You guys, THEY EVEN HAD A HASHTAG! #hudsonloveschelsea
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The company continues to roll out several business-focused products as it ramps up its advertising business.
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In an increasingly crowded space, N3twork thinks it can figure out how to create the best discovery algorithm for video on the Internet.
Because email can be awesome. Especially when it’s full of brilliant life hacks, delicious recipes, awesome book buzz, adorable animals, or BuzzFeed’s hottest posts.
Pinterest users originally could only send pins. The new feature now lets users reply to those messages, basically turning it into a full-blown messaging feature.
I wish you the best…but we’re still friends forever right?!
OMG, SHAZAM FOR PAINT COLORS IS REAL.
The $5 billion startup is revamping its applications to allow users to follow “interests.” The company says it’s somewhere between categories and Pinboards.
When Pinterest worlds collide.
(Cute) reality vs. expectation.
There are #Pinterestfails and then there are #Pinterestfails.
Wilderness essentials include cake stands and candelabras.
It’s basically like your own damn art canvas at all times.
Chad Dickerson spoke at length with BuzzFeed about Etsy allowing vendors to use outside production, why New York’s tech industry is alive and well, and why he loves HBO’s Silicon Valley.
The Iron Throne isn’t just something made for the Seven Kingdoms…
Try to resist getting your own now. Okay? Okay.
Highlight your cheekbones.
Investors are looking for the future of e-commerce, and they think Pinterest is worth $5 billion. The company just raised $200 million.
The company raised $200 million in a funding round, a spokesperson confirmed to BuzzFeed. ReadWrite first reported the funding round a few minutes before it was officially announced.
::flirty favs your tweet::
After launching promoted pins last year, the company said it was rolling out a paid test today.
Can anybody solve the great Google+ mystery?
Jason Wilson, Pinterest’s lead designer, tells BuzzFeed in an interview how the social network’s visual search engine was born.