Wednesday, June 06, 2012

I can pin from my iPhone and iPad

If you haven't heard of pinterest don't go looking for it -- it is addictive, so consider yourself warned.

I saw the potential of pinterest from the first time I stumbled onto it-- a place to keep track of ideas found on the Internet, no more bookmarking everything and then trying to remember where a certain idea was.

So when I first started doing pinterest I had only pins I had found myself, I was unaware of the repin feature where you look at what others have pinned and then repin their pins. That is the addictive part.

Then I got into repinning because I mostly do pinterest on my iPad and there wasn't a way to do my own pins on the iPad.

Until today.

I found a tutorial of how to pin from my iPad so now I can go back to just pinning my own things I want to keep track of and not get sucked into "pinterest" land.

The picture doesn't have much to do with this post except that it was my trial pin from my phone, and it worked.


1 comment:

Stephanie said...

Glad you've found a way to make Pinterest work better for you! I feel strange admitting this, but I am not addicted to Pinterest at all--and I totally thought I would be. Every once in a while, when I need an idea , I'll look on Pinterest, but for some reason, I'm not even tempted to make my own pin boards or anything. I don't even have my own account! (Should I admit that in public?) And I can see how useful it would be--so what is wrong with me?!!!! It just makes me laugh. Maybe I'll come around one of these days... and maybe not...

How are moving preparations coming? By the way, thanks so much for letting us visit you the other week! I was so inspired about homeschooling after you showed me all your exciting books. I even found that green "Scripture Stories" book on EBay and bought it. I know, I'm a nerd. And I still really, really want those Character First pamphlets, but they're going to have to wait for the time being, sadly! ;-)