daily bizcard 049: dan farber

Today’s “Daily Bizcard”, “Business Model” goes to Editor of CNET’s News.com, the veteran  technology journalist, Dan Farber.

The cartoon was originally from a print series I did earlier this year to commemorate SXSW 2010, which I attended. I thought it would make a very groovy business card for anybody working in his space.

I’ve known Dan for a while; we used to appear on The Gillmor Gang together. We’ve hung out a few times in San Francisco; a very cool guy.

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[Commission a drawing from Hugh]

[Every weekday I give away 100 free printed "Daily Bizcards" to people and companies that I admire. If you're in my firing line I will also send you an email from gapingvoidbizcard@gmail.com, to find out what details you want printed on the back. Thanks!]

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