This week, I am über-swamped at the 925. Because I love you (and don’t want you start thinking I ran off and died somewhere), I’m unveiling the best time waster I’ve ever been so happy to meet and utilize on almost a daily basis…
What is it?
How do you use it?
Why would you do this to us?
All questions I’m sure you’re asking right about now. For an idea of the “what” and “how”, here’s a snapshot of what it looks like once you start finding things and pinning them and sharing with your good Internet buddies and wasting oodles and oodles of your life’s worth:
(Pay no attention to the squashing of my body in that profile photo over there. Don’t look. HEY! Stop it.)
The “how” will slowly reveal itself, then hit you with a hot plate. That’s how fast you’ll begin to use it. Unfortunately, I will not be held responsible for the “why”. You know why and you know you like it.
Pinterest is relatively new to the social networking world. Introduced to me by Aimee Giese over at Greeblemonkey (and you, too, if you follow her site), you will need to request an invitation to join. A minor formality considering most social network pinning sites cost money. MONEY! NOT FREE!
Live it, love it.