Coders, start your integrations.
Image grids are popular because they work.
We can think of two good reasons. One involves dollar signs.
Pinterest’s revenue plan took a year to get right.
Prints for user art and licensed artists will be limited.
That’s 100 million in nine months.
Feel free to make advertisers’ jobs easier, or not.
Computers combine the eye with a much bigger brain.
Let’s talk pins, not people.
Madbits is joining the Flock.
Pinterest isn’t focused on people, but rather the topics that interest them.
Tag! You’re it.
Animated GIF support is too little, too late.
Pinterest will soon be open for all businesses, no matter how big or small.
LinkedIn is about to get a little more vivid with large background images on profile pages.
Pinterest has seen firsthand what happens when users don’t trust your service. So it’s taking things slowly on the moneymaking front.
Even though it has barely started selling ads, Pinterest’s investors think the potential of the Visual Web makes it worth $5 billion.
Most Internet searches start with a question, after all.
A new show may be a Trojan horse for the popular image-sharing site.
“Visual discovery” means searching for things when you don’t know their name—and that’s a game Google can’t play.