Where Have All The Cork Boards Gone?

Summary: It’s beginning to feel like every month, the world sits anxiously awaiting for one of the many web giants to dig its way up through the dirt, peek out coyly, and utter the words “new social platform.” Technology’s warp speed seems to be redefining Groundhog Day as “what will we think of next?” day. It seems there is a fad for platforms that can allow us to essentially scream out any single thing we feel is important. Enter Pinterest: a crossbreed of social platform and digital bulletin board.

Where Have All The Cork Boards Gone?

Summary: It’s beginning to feel like every month, the world sits anxiously awaiting for one of the many web giants to dig its way up through the dirt, peek out coyly, and utter the words “new social platform.” Technology’s warp speed seems to be redefining Groundhog Day as “what will we think of next?” day. It seems there is a fad for platforms that can allow us to essentially scream out any single thing we feel is important. Enter Pinterest: a crossbreed of social platform and digital bulletin board.


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