Reader Bernard (who admittedly works there) points us to a neat photo-printing service called Flip Clips:
We make flip books from peoples’ digital videos. They’re definitely a retro-techno way to put those digital camera
videos to use. I thought of you guys (at Geekdad) because many of our customers are parents with little kids. The books are a fun reminder of something the kids have done and the kids really like playing with them.
This is the kind of stuff I love on the web these days! Similar to Moo.com, or any of a number of other services for doing interesting things with your pictures and video. Many of them will even cross-load pictures from Flickr, and other sharing sites. I’m getting a bunch of these flip books and sending them to friends and family this year!