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Moo.com makes business cards from your Facebook Timeline, strangely offers no Like button on its site

Source: http://www.engadget.com/2012/01/05/moo-business-cards-from-your-facebook-timeline/

It’s a new year, which probably means that you’re due for new business cards. And look, your card design from last year is precisely that — so last year. Moo has announced a clever new design, which allows you to “take your Facebook Timeline offline, and hand it out to new friends, contacts and potential clients.” Wildly enough, creating ’em is as easy as tweaking your Timeline. Once you’re ready to roll, just sign in and allow Moo to access your data (cue privacy advocate yelling), check that you spelled your name right and hand over $15 for a stack of 50 cards. Once you receive ’em, you can navigate back to the site and Like its page as a reward… oh, wait.

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Moo.com makes business cards from your Facebook Timeline, strangely offers no Like button on its site

Source: http://www.engadget.com/2012/01/05/moo-business-cards-from-your-facebook-timeline/

It’s a new year, which probably means that you’re due for new business cards. And look, your card design from last year is precisely that — so last year. Moo has announced a clever new design, which allows you to “take your Facebook Timeline offline, and hand it out to new friends, contacts and potential clients.” Wildly enough, creating ’em is as easy as tweaking your Timeline. Once you’re ready to roll, just sign in and allow Moo to access your data (cue privacy advocate yelling), check that you spelled your name right and hand over $15 for a stack of 50 cards. Once you receive ’em, you can navigate back to the site and Like its page as a reward… oh, wait.

Moo.com makes business cards from your Facebook Timeline, strangely offers no Like button on its site originally appeared on Engadget on Thu, 05 Jan 2012 17:52:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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