Geektastic: I prefer a decent business card.
Avoid cheap mass market print houses - handing over bad design printed on flimsy stock makes you look as cheap as a shiny suit, a non Apple mobile (surprised) and bad shoes.

I have been very happy with Moo.com for business cards. They have some really good templates if you want to do it on your own, and also accept print ready files if you had a designer make your card. Have been having good experience with their support department, as well as with the quality of the paper and print they deliver.

I use the excellent CamCard to shoot cards given to me. It quickly runs OCR on them and adds them to my Contacts.

Thats a good tip. Have downloaded it now and will be trying it at first chance :)

I used Red Road last time - very nice work.