Foursquare addict, TechStar and general hacker Jonathan Wegener passes out these half-sized business cards with different designs. The Observer has snagged two, but we mean to collect them all.
The Observer's web editor snagged protohacker Kevin Mitnick's card, which doubles as a lockpicking kit, at a recent publishing event. (This was the guy who was once the "most-wanted computer criminal" in the U.S.)
Betaworks. Great name. Great business card. This elegant little half-size card suits the innovative incubator that pops out killer startups and just built its own MakerBot, don't you think?
This is what Alex Godin's glasses look like, which should help you remember him. You probably won't forget though, considering he's a righteous 17-year old hacker-in-training who captivated hearts and minds recently with an inspired PowerPoint at IgniteNYC. The other side identifies him as "Idea Person, Project Guy."
Getting this card from SIFR's CEO made The Observer feel as if we'd just been tapped to join a secret game.
We like Hunch's card, even though it makes us a little angsty. (Should we get a tattoo, Hunch? And uh, what should it be?)
Nightclub manager and General Assembly resident Shawn Kolodny was keeping his new company stealthy when The Observer obtained his business card, so we won't mention what he does.