Monday, July 18, 2011

Google+ & Pinterest: New Social Media Distractions


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For better or worse I'm often right up front for the next big thing online. I just can't seem to get enough. It's not like I'm a developer type or anything, but I love playing around with what other people come up with.

Right now I'm obsessed with Google+ and Pinterest. If you're not super into social media and interacting with lots of people that way, you probably don't care much about Google+. But if you're into social media the way I am, you must check this out! I'd be happy to send an invitation to anyone who's curious and hasn't been invited yet. Just send me your email address (you can email me, DM on Twitter, PM me on Facebook, etc). And if you're already using Google+, by all means add me to your account.


As for Pinterest, it's hard to describe in a way that adequately captures its awesomeness. Because it's super duper awesome. Members share photos of beautiful things, cool things, funny things, you name it. Everything from fashion to food to interior decor to favorite products and places. It's so much fun to share things back and forth with friends and new acquaintances. It's been especially awesome in helping me come up with a design plan for our family room (as pictured above). I'd be happy to send any of you an invite to Pinterest, too. Just let me know.

PS: This is the color scheme we've decided on. All the paint color names are Behr. (You can click on the image to see it larger if you need to).



What new (or new to you) things are you enjoying right now?

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