A man has created a magnetic iPod attachment within his own body. Dave Hurban, a 21-year-old professional body piercer from New Jersey, implanted four metal studs into his wrist and used them to secure his iPod to his body magnetically. “I just invented the strapless watch,” Hurban said, showing off his iPod which was set to display the clock graphic. Hurban says he mapped out the four corners of his iPod on his arm, and then put four titanium studs into his skin. Once that had healed he placed his iPod over it, letting it sit there magnetically. He has posted a video of how to do it on YouTube. No word on what he plans to do if he ends up replacing his current iPod with a different-sized one.