- Speaking of listening in on calls, have you eavesdropped on your co-workers today? If not, you may want to while you still can. Engineers are working on a way to mask conversations with white noise.
- In today's "duh" news, a cardiologist has found that music is a de-stressor and good for your heart. Not a surprise, but now we know how it works -- blood vessels open up and release chemicals that protect the heart. Also, hearing the same song over and over apparently diminishes its positive effects on your body.
- A four-foot jellyfish made a big splash when it washed ashore, puzzling nearby Brits and herons. Check out the photo.
- Chicken may be yummy, but what do we do with all the feathers? So far we've been dumping them -- an annual 11 billion pounds! -- in landfills, or feeding them to other livestock, but now a better option is in the works. Researchers want to turn feathers into wool-like fiber to make clothes.