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Here are some experiments I've tried
(They seemed like good ideas at the time)

Freelancing (2017)
Sure, I'm good at stuff, why not sell my extra capacity on the open market? Because it's a commodity market.
Rating: Two out of four salutes
Dunbar (2015)
This was to be a mobile app that helped maintain your 150 closest relationships. It got some traction, but I didn't like it.
Rating: Three out of four salutes
Managemetrics (2014)
This was a light-weight project management and reporting system based on OKRs and management reports.
Rating: Two of four salutes
Dental Payment Assistant (2013)
This was a tool to help dentists educate and assist their customers in maximizing their dental benefit.
Rating: One and a half salutes
Dental Facebook (2013)
This was a subscription service that would help dentists easily engage their patients on Facebook.
Rating: Zero out of four salutes
Apocalypse Countdown (2012)
This was a mobile app and site that took a light-hearted look at the 2012 end of the world.
Rating: Three out of four salutes
Peloton (2012)
This was a planned ingestable that would speed recovery for amateur bike racers and hobbyists.
Rating: Zero out of four salutes
Hydrowire (2009)
This was a planned cable wakeboarding park on 21st street pond in Ogden, Utah. How could that NOT work?
Rating: One out of four salutes
Electron Bridge (2005)
This was a service that allowed for live line maintenance of high-voltage power lines.
Rating: Two out of four salutes
Skateshoes (2002)
These were shoes with retractable, flexible inline skates. Because, wouldn't that be just so cool?
Rating: Zero out of four salutes