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About ten years ago when Scrapbooking became popular, I was envious of the people that spent dedicated time snipping and gluing to create beautiful collections of their loved ones’ lives. I did not have the patience to sit and do that. (The proof is the empty scrapbook in my hall closet with stacks of pictures waiting next to it).
By that time, many people were already on the Internet. I told a few of my friends that I could be a little more enthused if the whole scrapbooking thing could be digital — Somehow on a disc so I could save space and not have to keep a big, klunky book. It would be great to view it all on a computer.
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