Any Lego lover in the market for a new computer would want a system that stacks together into a compact brick. Even better, one whose case is made entirely of Lego. Rejoice, nerds, Total Geekdom’s Mike Schropp has heard your silent plea.
Distributed, crowd-sourced computing platforms—doesn't matter if it's Indigogo or SETI@home—are only as useful as the individual systems connected to them. And for IBM's World Community Grid, a single system can do a lot, especially when it's a purpose-built 4.5GHz calculation-crushing super computer.
Turning an old iMac into an aquarium is easy; the monitor is already hollow and lifeless, so there's really no risk of ruining it. Mike Schropp over at TotalGeekdom has taken the flora/fauna desktop mod a step further, actually modifying his own working PC to grow wheatgrass from atop its tower.
Be gone with your primary colored Lego PC mods! Mike Schropp's folding Lego PC would have a touch of the dark side to it, if it weren't for the fact he's using it for his medical research.