Bowling Ball Flash Drive

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Worried about the prospect of losing his flash drive in a world of ever-shrinking electronics, Chris Spurge permanently mounted his flash drive into a sixteen-pound bowling ball.

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I can see the new trend now - flash drives stuck into Foreman grills, Karate trophies and old Pintos. The future is a beautiful place.

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I'm so ready to stick a USB connector on my car right now.

I guess the really cool trick would be to embed a real drive in there too.

Sandisk makes an SD memory card that doubles as a flash drive. That's pretty flat and can be soldered to to extend the connections to a standard plug, and as long as you don't lose the cap you could protect it from the weather...

Seriously, one advantage of putting them in something so huge is that they won't get lost or stolen easily.

You know, like the rest room keys at the service station.

(Imagines a big, bulky old-style print copy of "Moby Dick" with a USB cable bookmark ribbon and all known media versions on a drive build into it's spine.)