Hewlett-Packard wants you to print as many digital photos and other content from the Web as possible. To that end, it bought Boston-based startup Tabblo last spring because of the software it developed to ingest any Web content on one end and spit it out in printable form on the other. Today, Tabblo announced a bunch of deals it's been working on since it was acquired, including partnerships with Disney, Flickr, Windows Live Space, and the Graffiti Application for Facebook.
With Flickr, for instance, you can use Tabblo to create albums, posters, or photo cubes. (Flickr has a similar deal with Blurb around photo books). Facebook artists proficient at Graffiti, can now print out their creations as posters as well. And 13-year-old fans of Disney pop star Hannah Montana will be able to create concert memento books combining glam shots with their own photos. Tabblo splits the revenues from the $30 books or other printed products with its partners. If you print it yourself, it's free (but HP still wins if you use an HP printer).