In another sign social media has made people awful, Klout has recently updated its iPhone app so that users can now create a “Klout Card,” which is supported by the new iPhone Passbook app. The Klout card, which users can pull up through Passbook, will show the person’s name, photo and their social media power. It’s meant to be an easy way for people to redeem Klout perks. Oy. I don’t know about you, but the thought of people flashing their Klout cards makes me kind of nauseous. But if you are unsure of what to do, here is a handy flowchart to help you decide if you should have a Klout card or not.
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