Ever started to do something you thought was going to be totally awesome, and only moments later realized that that awesome thing you were doing was something you had already done before but was still awesome? Awesome.
Not only was my account hacked, I didn’t get a notification of the hack until days after and after I had changed my password. None the less, this isn’t the only reason.
I’m not a power social website user. I drop in from time to time on different social networks, post a few, +1/like a few, and share a few, and then I’m out. I really enjoyed Pinterest when I got an account there, I was using the bookmarklet and pinning left and right.
Then the problems started. The website is completely unusable on the iPad and my Android phone. I’m unable to do basic functions because the layout doesn’t work that well on these devices. Not only that, but the application on iOS has no sharing/pinning functionality. It is said to allow you to install a bookmarklet but there is no share feature that is built in most of the iOS applications. What about the device I use the most, my phone? There is yet an Android app and with a website that big, they should have an app ready within a short period of time.
I’m not that motivated to stay on Pinterest but I’ll stick around and see what happens.
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Exactly what you’d expect from a thriller book. It has all the components of a good thriller, yet the story isn’t deep enough. I’d attribute that to the length of the story, yet I do believe it could have been done better. Nonetheless, worthy of a short sit and read for entertainment.