Three words: Desktop Jellyfish Tank. String them together, long and soft, murmur them in a baby's ear, use them to woo a lover, or score free drinks from a friend. They might even have the power to stop wars, we dare say, especially if you pony up with the actual product. You will likely want your own (we do), if the 350 backers who have donated $106,950 to Alex Andon -- the 27-year-old Park Slope native who came up with the idea -- via Kickstarter are any indication. Andon, who also has the website JellyFishArt.com, put up the page with a goal of reaching $3,000. Demand has been greater than expected. The people have spoken, and the people want desktop jellyfish tanks! We talked to Andon about the success of his idea, and the possibility that we may someday own our own. Also, did we say he's from Brooklyn?