daily bizcard 08: chris brogan

Today’s “Daily Bizcard”, “God Created” goes to Web 2.0 guru, Chris Brogan.

Chris is in that enviable position of not only “totally getting” social media, he also makes A LOT of money helping other people do the same. He’s a bit of a rock star/poster-child success story in this space.

Chris prides himself on being very open and accessible, which he is, in what we both believe to be a very democratic form of media. That being said, human beings can only scale so much, so you don’t want to start taking it and yourself TOO seriously. This card plays around with that.

[The Daily Bizcard archive is here etc.]

[Commission Hugh]

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

Comments

  1. Waiting for the print series of these….this one in particular! Big size, smaller series size, and, hell, a frame with one of each business card in the series in it (or maybe a wee bit larger, e.g. 4×6)

  2. You make me laugh… Gracias hermano!

  3. you always give me inspiration!
    i think you know what men are.

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