A Macintosh disk file that holds frequently used text and graphics objects, such as a company letterhead. Contrast with "clipboard," which is reserved memory that holds data only for the current session.
While scrapbooking was widely acknowledged as a popular practice and was supported by a large commercial apparatus throughout the 19th century, powerful critical accounts of scrapbooking tended to devalue scrapbooks as the "trifling" hobby of women and children.
Plenty of books have hit the market covering all aspects of scrapbooking, the new popular hobby of building a family memory book--but Susan Pickering Rothamel's Encyclopedia Of Scrapbooking Tools & Techniques is about the only reference you really need if you're an avid scrapbook maker.
Scrapbooking enthusiasts can bring photographs and scrapbook pages to be scanned, restored, edited, copied and printed in a variety of sizes and finishes, including 8" x 8" and even borderless 12" x 12".