Any interest in Pinterest? (Read 1018 times)

Prince of Fatness

    Jump on that


    That's a good start.


      Well at least someone here is making relevance to the subject. - S.J.

      Princess Cancer Pants

        I actually have a few male friends on Pinterest.  One is an artist for the Doom video game series (that's pretty much the company he's been at since college...he was a HS classmate of my hubby's and stood up in our wedding).  He posts some of the coolest stuff of any of the people I follow.  Techy stuff, Art, and some retro Nikes and things.

        '17 Goals:

        • Chemo

        • Chemo-Radiation

        • Surgery

        • Return to kicking my own ass by 2018


        She was not strong. She was valiant. Radiant. Brave and broken. The beauty she discovered in the aftermath was unparalleled to anything she had known before, because it had come at such a cost.

        ~ Unknown

          Love it!  Have to admit, I don't find much time to get on it but everytime I do, I find something interesting. 

            Re-posting a friend's facebook re-post about pinterest, 


            Re-posting Chuck Player: If you're using Pinterest read their terms of service. I did, and deleted my account. Basically you're asserting that you have the rights to post whatever you "pin" and granting Coldbrew (Pinterest) the rights to redistribute and/or sell what you post and YOU accept ALL legal responsibility if they get sued as a result.

            Example: You see inspirational picture and "pin" it. Coldbrew sells picture to poster company. Poster company puts it on... well, they're a poster company... where do you think they put it? Photographer of original photo sees poster in store and sends his pack of rabid lawyer-squirrels to poster company. Poster company redirects rabid lawyer-squirrels to Coldbrew. Coldbrew sends them on to you. Rabid lawyer-squirrels eat your naughty bits for lunch.

            Disclaimer: Not actual legal advice.