories for you to enjoy right here.

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• Thanks to the ingenuity of two Canadian teens, Lego has boldly gone where no little plastic man has gone before.

• Do robots have souls? Find out in this recently unearthed short film by Jim Henson from 1963.

• All of a sudden, we feel like taking a trip to Helsinki's airport.

• Now up on the ones and twos, DJ tree rings.

• These laptop bags look like cartoons!

• Speaking of cartoons, here's this week's Low Latency. It's mega-awesome.

• To quote Whitney Houston, I believe the children are our future.

• Khaaaan! Trekkie forced to sink Voyager-themed flat.

• CNET Reviews Editor in Chief Lindsey Turrentine found this piece of computer history in her grandfather's barn. We've come a long way, baby.

• Do you like the new Facebook Timeline? Either way, you should probably get used to it.

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