A new startup that builds off of the organizational functionality of Twitter hashtags wants you to imagine a world where cluttered drawers of business cards are a thing of the past.

A new start-up out of New York City wants you to imagine a world where cluttered drawers of business cards are a thing of the past. Hashable is a networking service that builds off of the organizational functionality of Twitter hashtags. It uses hashtags as a method of facilitating introductions and growing relationships. Different tags are used to serve as reminders of how connections took place to keep acquaintances fresh on how they know each other. Some example hashtags could be #lunch, #convention or #demo.

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