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Moo.com to open U.S. operations center

Move will allow the company that makes user-generated business cards to more quickly serve its American customers, a group that makes up half of its sales.

By February 23, 2009


Moo.com takes on the greeting card business

Hoping to leverage the buzz surrounding its business cards, the British company is moving into greeting cards, as well. Photos: Notecards go Moo

By April 17, 2007


Flickr welcomes Tiny Prints to 'Do More' family

Flickr has teamed up with online stationery service Tiny Prints to enable users to make stationery with images in their photostream.

By November 14, 2008


MyPunchbowl gets new look, snazzy invite designer

Party-planning tool MyPunchbowl has a new "design studio" for creating online invitations. It looks startlingly like paper.

By October 7, 2008


Moo ginormousizes its mini cards

Moo gets bigger with full-size business cards.

By June 25, 2008


10 awesome Internet Easter eggs

What are the best hidden Easter eggs on the Web? We count them down.

By June 24, 2008


Moo adds Facebook integration

Want some business cards with your Facebook shots? Moo.com now supports it.

By September 18, 2007


Get ready for Moo Stickers

The makers of Moo cards and notecards now bring you stickers.

By July 19, 2007


Web 2.0 business cards sport photos, avatars

At less than half the size of a normal business card, the Moo card is becoming the "secret handshake" of the Web 2.0 set. Photos: Web 2.0 business cards go Moo

By March 29, 2007


The Flickr MiniCard pickup

The Flickr MiniCard pickup

By October 11, 2006