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We recently found out about Flip.com: part make-your-own-scrapbook-online, part social networking. You can make your own Flipbooks to share with friends and the rest of the internet, or you can browse through everyone else’s.

We, of course, wanted to “flip” through all the stuff that was celebrity tagged. We found everything from a peak at Mary Kate Olsen‘s feature in Nylon (see a behind the scenes vid here) to my personal favorite of Perez getting a taste of his own medicine. People are using Flip for good, too. You’ll find Darfur Flipbooks, as well as Environment, and more.

Ecorazzi isn’t one to stand by and watch everyone have fun and get out the message, however…so we decided to play around on our own. Check out our Flipbook, which highlights a few recent posts on Ecorazzi. It was fun and easy to create…it definitely got me thinking about how to use this in the future. We love that you can create links directly in the slideshow. The only thing missing…It would be nice to be able to play the show directly here on Ecorazzi. So that’s what we think of this site…what do you think?

Ecorazzi Flipbook…


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