CallingCubes sit squarely at the nexus of 3D printing and professional networking. But are they too cute a gimmick to live in the cynical modern world?
Moo is bringing the past and future together with its near field communications-enabled business cards.
While Moo.com’s business card business is doing well, the U.K. company is shaking things up with the purchase of digital profiles site Flavors.me.
Vistaprint, an online printing service famous for its free business cards, has completed its acquisition of Webs Inc., a do-it-yourself website building tool.
Professional social network LinkedIn launched a new version of its CardMunch application for the iPhone today, which promises to help you make sense of all the people you meet during networking events.
Like the human appendix, business cards have outlasted their actual usefulness, but they’re somehow still around, piling up and killing trees. Perhaps they have a little more life in them with the help of augmented reality, a fast-growing area that superimposes animation or information on real-life objects in a camera’s viewfinder.