Scrapblog gives preview to a powerful online media experience

Scrapblog just announced their next rev of their website. I had the privilege to view some of the demos of this product at the WeMedia conference in Miami recently and it is just amazing.

They’ve created a 5 minute tour that shows how this user experience just blows away most web applications out there.

It integrates images, scrapbook features, text, music and videos with various ways to share it within myspace, flickr, or blog.

Techcrunch has this very interesting live demonstration, which I’ve also embedded below (warning: music)



  • This is really cool. If only everything was this easy (Im assuming its easy from the demo), like building a car and a house. WAIT! It already is. =)

    I didn’t see or look into the site much further than the demo, but can I actually have the scrapbook made?

    -Chris

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