Is Pinterest the New Tumblr? ( GO TO: http://heartifb.com/2012/10/02/is-pinterest-the-new-tumblr-a-look-into-todays-stats-to-plan-for-tomorrow/ )- This is an article from IFB (Independent Fashion …
Tumblr is an awesome micro-blogging platform and Pinterest is terrific for sharing your interests and has incredible visual appeal. For business and personal reasons, I hope both platforms will be around for a long long time.
If you’re looking for a blog to follow (BTF), I highly recommend Daily Writing Tips.
I’ve been following the blog for years. I don’t remember when I started. But if you are looking for an excellent resource for writers that supplies advice on style, grammar, word origins and more, to help you improve your writing skills - make it your NYR (New Year’s Resolution) to follow DWT in 2013.
This is the link to one of their posts during the last month of 2012 and I retyped my comment below (because the one I left at the post had typos - I can spell. I can’t type.)
**My comment left at post:
There was once a time when I had a house full of little people. Most of my children are grown now, except one of them. Were I to choose a word that represented the Word of the Year for any year when they were living at home, it would be “AS IS”. Which stands for: “accidentally or suddenly, I screwed up!” The “U” intentionally being omitted so that it doesn’t point back to the guilty party. :)
I very much enjoy DWT posts. Looking forward to 2013.
* M.I.A.G.Y.! *
Make It a Great Year!
Is Pinterest the New Tumblr? - This is an article from IFB (Independent Fashion Bloggers) and it tells a quirky tale. They posit that Pinterest may be the new Tumblr.
Why is this quirky?
Anyway, I hope one doesn’t replace the other. I like them both! But in the grand scheme of things, who cares what I like! It’s just business. Eh, Guido?? :)
AGAIN! Another list published? That’s fantastic!!
Art, books and music. How could we ever manage without them? They’re so essential to the human psyche. Honestly! Some people get thrown into prisons and they’re like:
OK! Got a good book I can read? Pencil and paper so I can sketch (or write)? Eh! Don’t worry about the stereo or the radio. I hear music in my head! I’m good!