In its five short years, Pinterest has become ‘the’ place where brides-to-be create wish boards of wedding photos and DIY home renovators bookmark shiny tiles for bathrooms.
The Dallas Police Department plans to allow its officers to tweet from the field. The department is also expanding its social media reach with the launch of a new blog and Pinterest page.
A woman used Pinterest to post details about her dream wedding, and her boyfriend — now husband — used it to secretly plan the whole ceremony. How is the couple doing now?
Buying the right Mother’s Day gift for your mom (or wife) can be a big challenge. But with the right tips, it could end up being a lot easier than you think.
A local woman is using Pinterest as an outreach to create lasting memories for women going through difficult circumstances. It was her own experience that gave her the idea.
Pinterest is the third most popular social media site behind Facebook and Twitter, encouraging users to share “beautiful things.” But could you get in trouble with each pin?
From recipes to do-it-yourself crafts, if you’re interested in it, it’s on Pinterest. And savvy businesses know that everyone is interested in saving money.
As Father’s Day nears, First Lady Michelle Obama has joined the social media website Pinterest with pictures remembering her father and highlighting President Obama with his kids.
Police in Fort Worth are asking people not to partake in a prank in which they text a random phone number saying they have hidden a body.
We all know someone who seems to be on Facebook or Twitter every waking hour. Now there is a new social network that is shaping up to be the latest online obsession.