Ha! Google Profiles is offering free business cards:
Kinda wish it didn’t have the profile URL at the bottom. Then it would feel like a more honest representation of what people actually do in to check each other out in 2009.
Maybe the profile URL is just to make sure you’ve found the right girl or guy?
Not sure about that search font either… looks a little 1994.
The task set before all modern men and women: Own the #1-3 search results (at least) for your name.
Obviously more difficult if your name is Michael Smith. Or Steven Spielberg (“Steven MURRAY Spielberg, from Madison, Wisconsin!”).
But barring those cases, the Google search results page is the new resume!
That professor at UCSF and the guy who writes those bible guides better watch out! (No links — they would only help their results!)
I’ve been locked in a death match for some time with a drummer named Matt Thompson for #1, which is pretty good considering my name is MATT THOMPSON.
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