What is Pinterest ? Animated Introduction to Pinterest

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What is Pinterest ? Animated Introduction to Pinterest
Pinterest is a pinboard-style photo-sharing website that allows users to create and manage theme-based image collections such as events, interests, and hobbies.
Users can browse other pinboards for images, “re-pin” images to their own pinboards, or “like” photos.
Pinterest users can upload, save, sort and manage images, known as pins, and other media content (e.g. videos) through collections known as pinboards.
Pinterest acts as a personalized media platform, whereby users’ content and the content of others can be browsed on the main page.
Users can then save individual pins to one of their own boards using the “Pin It” button, with Pinboards typically organized by a central topic or theme.
Content can also be found outside of Pinterest and similarly uploaded to a board via the “Pin It” button which can be downloaded to the bookmark bar on a web browser, or be implemented by a webmaster directly on the website.
On the main Pinterest page, a “pin feed” appears, displaying the chronological activity from the Pinterest boards that a user follows. When browsing for new boards and relevant pins, users can visit a “Tastemakers” page that recommend pinboards with content similar to previous pins saved by a user.
For both guests and Pinterest users, there are currently four main sections to browse: everything, videos, popular, and gifts.
Quick links to Pinterest include the “pin it” button that can be added to the bookmark bar of a web browser, “Follow me” and “Pin it” buttons added to personal website or blog page, and the Pinterest iPhone application available through the App Store.
In October 2012, Pinterest announced a new feature that would allow users to report others for negative and offensive activity or block other users if they do not want to view their content. Pinterest said they want to keep their community “positive and respectful”.
Also in October, Pinterest launched business accounts allowing businesses to either convert their existing personal accounts into business accounts, or start from scratch.
Now Everyone Is Free to Join Pinterest, No Invite Needed …without waiting for an invite: all you have to do is go to Pinterest.com to get started.
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THE NAUTICAL ORIGINS of Some Common Expressions …
Knot : A vessel’s rate of speed, a nautical mile per hour.
Measured by running out a stern line (or log line) knotted at
measured intervals which bear the same proportion
to a mile as half a second does to an hour.

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