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Categories : AJAX, Business Cards, Cards, Flickr, Flow Interactive, Minicards, Moo, Moo.com, Moocards
A shout out to the folks at Flow Interactive, who built the amazing AJAX interface over at Moo.com [Correction: helped Moo.com test and refine their ideas on the amazing AJAX interface - Thanks Stef.], who are quoting me in their Moo Print Case Study.
“Moo.com is awesome – where have you been all my Flickr’d life?”
Knowledge is everywhere
You should all know by now, I love Moo. The AJAX interface on Moo.com is fantastic, if you have yet to use it, what are you waiting for? I have now bought several packs of Moo MiniCards, and everyone who sees em wants em. I can’t believe they released the new MiniCard holders the day after my last order. That’s on my next shopping list, along with stickers. Now if only Moo did non-paper stuff too. [A shout out to the folks who did build Moo.com, love your work!]
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Categories : 10 Card Sample, Australia, Business Cards, Cards, Flickr, Flickr Pro, Limited Edition 10 Pack, London, Minicards, Moo, Moo.com, Moocards, scienta-archive1-50
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15 days from the creation of Mooey goodness in London, across the sea to Australia.
24th of September – I received my order confirmation email (from the Mini MOO robot)
2nd of October – My MooCards were dispatched
9th of October – My MooCards arrived in my mailbox
These are the hardest things to take a photo of. Money added to give some perspective.
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Categories : Business Cards, Cards, Contacts, Flickr, Free International Shipping, Minicards, Moo, Moo.com, Networking, scienta-archive1-50
If you’re about to buy new business cards, stop right now and head over to Moo.com
If you’re not looking for new cards, but you’re a Pro Flickr user, head over anyway, for a 10 card free sample with FREE INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING (everyone say yeah!).
Moo, we love you already, with your shipping to Hong Kong and Australia, and hope you don’t collapse under the global demand.
Now if only I could print other people’s (much cooler) photos…. like Richard Giles Flickr Mastr