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Ever wish you could really crank your home theater system without bothering the neighbors? The answer is little balls, and a bonus is making electricity.
To add a little music to his wood shop, Anderson considered buying a set of protective MP3-compatible headphones before committing to make a better pair himself...for less than $40.
Ian Anderson crafted his own set of headphones to keep the noise out.
It's a big problem, and truly effective soundproofing solu-tions are expensive. Even so, here are a few cheap and easy ways to minimize sound "leakage."
On today's show, we're totally hoping the music industry will finally catch up to reality, or at least the year 2010. Or the "tensies," as we're now calling them. Forever. Spotify is under pressure to just launch, already, but this time it's from their investors. Also, is "Farmville" on the decline because Facebook users are just narcissistic quiz-takers? --Molly
Pizza Express is fitting iPod docks in tables -- let's hope your taste in music doesn't put anyone off their dinner.
At CES Motorola shows a successful demo of its new CrystalTalk Plus.
Next version includes new instruments, software, and online competition.
As expected, the eco-friendly building material maker gets millions to start volume production.