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USB Business Card

Ramiro Veredas created this awesome USB business card to give out to potential employers.

+1 kudos to him for documenting this unique approach to job hunting, given the cutthroat economic climate.

Please note: Mr. Veredas’ project has proven so popular that his hosting has gone offline a number of times. If the link doesn’t seem to work, try it again later.


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3 Comments

  1. Wow, that’s an awesome idea 🙂 But the link doesn’t work?

  2. @ajcc: yes, the link does work. bear in mind, however, that it points to a mirror of the original page, which was lost when the site first crashed.

  3. Well, archive.org doesn’t have the site, and we all are bombarding that poor server. But this is cool, indeed. If someone saw this, a comment on the specs would be nice…

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