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DIY Lego router the perfect compliment to your Bristle Blocks firewall


Is there anything you can't do with Lego brand toy building bricks? Probably -- but we're not here to dwell on the negative. In this space, we've seen everything from a USB charger to a 3D scanner built with the things, but if you still haven't had your fix, Luke Anderson (the Lego computer guy) has full on, step-by-step instructions for building an enclosure for your Linksys WRT54GL router. It's stackable, all the buttons, LEDs, and ports are accounted for, and your young child can break a small piece off and choke on it. In other words, it combines the functionality of a router with the charm of your favorite toy! Ready to dive in? We thought so... hit the source link to get started.

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