Online Scrapbooking Platforms Consolidate: Mixbook Buys Scrapblog

<img src="" class="shot2">The digital scrapbooking space is competitive with Flickr, Apple's iPhoto and other popular photo sharing sites offer

Craft Retail Chain Michaels Buys Digital Scrapbooking Startup ScrapHD

<img src="" class="shot2">Digital scrapbooking is a big business. Companies from Apple to Shutterfly ha

Scrapblog's New App Lets You Make Pretty Scrapbooks From Your Facebook Photos

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Scrapblog Raises Another $2.5 Million For Online Scrapbooking

<img src="" width="180" height="83" /> <a href="">Scrapblog,</a> a startup that lets you build rich Flash-based onlin

Scrapblog's QuickMix Is A Dead Simple Tool To Make Digital Scrapbooks

<img src="" width="215" height="158" /> <a href="">Scrapblog,</a> a startup that lets you build rich Flas

Scrapblog Gets A $4 Million Boost For Online Scrapbooking

<a href=""><img src="" class="shot2" /></a> <a href="">Scrapblog</a>, a startup that l

Glogster – Like Geocities (in a bad way), And In Flash

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 t

The Real Scrapblog is Here… Finally

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 ph

Scrapblog Offline, Preparing Relaunch

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 em

Scrapblog New Release Coming

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 v

Scrapblog brings powerful media layout to the web

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