Chalk this up as another wacky use of Pinterest : Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley is promoting a contest on the hot website where Maryland entrepreneurs can pitch their startups by pinning 10 images to the governor's board .
In last week's article on the SEOmoz blog about Pinterest I compared the up and coming social network to the old Digg. Little did I know that with one change in the algorithm earlier today they would actually become the old Digg.
From the flowers and the food to the dress and the ’do, some women have their weddings planned down to the last detail, collecting all of it on social networking site Pinterest. But one component is still missing: the proposal.
Pinterest hit ten million monthly unique visitors faster than any other website, drawing comparisons to Facebook. But now growth of the service for sharing images from across the web in "virtual scrapbooks" is coming back to earth.
We've gotten used to the content industries arguing that what happens when people download or make copies is "theft." But using that term muddies the waters when it comes to what copyright is supposed to be about, and lends support to irrational...
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