In 2010, Hashable launched its information-sharing app with the goal of replacing paper business cards. Today, as I wait for two new packs of Moo business cards to arrive at my door, Hashable has announced that they’ll be shutting down their service.
Paper cards for the win.
Sure, there are still tons of other mobile apps aimed at doing the same thing.
I just don’t think any of them will succeed.
As an eco-conscious person there’s something attractive about electronic alternatives. But I can’t help but appreciate the never-ending bastion of creativity that surrounds the real thing.
Seems like I’m not alone.