Pinterest isn’t exactly a household name. . . yet. . . but the photo bookmarking site is slowly creeping in to our consciousness from all directions. This week, Pinterest made inroads at Bing and Barnes & Noble.
On the Bing side, you’ll now find a Pinterest “Pin It” button on every image that appears when you do a search. I tested it by searching for Lemurs. I picked my favorite photo of the bunch then almost fell out of my chair when I read the caption.
The lemur’s name is Boris!? (Check my byline) To the right, you see the new “Pin It” button. One click and you’re Pinterest bound.
Here’s the important part:
Bing automatically links and gives proper attribution to the original, high-resolution source, saving you the hassle of tracking it down yourself.