March 20, 2009

Popular Science: Best of What's New '09

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The good folks at Popular Science have just announced that they've started accepting nominations for their 2009 Best of What's New issue, due out in December. The issue looks at all of the most innovative, useful new items in a number of categories such as home technology, automotive, and personal health.

In order to be considered, your product must have a release date of no earlier than October 1, 2008.The entry fee is currently $300, but goes up to $350 after August 15th. The deadline for entries is August 21.

It's a great issue and one we look forward to. If you have time, it's fun to browse the last few years of winners.

Check out the rules and regulations or submit a product here
Previous winners here: 2008, 2007, 2006

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Posted by Doug Mahoney at March 20, 2009 5:39 AM
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