daily bizcard 05: jason calacanis

Today’s Daily Bizcard, “Soup” goes to Jason Calacanis.

Web 2.0 serial entrepreneur Jason is one of the smartest people I know. Some people find his manner abrasive, but eh, that’s just his high-energy, take-no-prisoners, no-bullshit way. He’s a real gentleman and a sweetheart if you ever actually spend time around him.

The cartoon is all about cutting corners. It’s a really tempting and easy thing to do, especially when business is slow. The downside is that inevitably people do notice eventually. Of course they do.

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[Jason, 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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