<p>any other fans out there?</p>

<p>I just heard about this today and need to check it out…what is it exactly?</p>

<p>I love it. It can eat up an hour before I know it.</p>

<p>Mspearl- it’s a website where people can “pin” stuff they like. You can see what other people pin and re-pin it on your own boards. You choose the categories, such as food, clothing, DIY projects, weddings, crafts for kids, etc. When you run across something online, say, a recipe, you can pin it and then know where to find it when you want to try it. You end up with a collection of stuff you would like to remember and you don’t have to remember where you saw it.</p>

<p>I love it! It is fun to all the new ideas. I am intrigued by the use of a magazine holder to corral my aluminum foil, plastic wraps and zip locks. I am really intrigued by the concept of Nutella pudding!</p>

<p>I love Pinterest so much.</p>

<p>My son is fascinated with Pinterest but has made a page for himself yet. I saw my daughter had a pages, but there is nothing on it yet. I am guessing she had a friend with it and then made a page for herself. She is following two people, but I guess she doesn’t want to spend the time to do much herself as work keeps her pretty busy. </p>

<p>I on the other hand do not need anymore distractions on the computer :slight_smile: That said, I have enjoyed looking around the site.</p>

<p>I love Pinterest! It is so much fun and it is also fun to see what my friends like too. Total time suck!</p>

<p>Nutella pudding? Wow.</p>

<p>you piqued my interest in pinterest, but when I went to join they wanted access to my fb or twitter account which I do not feel comfortable granting.</p>

<p>I love it!! Initially I spent a lot of time on there but less so now. I really like being able to see and sort things by category. It’s great to discover new things from what others have posted as well.</p>

<p>NJres- You can still search the site without joining; that is what my son is doing. You just can’t save things on your page without joining.</p>