Bitly research suggests Saturday morning is the best time to pin.
Ready for you when you wake up, your newspaper of the future will be facsimile-printed through the night-in tabloid size, on a continuous roll. You will bring yourself up-to-the-minute on the highlights of the news…by seeing what is happening on the television screen of the same machine. Fantastic? It’s already planned for post-war home use!
Mashable reports that Pinterest is now the No. 3 most-visited social network in the U.S., behind Facebook and Twitter.
Excitement around the meteoric rise of Pinterest may come at a cost to those jumping on the social media site. Its terms of service say it can distribute, license and sell any content you put on their site. What?! That's right. And it is creating an uproar in the online world with many people wondering - can Pinterest really do this? Anthony De Rosa gets to the bottom of this legalese with the help of tech, media and business lawyer and consultant, Ash Kalb.
A sketch by Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey’s of the social network he envisioned.