Best of Taylor Hanson Pinterest page

Bridget Barnett Contributor

By Bridget Barnett in Cool Websites on Tuesday 22 May 2012

It’s refreshing to find a Pinterest board that isn’t full of bridal shower ideas or decorative food. Which is why I’m loving this gem: the Best of Taylor Hanson. It also seems like a great way for a Hanson fan like me to control my appreciation in a tasteful way, rather than creepin’ around on […]

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Cringeworthy, politically incorrect advertising at its best

Zolton Editor

By Zolton in Cool Websites on Friday 4 May 2012

Ok, we’ve found our new favourite Pinterest page, not that we condone any of the messaging that appears on it. No, no. That would be politically incorrect, and we all know that to survive in industry these days, it pays to remain correct to every social norm imaginable. So we simply point you in this direction and chuckle quietly into our hankerchiefs.

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Pingram: a mash-up of Instagram and Pinterest

Zolton Editor

By Zolton in Cool Websites on Wednesday 14 March 2012

Controversy may still be raging about Pinterest and copyright issues around the images people upload, but the growth of the site contirnues unabated. Italian designer Gennaro Varriale recently created Pingram, a Pinterest, Instagram mash-up in less than seven hours, enabling you to view Instagram photos in the same way you peruse the pins on Pinterest.

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Manteresting: a Pinterest for men

Margarita Peker Reader Find

By Margarita Peker in Cool Websites on Thursday 8 March 2012

There can be no doubt that Pinterest is a wicked social media platform, two million users will attest to that. But there can also be no denying that is almost cringeworthingly girly: there are more wedding dresses, hairstyles and baked good recipes on there than there are Bieber fans on Twitter. So what is a […]

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Pantonism: the Art of Matching Influence

Daniel Eckler Reader Find

By Daniel Eckler in Cool Websites on Thursday 8 December 2011

Websites like Tumblr, Pinterest, and Piccsy (shameless plug) are changing the way people relate to images by making everyone a curator of their own aesthetic corner of the web. This is a great form of new media that’s going to go through major growth – both in regards to adoption and technology – in coming […]

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