Who are you? What do you do? How can I get in touch with you? What makes you different? All these questions and more can be answered on and with a business card. Business cards tell stories, some good, some bad and some just plain boring. Up until today we did not have a business card. We were forced to scribble information on post it notes, napkins or some other form of disposable paper. In fact, most business cards are disposable and often disposed of. So, the question becomes how to make a card that people want to keep or even collect? Well, we were pointed in the direction of Moo Cards by one of our readers who has helped us on many projects. Moo cards work in conjunction with Flickr and user generated photo sets. I am not sure if Moo cards were truly designed to be business cards as opposed to a social networking tool, though in thinking about it they are one in the same. Moo cards are simple, some would say stark. They are also small, actually half the size of traditional business cards. Yet, the cards contain all the information we would want them to have as well as a distinguishing photograph on the front. When we put our cards together we used 100 pictures to create 100 unique cards. Each card has a cropped almost artistic cut of one of the 100 pictures. That way, when you hand someone your card more than once the odds of being redundant are quite slim. All humor aside, these are some of the most interesting cards I have seen guaranteed to tell our story.