By Duncan WilliamsDuncanWilliams. Tuesday, February 21, 2012 9:50:20 AM
The premise of Pinterest is you create "pinboards," which are nothing more than categories, to which you can then "pin" images that you find online or via other Pinterest users. Your virtual pasteboards become little collections of visually stunning images, with notes if you attach them and links back to the original source from whence the images came. A layer of social interaction sits beneath the whole site, as you can follow other users, or just specific boards they create.
While pinning content that other Pinterest users have posted works great, you can also add content you find elsewhere on the Web using Pinterest's bookmark bar button. When you set up an account, the site will walk you through installing the button based on the browser you're using at the time.
I set up a pinterest account and now have numerous boards:
My Pinterest Boards
Use Archive at top of page for contents.