Cut a usb cable so all you have left is the USB plug and about 4 inches of cable. Then strip the outer coating off the end of the cable so the inner wires hang out. Use a dremel to cut the rubber on th plug right along the seam about 75% of the way to the back. Then pull it open and cut the normal usb plug out and remove. Glue the pico in place, then glue the rubber back together. It looks like you hacked the end off a usb cable and left it in the laptop.
For added effect, shave some of the plastic off the bottom of the pico's usb plug then transplant the metal from the original plug to it.
I made one about a year ago but it fell out of my pocket at school.
Originally Posted by alvino
Computer went kaput today. Using backup laptop right now. Goddamn this PowerBook is slow as hell. Skype actually uses full resources on this thing.
Can't be as slow as this Frankenstein one I made.
Its 233 MHz IIRC.