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Scrapblog launched this morning!

I'm pleased to announce that after years of work, the team at Scrapblog, which I recently joined, has officially launched their awesome service!

From Carlos:

An exciting journey starts today, and you are in the driver’s seat! Scrapblog is live for the entire world. After over two years of hard work, we finally have a version online that is faithful to our vision. That said, what we are launching today is only as far as we could take Scrapblog on our own. Now, it is up to Scrapblog’s growing community to define where we go from here.

Shel pitches in:

Scrapblog works bets when shared with family and friends, and now is the time to start sharing. Anyone is now free to use it and anyone can create whatever they want with it.

And from David, our PR guy:

Whatever the designers and coders came up with, it’s nothing compared with what you, the community, will show us with what you can do with our tools. Go at it and enjoy.

However much work into getting this version out, it's just the beginning. Over the next few weeks and months, we'll be stabilizing the new version and ensuring our content delivery network is robust; we'll be adding new features to the Builder; we'll be creating and getting new themes; and we'll be improving the functionality on the site, to make it more social. We hope you'll check back with us regularly and most importantly, tell us what we're doing right and what could be done better. Our feedback email is feedback[at]scrapblog[dot]com


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April 2, 2007 in Starting up, Web/Tech | Permalink


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Congratulations :-) and best luck, this webapp looks awsome!

Posted by: Fabrice Epelboin | Apr 12, 2007 10:46:06 AM

scrapblog is stunning ! i'm addicted in complete 2 mins.


Posted by: Kalyan | May 3, 2007 12:08:52 PM

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