I love gleaning ideas from other people on Pinterest to do with my kids at home.In Will Pinterest dominate Facebook?, author Daniella Rivera berates the personal bickering on Facebook, and fawns over Pinterest. Much to her credit, she presents the other side of the coin:
Baronet believes as the popularity of photo-sharing social media apps and sites increases, some wonder if the photo quality online will be reduced. Baronet says this is possible.In Did You Hear The One About The Marketer Who Didn't Use Pinterest?, author Steve Olenski, spews forth some rather uncritical hype about Pinterest - enough to wonder about his journalistic integrity.
“I do think the pervasiveness of social media does shift people’s expectations about what ‘acceptable photography’ can be,” said Baronet.
Baronet also said photo-sharing sites affect bloggers.
“I’ve been blogging since 2005, and it’s definitely caused me to blog less. I think that would be the impact for many bloggers,” said Baronet.
“70% (of Pinterest users) said they do so to get inspiration on what to buy.”In Pinterest Users Can Now Block Users, Report Indecent Content, you can read about some new Pinterest features:
People will be able to block other users, flag certain pins, or report an entire user profile for reviewHere comes the drama. Great! This should help pin hags infringe on copyright with less spam irritants, and fewer offending deep cleavage photographs.