Cool 3D cards from Israeli startup: Snapily

On Friday Snapily‘s founders visited me and showed me a bunch of cool 3D cards. They also made me some new 3D business cards that start conversations everytime I hand one to someone. Here’s the video I filmed of how these things work.

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14 thoughts on “Cool 3D cards from Israeli startup: Snapily

  1. “…visited me, showed me, made me…” scobleizer… it is always about you ain’t it? Gosh you are such a lucky dude…

    so tired of the “so who are you?” arrogant opening line, so lame and self centered.

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  2. “…visited me, showed me, made me…” scobleizer… it is always about you ain’t it? Gosh you are such a lucky dude…

    so tired of the “so who are you?” arrogant opening line, so lame and self centered.

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  3. Mimi: sounds like you need a hug. As for the opening line, there’s a whole reasoning about it. It lets them introduce themselves in the way they want to be introduced. It also guarantees that we’ll hear their name the way THEY say it, not some stupid way I’ll come up with. Finally, it helps get the interview going because it’s a question everyone can answer without thinking.

    But, seriously, why the bitterness? That’s not good for you.

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  4. Mimi: sounds like you need a hug. As for the opening line, there’s a whole reasoning about it. It lets them introduce themselves in the way they want to be introduced. It also guarantees that we’ll hear their name the way THEY say it, not some stupid way I’ll come up with. Finally, it helps get the interview going because it’s a question everyone can answer without thinking.

    But, seriously, why the bitterness? That’s not good for you.

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  5. Ain’t this the same technique that was utilized like 10 years ago on the cd cover of Future Sound of London’s “Accelerator”? At least it looks like very much like it.

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  6. Ain’t this the same technique that was utilized like 10 years ago on the cd cover of Future Sound of London’s “Accelerator”? At least it looks like very much like it.

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