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About Strange New Products

Strange New Products blogs about the weirdest, funniest, inane, and ingenious new products hitting t...

Strange New Products blogs about the weirdest, funniest, inane, and ingenious new products hitting the market. I look for stuff that's either really crass, really funny, really dumb, or really clever.

It could be electronics, could be food, could be software, could be heavy machinery, just about anything.

Where do I find this stuff?

I monitor press releases, watch several e-commerce and manufacturer sites, subscribe to product launch reports, subscribe to lots of catalogs, and I even find stuff just surfing aimlessly around the Internet.

Some stuff is sent to me from manufacturers.

If you're marketing a new product, and think it fits the bill for this blog, send me the details.

About Steve

I'm a Southern California native. Actually, I was born in Honolulu, Hawaii, but lived here in SoCal for 95% of my life.

I did my growing up in San Diego, Orange County, and some in the San Francisco Bay area. I attended Santa Ana College, majoring in music.

In 2003 I quit working for the man, and started a full time gig working out my house publishing websites. I started a bunch of websites and blogs and did pretty good. In 2005 I incorporated my business into Clear Digital Media, Inc.

When I'm not on the computer, I'm riding my motorcycle. I own a 2004 Yamaha Road Star, and a 2006 Honda ST1300. I ride with the Heatwave RC and you can follow me on my motorcycle blog.

Friends will tell you that I have a warped sense of humor. I'm actually a quiet guy, who spends more time listening than talking. But they'll also tell you that when I say something, it's either really funny, really serious, or really stupid. Never normal.

My skill lies in business analysis. From 1991 to 2003 I worked for various software companies that specialized in healthcare claims processing. I managed their research & development departments, I studied state and federal laws, regulations, and industry practices, relating to claims processing. Then I wrote up software specifications on how healthcare claims should be adjudicated.

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