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Recommendations for Business Cards?

My son and I are watching American Psycho. It’s a disturbing movie, but the business card scene is my favorite (Huey Lewis is a close second).

I’ve had blog-based business cards for a while, but now that I’ve changed my domain name, I’d like to get something very unique.

Any ideas? Nothing in bone, please.

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    Oh please, whatever you do, don’t use Vista Print again. Let me at least quote you next time, and you’ll probably get your cards sooner.

    I’ll think about something unique for a design.

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    I don’t know much about business cards, but I do know that American Psycho is such a great movie. Especially if you can pick up on all the dark, subtle humor. I love it. One of my all time favs.

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    Another option is a service like TextID–a recently launched novel way to help people communicate with customers, colleagues and friends?WITHOUT paper. TextID allows users to purchase unique text ?domains?, such as their names or businesses that allows them to pass along contact information and messages quickly and conveniently. They can give out their ID, lawn care or Angie for example, and the recipient texts that name to 555411. In just a few moments, they will receive a text back to their phones with contact information and the message the TextID member has chosen, which can also include a pdf file or brochure.

    Obviously the new service has a wide range of applications, from personal to commercial. Whether for realtors looking to get pricing and home information into a potential buyer?s hand while they are out looking for a home, a hip teacher providing up-to-date assignment and test information, a restaurant passing on weekly specials, a club promoter pushing the weekend band, or someone just looking to make the dating scene a bit easier, Text ID works great for a variety of users.

    Check it out at http://www.textid.com

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