The gang at IKEA Hacker have come up with another esoteric tech hack, this time using a Söt Barnslig soft toy to create a novelty USB drive. You could easily adapt this plan for other soft toys, though you might have to hunt around to get one for less than 95 cents.
Build your own soft toy USB drive
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