When I was younger I struggled with debt racking up credit cards and student loans like no one’s business. I couldn’t ask for sympathy because I was the one to blame for my financial plight. One debt that I’ve been fortunate to avoid is medical debt. For those that have it realize how much of […]
In the high-stakes fight over federal legislation to legalize Internet poker, businesses looking to cash in on online gambling may need a fifth ace to move the bill through this Congress. But Rep. Joe Barton (R-Texas) could be the answer...
The snow is falling and schools and businesses are closed all along the Northeast, which means it's the perfect time to curl up with a cup of tea and your credit card. Tuesday is here, and that means there's anime and manga to buy! The two most important items on my list are the latest volumes of Wandering Son and Knights of Sidonia. Show More Summary
My son Tim Ray has launched his own illusion (card tricks) business. I’m impressed. He’s done lots of card tricks on his college campus, and now raised his profile by working with a local coffee shop to do tricks there – all to attract traffic to convert to sales. Show More Summary
Square Inc. revolutionized how small businesses do their transactions with the introduction of Square Reader, a dongle that connects to a smartphone or tablet via its headphone jack, to allow merchants to accept credit card payments. Though the original device … Continue reading ?
iOS users looking to accept payments on their mobile devices now have another option. Flint has just been updated to version 2.0. The app adds several new and useful features for small businesses, such as the ability to create invoices right in the app. The app also introduces support for Passbook coupons. Merchants can create […]
While Apple’s former hardware chief was busy flattening the company’s iconic software, Apple’s former accessory hardware division leader Jesse Dorogusker was flattening something else entirely. The Square card reader has been an iconic staple for many small businesses for quite some time now. Compared to other card readers on the market, the Square is already […]
You know what season it is -- soon you will actually be getting real snail mail from friends, family and business associates wishing you well this holiday season. If you're on the fence about sending a law firm holiday card, then read on to find out why should send out......
Advertise here with BSA Virtual Business Cards, also referred to as vCards, generally provide the user with the information you might find on a potential clients business card, resume, or cover letter. They also can provide examples of any previous work they may have completed. Show More Summary
Interactive design and branding company 8k in Poland is getting some visibility from its "Pay What You Want" pricing system ($1 minimum) that covers services including logos, slogans, letterheads, business cards, naming and sales letters. Show More Summary
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Nice to meat you. An inventive business card created by the aptly named Meat Card company may hold the keys to your next job. The company is selling laser-etched beef jerky cards on 2-by-4-inch slabs of delicious dried meat. What better...Show More Summary
Forget Bone and Eggshell business cards; anyone who's anyone knows that to make a real impression you need something different, something remarkable, something made from dried animal flesh. That's why Philadelphian meatrepreneur Chris Thompson created Meat Cards, a service that laser etches all your details onto strips of beef jerky. [ more › ]
Pity the paper business card. Once the golden ticket granting access to meetings, networking events and the occasional exclusive party where nobody actually knows you, it’s fast on its way to becoming a quaint relic of the dead-tree era. Show More Summary
When it comes to business cards, it is all about making an impression. Sometimes that means a flashy card with great graphics. Sometimes it means a clever card that lights up or turns into a pop-up…
It’s more than a clever business card—it’s a survival kit! The beef jerky business card may feed you, but it won’t solve basic electronic problems. Saar Drimer’s hand-soldered card has essential electronic components built right in: two resistors, an LED, an NPN MOSFET and a capacitor. Show More Summary
We’ve seen lots of circuit board business cards before, but none quite like this. [Saar] calls it the Engineer’s Emergency Business Card. Since he actually makes a living from making circuit boards, it made sense for him to make a truly functional card. Show More Summary
Why give someone an ordinary old paper business card when you can give them a beef jerky one? Sure most people won't want to hold beef jerky in their wallet and even fewer people will find it useful as actual food, but it sure sendsShow More Summary
There’s been a surge of interest in digital collectible card games and considering how hot free-to-play is now (at least among easily excitable marketing types), why would you not copy the hugely successful business model Magic: The Gathering pioneered, minus the cost of printing physical product? More »
Though slowly becoming antiquated, the business card is still the easiest way to make a great first impression with a new contact. Your choice of design, fonts, even paper says a lot about you. So imagine the impression you’ll leave when you hand someone your contact details laser-etched onto a piece of beef jerky — you’ll soar up that corporate ladder. More »