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Discussion in 'Community' started by Vader, Feb 19, 2005.
Yeah, I was bored, okay.
then u attach a cord and pull it everywhere u go?
Yeah, I strung the lanyard through one of those legos for holding spears or whatever, and had it handing from my neck for a while.
That's brilliant. Lego is so great.
Nice...but how about just glue a lego to your wrist or forehead or whereever - then you can easely a- and detach the drive
That is a good idea!
Can you make me one out of Duplo? Mum doesn't like me transfering files with Lego drives, I might swallow one of the pieces.
I duplo one would be HUGE!
it would be cool if u made a technics version that motorized itself to dock with a usb hub or something haha
My drive might compliment this computer well!
legos are the bomb, they were probably my favorite toys as a kid, and the most fun still, this makes me want to go out and buy some more and see what i can do with them nowadays
Personally I loved Stickle Bricks rather than lego, I made a Star Trek phaser once (at junior school) which was very realistic(it wouldn't stun anyone though ), they were much easier to make things using your imagination, lego was far too technical what with all those fiddly little blocks and you always ended up not having enough bricks at the end of your grandiose project
I never called them Stickle Bricks, but I looked that up on Google, and wow, I remember those things!
I had them at grandma's house.
I have a cousin that had glued lego pices all around his house when he needed to fix something broken.
Wow, I had no idea they still made stickle bricks. Oh the memories.
Yeah I've been reminiscing about my early days and stickles they were fun just throw 'em together and hey presto! (imagination helps here) a erm thingy, much easier to use than lego though
Lord Vader I fear your assault on Terra has failed
Very nice, very cool, very geekish.
Now instal Linux onto it. GO! linkety to a small linux distro
Yeah, I was reading this thread and thinking, "What the heck are stickle bricks??" then I did the Google search and said "OH!!! I remember those!!"
I thought I had gotten rid of all records of that!
Too bad it is only a 32mb drive!
I have a 128, but I use it a lot for school, so I don't feel safe popping it apart incase it would break.
This is a cool computer made from legos!
Not a mac though, sorry!