I mentioned when I returned from SXSW that I had learned about Scrapblog while I was there. I had this total fangirl moment when I met Hugh MacLeod, and after I settled down I then spoke with Alex and he explained to me somewhat how it all worked. Of course, it didn’t make sense until I saw it. Now there are some coming online, such as the Friendly Gnome (I’m a sucker for a cute gnome), and many others.
I’m really curious to see more about all the options available to the end user. Alex told me at SXSW that you use your photos from Flickr, and you can make “scrapbook” like pages from them – like the one of his. It appears that the notes from Flickr move over too.
I wonder if you can restrict who post your scrapblog to their site, or if they are open for anyone to use like YouTube? Because I don’t allow people to take my photos off of Flickr, and if I made a layout of photos to share online, I am not sure I would want other people displaying them on their blogs. I guess that is the main thing that I can see so far that people need to be aware of if anyone can use them; you need to proceed knowing that fact.
From what I have seen so far, it looks really interesting. I can’t wait for it to be open so I can test it out further!