Business cards're an essential networking tool, but the phrase "Let me give you my card" is so hateful, uttering it ensures no one feels good doing business with you. De-shame your exchange, with DropCard. DC's a free service that uses text messaging to deliver directly into people's email whatever contact details you please, eliminating the fear that your info will be lost/burned. To get set up, plug in your email, phone numbers, address, social network profile names, website and, if you don't mind admitting it's "BallzDeep69", instant messenger name. Then, whenever you meet someone deserving of the goods, type "drop" and their email address into the body of a text message you send to DC's number, and your profile info'll instantly make its way over to their inbox with the subject line "[Your Name Here]'s DropCard" -- so they'll only delete it if they already hate you, or don't know somebody called "Your Name Here". For non-business exchanges, you can also set up a separate profile with personal info; just throw in a "p" at the end of your text to send that one instead of your work details -- because if you're constantly sending girls emails with your extension and job title, no one will feel good doing pleasure with you.