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The Perfect Computer Geek’s Business Card [Image]

There is nothing quite like an awesome business card that reflects your passions and/or interests…

Have a design of your own that you think would be awesome? Then make sure to share it with your fellow readers in the comments!

Awesome business card is awesome [9GAG]

Akemi Iwaya is a devoted Mozilla Firefox user who enjoys working with multiple browsers and occasionally dabbling with Linux. She also loves reading fantasy and sci-fi stories as well as playing "old school" role-playing games. You can visit her on Twitter and .

  • Published 12/6/11

Comments (20)

  1. David

    I love it!!!!

  2. IrishIT

    Notepade HTML FTW!! :D

  3. edmenje

    It would be even geekier if it were Vi in a terminal window rather than ms notepad

  4. MJ

    That awesome business card is really, really, really awesome!

  5. Jeff

    It’s saved as .txt, yet it contains markup code. Noob.

  6. cee


  7. trm96

    I like it only I would use either a glass (Vista/Windows 7 like) or linux style frame…

  8. severos

    so coooooooooooool really I like,t

  9. indianacarnie

    Yep….. thats great!

  10. Jim Oxenhandler

    Seriously, notepad with syntax highlighting & an html file saved with a .txt extension. This is almost offensive to a true geek!


    I love it

  12. Dano

    Cut your nails Albert!

  13. Jason

    maybe its notepad ++? Who cares the concept is still tight. Like all of you’s are hard core elitist nix users.

  14. Zcalman

    What i can see it’s XML, not HTML.

  15. Peter

    I think it would be Interesting to have a windows 7 window card with some sort of translucent material for the border.

  16. Link

    I know you guys are right about this card not being correct, but whatever. It’s still a pretty cool looking card!

  17. Glenn Morrissey

    Great Card!
    How To be a geek without having to try.

  18. Hopbest

    Great Card!
    I like it too

  19. kevalin

    It catches the attention and tends to be remembered, I’ll bet. In short, “pfffft” to all you spoilsports whining about its geekly imprecision. It’s a great business card.

  20. Doc

    @IrishIT : That’s not HTML, it’s XML :)

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