Outside of being the best place for using photos and words together for making "tabblos" (web pages), Tabblo lets you:
- have full control of who can view, comment, and share your tabblos
- pool your photos together with other Tabblo members for collaborative tabblo creation
- participate in the Tabblo community with your tabblos, photos, and commentary
- integrate open photo services such as Flickr to avoid having to upload to multiple sites
- publish tabblos to blogs, social networking sites, and other places online
With Tabblo, you can do all of the above entirely inside of your web browser (no downloads required) and with an unprecedented amount of control.
And hopefully, have fun doing it.
Finally, Tabblo lets you order printed versions of your creations in a variety of shapes and sizes for delivery to any US address (international shipping coming soon).
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