Hey hey hey, I came across a rather interesting headline on BBC News Online (see below)which turned out to be somewhat misleading and it got me thinking - do they deliberately word headlines to suggest a story is 'cooler' than it really is? See what you think (highlight the hidden text to find out what the story is really about), here's a couple I found: Samurai lessons to beat bullying They never taught this when I was school! Oh wait... Children at a Teesside school are being taught the code of the ancient Samurai to help them combat bullies. Year eight pupils at Stockton's Ian Ramsey Church of England School have been studying the history of the Japanese warriors. They are learning about the Samurai's code of conduct based on respect, honesty and personal responsibility. Robots battle for military prize Real-life Transformers? If only... For two weeks during the summer of 2008, an army of autonomous robots will march across the Wiltshire countryside. The machines will compete in the UK Ministry of Defence Grand Challenge, a competition to find new technology to support ground troops in urban areas. Fourteen teams have now been picked as finalists to go head to head in a range of trials next year. Winning designs include a swarm of miniature helicopters and a host of sensor-laden unmanned aerial vehicles. I have too much time on my hands, I know.