The digital scrapbooking space is competitive with Flickr, Apple’s iPhoto and other popular photo sharing sites offering high-end scrap booking options for consumers. Which is why smaller startups are dropping like flies, either heading to the deadpool or via acquisitions. Last year digital scrapbooking startup ScrapHD was bought by craft store chain Michaels. And today, Scrapblog, a startup that… → Read More
Digital scrapbooking is a big business. Companies from Apple to Shutterfly have been offering consumers a way to create pretty digital photobooks and scrapbooks from various pictures and other digital memories (and making a good amount of money in the process). Today, a well-known brick and mortar craft store, Michaels, is buying Chicago-based digital scrapbooking startup ScrapHD. Terms of the… → Read More
With 400 million users, Facebook is seeing 2.5 billion photos uploaded every month. Scrapblog, a startup that allows you to make beautiful Flash-based online scrapbooks, is hoping to help Facebook users make pretty collages of their photos via a new Facebook app, Share the Love.
Scrapblog, a startup that lets you build rich Flash-based online scrapbooks, has raised $2.5 million in series B funding from Disney’s Steamboat Ventures. The startup had previously raised $7.5 million from Longworth Venture Partners and Steamboat Ventures.
Scrapblog offers an online editor that allows users to decorate their scrapbook with text, images, colorful themes, and other… → Read More
Scrapblog, a startup that lets you build rich Flash-based online scrapbooks, is launching a nifty new tool today, called QuickMix, which lets users create personalized scrapbooks in minutes. The launch is coupled with the announcement of Jill Braff as the new CEO and president of Scrapblog.
QuickMix lets users upload photos from a variety of photo sites and applications, including Facebook… → Read More
Scrapblog, a startup that lets you build rich Flash-based online scrapbooks, has closed a $4 million funding round led by Disney’s Steamboat Ventures and Longworth Venture Partners. The round brings Scrapblog’s total funding to $7.5 million.
Scrapblog offers an online editor that allows users to decorate their scrapbook with text, images, colorful themes, and other embellishments, which can… → Read More
Glogster is a new service that lets users create web pages (they call them posters) using Flash elements. Upload photos, songs, text and other stuff, drag it around, and call it a day. You can embed the poster on another website, but its too big for most blogs or social networking sites at 960 pixels wide. You can also add friends, so technically its a social network. It reminds me a lot of… → Read More
Scrapbook maker Scrapblog strutted its stuff at the We Media conference last month, went off the grid, and finally came back online today. Scrapblogs are Flash-based slide shows made up of pages of photo or video layouts you can jazz up with a myriad of designs and effects. Transitions can be added between each page and you can set the mood with some background music as your show plays. You can… → Read More
If you’ve been waiting to see the new Scrapblog, demo’d last month at the We Media Conference in Miami, you only have to wait another day or so. The site is offline, and users have been emailed to expect the new version soon. This application hasn’t twittered yet, but it has a hardcore base of rabid users. That’s always a sign of good things down the road. → Read More
Tomorrow, Scrapblog, a hybrid media-sharing and online journal site, will be demoing the new version of their Flash-based online scrapbook application at the We Media Conference in Miami. The public version of the new product will be out in March. Co-founder Carlos Garcia let me in for a quick look around at the redesign, though, and I liked what I saw. Scrapblog was already a great product. The… → Read More
Scrapblog is presenting at DEMO this week and their new software is a great example of just how much can be done by web based applications. It’s a Flash application that lets users drag and drop photos, video, text and audio onto a background image to build scrapbooks that can be printed as a photo-book, burned to DVD, exported as a photoset to Flickr and soon will be exportable to YouTube… → Read More