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Yahoo buys scrapbook website

Jan 23 2013 08:03

San Francisco - Yahoo confirmed on Tuesday that it bought, a young San Francisco startup that lets people create scrapbooks with pictures, articles, videos and other content found online.

"The team created an innovative technology that lets people share content in a social and fun way," Yahoo vice president of product Mike Kerns said in a statement.

"Reading and sharing content is a core daily habit for most of the world, and we can't wait to work with the team to make that experience even more entertaining for our users."

A message posted at told users it was "joining forces" with Yahoo and that the service was no longer available. A link was provided to a hall of fame honoring top contributors.

"For the past year and a half, we've worked tirelessly as a team to build the best social news platform on the web," said in the message.

"We are thrilled at the opportunity to bring's vision to a larger scale at Yahoo" launched in late 2011 as a place where people could share digital "scrapbooks" based on topics or themes of their choosing.

Financial terms of the acquisition were not disclosed but unconfirmed online reports estimated the figure to be in the vicinity of $15m.

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