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Moo is a site that allows you to purchase “mini cards” and other assorted cool items. The feature that has everyone buzzing is that it integrates with flickr. You can simply authorize the site to use your flickr photos, then select 100 photos, and each card you recieve will be different. You can also upload pictures and repeat them, which is what I did. The site has a great interface, which is easy to use, even when creating a batch of 100 cards.
I like this company, not just the website. They seem to have caught on to Apple’s policy of paying attention to the customers you already have. To use an example from Kathy Sierra’s Creating Passionate Users, the product you receive has a high attention to detail, and doesn’t have the feeling that they skimped on anything.
I made a photo set on flickr with some shots of the cards, and below is a video of the final product. Enjoy!
James Thomas is a web developer living in Orlando. During the day he can be found building websites for the mouse, and spends most of his evenings working on various projects in a feeble attempt to change the internet.