If you still keep a Rolodex, today is your lucky day: More business cards could be flooding an office near you thanks to a partnership between AOL's About.me and Moo, a printing company based in Rhode Island.
About.me, a personal profile startup that launched back in December and was acquired by AOL only four days later, allows new users to create a basic account in a matter of minutes. It's one place that pulls together your various social media profiles and presents them on a single sleek page with -- what else? -- an "About Me" section custom-tailored to present yourself to friends, family and potential employers. Your Facebook page is too informal; your LinkedIn account too static and professional. "Stick it into your email signature or Twitter bio and you never have to worry about where to send people again," according to the site's introductory video.
Starting today, About.me users can have Moo print 50 free business cards (you still have to pay for shipping costs) using the information in their profiles. "Moo will add your about.me profile, unique url and QR code to your cards," TechCrunch reported this morning. "Users can also upload additional images; edit contact info and more."