Check Out My New “Business Card”

Business cards might be old school, but I still kinda like them.
Smart phones, email and all are great, but there is still no way to share your contact info in less than a second with anyone you meet.
I just put together a quick design on vistaprint.com for a new “business card”.
I put it in quotes because it’s more like a calling card since it really promotes me rather than any specific business.

Fun fact: did you know that people used to “call” on other people by actually visiting their houses. If they showed up and you weren’t home, they’d leave a “calling card” (also known as a visiting card). This was a long time ago. Dinosaurs were also around.

About the Author

Bryan Gmyrek is a full time software developer and lives in sunny Arizona with his beautiful wife, three sons and two golden puppies. He holds a Ph.D. in physics from the University of Arizona based on the particle physics research he did at the world famous DZero Experiment at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory. He has been online since 1993, into cryptocurrencies since 2013, won prizes at three Bitcoin hackathons, and co-organizes the highly technical Blockchain Meetup in Phoenix Arizona for over a year. Many of his videos are popular on YouTube, including his recent SteemIt technical talk. He also blogs about nature photography, dogs, national parks and hiking.

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p.s. I’m having these made in preparation for my upcoming talk at PubCon in Las Vegas, Nevada – I’ll post more on that later 🙂

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