I haven’t really gotten into Pinterest, and in spite of my job and its connections to social media, I just haven’t really mustered up a lot of feeling on it. Holly, on the other hand, has lots of feelings (and thoughts) on the subject. So here we go.
- Some data on what people are pinning, and in what categories, and how they’re commenting
- Holly’s belief that everyone is creative
- Some thoughts on Pinterest and creativity
- An anecdote about a Myers-Briggs training we did in the office
- Analysis paralysis
- Sharing vs. getting in Pinterest use
- People who used LiveJournal “for themselves”
- A story of a creative project by me, with analogs in Pinterest
- Holly’s worries of homogenization
- My worries of information saturation
- A call for people to please tell us about great creative projects that have come from Pinterest
- Your LL Bean Boyfriend
- Pinterest: Consuming and liking stuff
- How Pinterest Works
- Listener mail! From Rebecca, about Americans’ perceptions of Canadians
- Carpenter, Craig C. “Copyright Infringement and the Second Generation of Social Media: Why Pinterest Users Should Be Protected from Copyright Infringement by the Fair Use Defense.” Journal of Internet Law. Jan. 2013
- Does copying kill creativity?
- Engauge. “Pinterest: A Review of Social Media’s Newest Sweetheart.”
- Hall, Catherine. “Social Curation on the Website Pinterest.com.” Asist 2012
- The Art Therapy of Pinterest
- Go Haus Go: The problem with Pinterest.
- Pinterest: Killing Creativity?
- Sociology in Focus: Sampling Pinterest
- Is Pinterest killing creativity?
- Why I’m Quitting Pinterest
- Pinterest reveals its sociology horizons
- How sociologists (and other social scientists) can use Pinterest