Do you recall those fancy business cards that took a design cue straight out of your adored Facebook Timeline? Well, the company behind such neat idea is now working on bringing cards equipped with NFC technology, which will allow folks to add things like email address, URLs and even pinpoint locations for easy access via any maps application. Of course, most of this information can already be shared using typical business cards, but one of the biggest pros with the Near Field Communication method will be the ability to change this info at any given time without having to purchase a whole new set. Moo plans on having the NFC-ready cards available to the masses by 2013 — that said, the startup’s currently running a beta program where it will allow 150,000 lucky folks get a complimentary card with their order of a traditional sheet. There’s a video demo down below for you to check out, and you should probably act fast if you’re looking to get one for yourself ahead of the extensive rollout.
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