USB flash drives come in many different forms, but some of us prefer to modify one for personal use. Why throw away a perfectly good Chapstick container when one can recycle it into a USB flash drive? MAKE has step-by-step instructions on how to do just that, including a LED light that shines through the bottom when the USB flash drive is plugged. After all, a Chapstick definitely ranks lower on a thief’s wanted items list than a true blue USB flash drive.
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