Explore the New Lego Studios Database!
By: Andrew Bermudez
(Lego Studios; March 16, 2010)
About one week ago, the motherboard for the studio's database died again. However, instead of putting in another motherboard, the studio's technicians decided to just simply replace the whole system. "Don't worry. We didn't lose any information. Currently, we are putting all of the backed up information onto the new system," said Mark Matthew, head of the board of directors.
Unlike the old system, which was a Windows XP, this new system is a Windows 7, and there is certainly a lot to like about the new computer. Johnathon Parker, scriptwriter-in-training, stated, "It's all so cool. Not only does it run faster with its quad-core processor, but it does other flashy stuff too. I can make virtual sticky notes, edit any of the computer's sound effects, watch TV on my computer, and more. Now, with the studio's new computer, I can goof off when I'm supposed to be doing my job. Oops. Did I say that aloud?"
After the scriptwriter was fired, Mark Matthew mentioned a few of the other features in the computer. "The computer also has 1 terabyte of hard disc space, so we can store a lot of information. It also runs faster with its 8 gigabytes of ram."
Now that the computer fiasco is wrapped up, the filming for the current studio project Johnny Thunder and the Gift of the Nile can resume.