When we signed up to Pinterest, it was a couple of months before the overlords accepted our request to join. We sent fruit baskets and let them whip our children, and still they made us wait wordlessly for ages!
But it seems our cries (and perhaps those of all the children) have finally been heard. Pinterest has agreed to open its pretty little hipster floodgates and let anyone begin to pin. Of course, they realise this may invite uncool people to the party, but when you’ve gone from nothing to being the no.3 social networking site in the world in less than two years, you can afford to let your guard down a little!
Our Money4Machines Pinterest account is a great way for us to share cool tech images, weird stuff and interesting visuals that are very much of the ‘misc’ tag. But we’re looking forward to seeing a suspected influx of new users too. One of the main problems faced by Pinterest is quite simply how to make money without alienating their users. They’re still a bit hazy on the financial plan (as in, there isn’t one)
If you want to sell consoles and iPods and old Kindles and tablets and stuff, head over to our quotes page now. If you want to read geek humour and learn a bit about what it’s like to be in the Money4Machines office, go here!