Paul Gardner-Stephen, an Australian engineer, has created a detailed tutorial on building your own Bluetooth-enabled shoe. Why? Because the only thing more awesome than talking into empty space is talking to your shoe. In all seriousness, however, he created the first shoe as a prop for a local play. After crafting it, he decided that integrating communication tools into basic and necessary articles of clothing would be an excellent way for medical care workers to stay in touch with elderly patients who might be resistant to altering their routines. While your motivation for putting a Motorola headset into the heel of a pair of engineer boots might only be as noble as winning a bet with your buddy that you can order pizza with your foot, Paul's tutorial will still get you there. What the phone-in-shoe question really begs however is, what other things should such technology be embedded in? Sound off in the comments below and maybe you'll find out you're not alone in somehow seeing tasers and belt buckles entwined in function.