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January 26, 2013
Tumblr redesign update: Hearing reports that the pinned post, along with the older highlighted post, is dead. The pinned post, while used somewhat heavily over the past few months, drew much frustration from end users (and um, Newsweek), though the highlighted post never truly caught on with users. The feature change was first noticed by comedy writer and Tumblr user Julie Klausner, who (in a tweet yesterday afternoon) asked why she was no longer able to pin.

Tumblr redesign update: Hearing reports that the pinned post, along with the older highlighted post, is dead. The pinned post, while used somewhat heavily over the past few months, drew much frustration from end users (and um, Newsweek), though the highlighted post never truly caught on with users. The feature change was first noticed by comedy writer and Tumblr user Julie Klausner, who (in a tweet yesterday afternoon) asked why she was no longer able to pin.

17:23 // 1 year ago
January 16, 2013

Newsweek has a new rule

newsweek:

You pin, we unfollow.

What pins? We don’t see any pins.

15:17 // 1 year ago
October 11, 2012
19:20 // 1 year ago
June 28, 2012
What’s the deal with the pins? Simple. Tumblr’s giving publishers another way to advertise. (That’s our pal maxistentialist up top.) Pay $5, get your post on the top of the dashboard for a full day. (It can be removed at any time. Just click the pin.) Love or hate? Or is it Pinterest envy?

What’s the deal with the pins? Simple. Tumblr’s giving publishers another way to advertise. (That’s our pal maxistentialist up top.) Pay $5, get your post on the top of the dashboard for a full day. (It can be removed at any time. Just click the pin.) Love or hate? Or is it Pinterest envy?

20:05 // 2 years ago
June 17, 2012
I find it more interesting that man-culture would feel the need to carve out a corner of the social networking sandbox at all, when the Internet is such an expansive beach of dude. The Web was laid on a foundation of porn, built with walls of lewd jokes, shingled on top with the discussion strains of a Reddit board.
Washington Post Reporter Monica Hesse • Debating the validity of a site called Dudepins, which is — you guessed it — an attempt to build Pinterest for men. Dudepins isn’t so much the male-oriented Pinterest as the 2004-era Spike TV version of Pinterest, a version of Pinterest so obsessed with mandom that it looks like it’s trying too hard, to the point where non-manly things are taken down. While growth is happening quickly, according to its owners, we’d like to offer up an anecdote from a movie that’s decidedly not manly, “Mean Girls”: “Stop trying to make fetch happen!”
9:34 // 2 years ago