Hi Susan .. I haven't tried Pinterist - and I'm not sure I would ... especially having read about the copyright aspects re photos etc .. and it's photo/image oriented and I'm not really that knowledgeable in that area ... Good luck with it though -Happy Christmas and here's to a very happy 2013 - cheers Hilary
Susan, thanks for the link. I've been using Pinterest for several months, and I find it a great tool for organizing information. They now offer two locked boards where you can store information privately.Wishing you a very blessed Christmas!Jean
I haven't, no. I'm barely keeping afloat as it is, but I know people love it. Maybe one of these days...Sigh.Merry Christmas!
Jean does have some great tips for Pinterest. I keep meaning to visit Pinterest because of her advice. Thanks for the reminder! :)Blessings,Karen
Hi Hilary - Hmm, I'll have to check out that aspect before I dive in.Hi Jean - You're welcome. Can you comment on Hilary's concern?Hi Rhonda - I'm trying to snip away the excess, and here I am thinking about Pinterest! Hi Karen - One of my friends recently received an iPad for her birthday. The first thing she showed me was her Pinterest board. Blessings,Susan :)
Hi, Susan... I've attached a link that addresses some of the copyright issues. When a person pins something onto their boards, Pinterest automatically links the pin to its source. There have been questions floating around since Pinterest's beginning about copyright law, but so far, none of its almost 12 million users have been sued, and the general consensus is that copyright falls under "fair use". Also, websites can block their content from being pinned. I think a problem would arise if you presented the pinned content as your own creation.http://www.lextechnologiae.com/2012/03/03/why-deleting-your-pinterest-boards-over-copyright-concerns-is-an-overreaction/
I've heard of pinterest, but have no clue what it will do...
I've been avoiding Pinterest, Twitter, Smart Phones and all the other stuff that might take me hostage. I sure hear good things about it, though.Wishing you & yours a blessed & joy-filled Christmas, Susan.Kathleen
That was great advice from Jean. I think that if I ever wanted to do Pinterist,that I could follow her directions. It might even be fun.
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