How Lego taught the world to innovate

09/30/2013 | Medium

Innovations like Facebook don't come out of nowhere -- they're the end-product of a chain of experiences in which individuals learn the value of creativity and experimentation, writes Kyle Ryan. For many of today's innovators, Ryan argues, playing with Lego bricks was the first link in that chain. "Few innovations would have occurred if it was not for early childhood education and curiosity instituted by Lego," he writes.

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