You've just made a friend in line. How do you prefer to exchange contact info?

EihBeirEihBeir Registered User regular
Since there's SO many ways to exist in the interwebs, I was wondering if there was an informal PAX or forum consensus on the best way to quickly exchange contact info? "Best" could be quickest to access, easiest to find, etc.

Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, Steam, XBL, PSN, whatever Nintendo is using now, the PA Forums...? Or is it easiest to just have a notepad and pen on you at all times?

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  • zerzhulzerzhul Registered User, Moderator mod
    Contact cards work super well (think business cards but with gamer info on them).

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  • podunk the mightypodunk the mighty Game Designer TexasRegistered User regular
    Yeah, if you've got a business card that's quick and easy, assuming you don't have any information that's too sensitive on there. Otherwise Facebook or Twitter would probably be most convenient I imagine.

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  • shadowscoutshadowscout Registered User regular
    Related to this I was in target today and they have packs of the little record card things for .49 for a pack of 100 - you could use those for scribbling contact details on and if nothing else those are handy to carry around for writing notes anyway

    EihBeir
  • Nfan10039Nfan10039 Toronto (Seattle bound)Registered User regular
    Printed business cards with my email, Facebook, NNID, and phone number. Pax guides also has a cards section, but don't know fully how it works.

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