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Learn all about the New iPad, the Risk of Pinterest and Facebook Timeline!
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00:35 iPad 3 dropped yesterday
02:44 Why Pinterest is not concerned about legal issues
05:09 John Blue on Pinterest use for Agriculture
06:43 Apple TV
08:00 A number of listeners wanted to follow up on website testing – Reg Page vs. Buy on Amazon.
10:54 Voicemail: Brian the magican needs some mugs, and wants to know how to target sites to do guest posts for
15:38 The Death of Print
17:43 Voicemail: Steve has got Google places, Youtube vids, everything going, still no inbound, what’s going wrong?
22:17 Timeline for Facebook required by end of month
25:10 From the LinkedIn Group: Contact Management – Getting info out of Outlook
26:28 On the Road John at Cloudforce San Francisco Next week, come say hello! Blogworld New York coming up next.
27:00 Question of the Week: Do you fear Pinterest?
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One thought about Pinterest legal issues – I’m not really sure it’s a problem for anybody. If you are simply pinning things as you come across them, the pin works as a link to the original source of the image. (attribution)
In addition, you have to place some type of comment on every image – and fair use dictates that using copyrighted materials for comment/education/satire is just fine.
I’m not saying that you COULDN’T be sued, but I think the odds are pretty low.