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Excellent place to look for things such as what size your cover image in Facebook should be exactly

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Must look into better - connection between blogging, branding, and twitter

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An attempt to get retweets to boost Klout scores

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A service that will retweet you to raise you Klout for a fee

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RESULTS: The monolingual and bilingual subjects responded similarly in the quiet condition. Against a backdrop of background noise, however, the bilingual brains were better at encoding the fundamental frequency of speech sounds known to underlie pitch perception and grouping of auditory objects, indicating improvements in auditory attention and working memory.

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"What is most interesting to me is to see how people described the pins and read any comments that were posted. I’m even curious to see how they categorized them. From a brand perspective, this is yet another way to monitor what is being said about you, get feedback and even join the conversation. It’s also a nice way to find people and boards to follow (who will likely follow you back)"

- just more great uses of Pinterest

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Pinterest is the breakout social network of 2012, but even technology addicts could be excused for missing its rise to success.

The web-based "pinboard," which launched almost two years ago, barely got a mention on Silicon Valley news sites until six months ago, when early adopters suddenly realized that a site with millions of monthly users had sprung up almost unnoticed by the tech press.

That's because Pinterest didn't take the usual route of Web-based startups: romancing early adopters and technology journalists before attempting to "cross the chasm" to mainstream adoption. Instead, Pinterest grew a devoted base of users -- most of them female -- who enjoy "pinning" items they find around the Web. While clothing, home decor and recipes dominate the site, inspirational quotes and humor are also popular topics for users to add to their pinboards.

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"Pinning" by any other name is something we all do every day. We clip out recipes, we bookmark blog posts, we note the cut of the jacket of a passerby, we take a mental picture of a neighbor's living room layout, we marvel at the colors in a photograph on the gallery wall, we read a passage we like somewhere and save it for later.

If you were able to put all of those things into one, well-designed place and keep them organized so they are easy to refer to, wouldn't that be great? That's what Pinterest does.

What it is is so much more.

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Hubspot takes a look at what's been happening on Pinterest and puts together a guide.

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Mashable is on Pinterest with great boards to repin, repost, embed from, email, and even tweet.

They even have a board called "infographics" how handy is that?

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