Pictorial representation of ........

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Hey guys. I'm so desperate, well kinda because nobody answered my question yet to fully satisfy me. I need to make a logo for someone named "Byte Driven". I thought of making the pictorial representation of a byte or bytes on the left side and then adding font to the right of it but i can't come up with an idea on how to create a "byte" image? What would be a good pictorial representation for a computer "byte" or something that goes along those lines. It's really killing me. It's the first time my brain is emptied like that. Any help from you guys??
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why not try to use some 1s and 0s?
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I was thinkin of that. But then i thought i can't just type a random 1 or 0 all around. I have to do it withing some shape or something. I don't know, right now clueless. If anyone else sees it please help.
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Can someone reply please. I'm counting on you to brighten me up.
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I dont know how you would work it in, but you could use a stock image of a stick of RAM.
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that might be one of the options. Anything more???

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