Thursday, 18 October 2012

Shaped Business Cards

Shaped Business Cards

A bootable business card (BBC) is a CD-ROM that has been cut, pressed, or molded to the size and shape of a business card (designed to fit in a wallet or pocket). Alternative names for this form factor include "credit card," "hockey rink," and "wallet-size". The cards are designed to hold about 50 MB. The CD-ROM business cards are generally used for commercial product demos, are mailed to prospective customers, and are given away at trade shows.
Although the term "bootable business card" could be applied to any bootable CD-ROM in the business card form factor, it almost always refers one which contains a compact Linux distribution generally containing a suite of system diagnostic and rescue tools and/or demos of specific packages.

 Shaped Business Cards

 Shaped Business Cards

 Shaped Business Cards

 Shaped Business Cards

 Shaped Business Cards

 Shaped Business Cards

 Shaped Business Cards

 Shaped Business Cards

 Shaped Business Cards

 Shaped Business Cards

 Shaped Business Cards

 Shaped Business Cards

 Shaped Business Cards

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