Kickstarter is a site where people can present their ideas and have everyday consumers pledge their monetary support to the project, normally in terms of pre-ordering the final product. The money from these pledges will then be used to realize the project, essentially elimination the risk of bringing something to market by financing the startup with future sales. One of the projects that are currently looking for support is the Klinggon (not to be confused with the alien race from Star Trek), a new take on the old cable clip. It consists of a rubber bit that holds the cable and has a strong neodymium magnet on the back which matches up with a magnetic back part that goes on the other side of your clothes.
Compared to existing crocodile clips the Klinggon can attack to any flat area of clothing, whereas a clip requires an edge to attach to. That means that the Klinggon is especially useful for tight clothing like sports gear, which is incidentally the exact type of clothing in the two example photos on the project page. Magnets like that can easily take some pulling on before losing their hold, so I honestly think this is a solution that could work well. Perhaps not something that everyone would find a use for, but for others it might be invaluable. Pledging $25 (+$15 if shipped internationally) to the project will earn you your own Klinggon once it has been made, and with $11,000 raised out of a funding goal of $15,000 with 31 days to go it’s a pretty safe bet that this one will make it.