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211me's "virtual business cards": For anyone tired of having their wallet or purse overstuffed with business cards, 211me's paperless business cards could be just the ticket. 211me, which describes itself as a "mobile mash-up company," lets users generate their own cards, flyers and promotions designed specifically for mobile phones. Thus, companies can create digital business cards for their employees or can design promotions that can be sent electronically to any mobile phone in the US. Any flyers and business cards can also be shared on social networking sites such as Facebook and Friendster, the company says. Users can design their own content by uploading their photos onto 211me's Web site (http://211me.com/CardEditorPage.aspx), where they can then choose from a wide variety of backgrounds and text styles.

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