daily bizcard 4: loic le meur

Today’s Daily Bizcard goes to Loic Le Meur. [You can buy the print here etc.]

Loic and I first met circa 2004, back when he lived in Paris and I lived over the Channel in England (He’s now based in San Francisco). We’ve been good friends ever since.

Loic is a bit of a bad-ass Web 2.0 entrepreneur. The guy behind the web client, Seesmic.com. Before that he was an investor in companies like Six Apart and other high-profile Web 2.0 companies. He and his wife, Geraldine (one very cool lady) also organize the annual Le Web conference in Paris every December.

Loic, like me, is one helluva busy guy, so I’m guessing, like me, he’ll be tired all the time. So I designed this card for him. Voila!

The Daily Bizcard archive is here etc.]

[Loic, please send me an e-mail at gapingvoid@gmail.com with the details you want to see on the back of the card, and I'll send a free batch of 100 to you. Thanks!]

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