These days, it seems like everyone on the planet has some kind of online presence, via LinkedIn, Facebook, or Twitter (including us, @nbcchicago). Gone are the days of writing letters or sending postcards.
Now, this isn't going to turn into some old Luddite rant. ("Back in my day, you got arrested for writing on someone's wall!") But just because we have new ways of poking, tweeting, or friending each other doesn't mean we should forget our real-world roots.
Greer sells paper products, which might seem like a difficult product to sell in our increasingly paperless society. But this particular paper pusher has found a way to keep up with the modern trends, reports the Wall Street Journal.
Greer's store offers social-network calling cards, printed with old-school letterpress "to facilitate friending, following, liking, fanning, liking, etc." It's high-tech networking with low-tech charm.
Silly, perhaps, but since the Internet is full of goofiness (and cats) might as well bring some of that fun into the "real" world.