Remember when a calling card had only a name on it? Nothing else? Then came business cards and the information a card had to carry proliferated to keep up with the growing number of ways by which we attempt to communicate with each other.
Now we can return to the past, because anyone who really wants to find us can. I grant that this is easier for me than it is for some: googling me produces only two Dana Kadisons in this world, and one of them clearly is not I. Thus, it is easy for me to use this cunningly “deconstructed” card which Earl Kallemeyn presented to me not long ago.