"Your neck bone's connected to your cellphone"

That was just too precious, in this New Scientist story about research into making your skeleton a sound-transmitting data bus:

Bone is known to be a great conductor of sound, but so far it has only been used to transmit analogue signals in applications such as checking how bone is healing after a fracture, and in hearing aids that transmit sound from outside the skull to the auditory nerve.
To see if bone could transmit digital signals over longer distances - to a headset, say, from a sensor worn on the wrist - the team applied a small vibrator to various parts of the body....
...They found the skeleton conducted even low-power vibrations from one location to another with surprisingly few errors. "This is quite amazing because all the links involved multiple bones and many joints," [Lin] Zhong told a conference on body networks in Florence, Italy, this week.

They go on to suggest that data could be transferred between "body networks" by a firm handshake. Well, I suppose some data already are...