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Old 02-28-2008, 12:32 AM   #1
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Default Made my own Lego flash drive

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I saw something like this on the internet and decided I wanted one.

I went out and found a small USB flash drive and took an Xacto knife and cut the circuit board out and hallowed out a Lego, and after some careful cutting I had a sweet Flash Drive.
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Old 02-28-2008, 01:54 AM   #2
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Default Re: Made my own Lego flash drive

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Damn it, Borski...

Just playin'.. That's actually pretty cool. I keep my flash drive in my pocket with me all the time. Probably because it has a copy of my thesis on it, which I've been slaving over...

Speaking of which.. since you have so much free time...
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Old 02-28-2008, 09:08 PM   #3
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Sigh...

Damn it, Borski...

Just playin'.. That's actually pretty cool. I keep my flash drive in my pocket with me all the time. Probably because it has a copy of my thesis on it, which I've been slaving over...

Speaking of which.. since you have so much free time...
Haha - I wish I had more free time, I did this to lower my stress and get my mind off of other things in the little about of free time i did have, it only took about an hour.
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I suppose you havn't had a flash drive go bad on you yet, since you have your thesis on it. Be careful I have had them go boobies up 3 times.

BTW nice LEGO drive
Thank you for the advice, NC. I have it saved a few places. Including one copy on the network at SVC. I had the copy that was saved to my hard drive become corrupt and luckily had a saved copy in my e-mail and only lost about 4 or 5 pages. Now I have it saved EVERYWHERE.

Check your harddrive, I think I saved one with your family pictures to Tahiti.
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Haha - I wish I had more free time, I did this to lower my stress and get my mind off of other things in the little about of free time i did have, it only took about an hour.
Hey, man, its the little things. As I become a "big boy," I'm learning this to be more and more true...
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nice key chain... very nice
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I went out and found a small USB flash drive and took an Xacto knife and cut the circuit board out and hallowed out a Lego, and after some careful cutting I had a sweet Flash Drive.
LOL! That is hysterical Borski! ......And VERY nice key chain.
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