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Wearable electronics Pinterest board

I started a board for wearable electronics on Pinterest, the image-heavy social bookmarking tool. I noticed Shannon Henry is working on one as well. Got any electronics boards of your own? Post a link in the comments.


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2 Comments

  1. don’t forget Lynne Bruning’s eTextile Lounge board http://pinterest.com/lynnebruning/etextile-lounge/

  2. Lynne removed most of her Pinterest links due to copyright issues with that site. Her page now links to several articles discussing the issues. Basically it is very easy for people to ‘pin’ copyrighted images to a Pinterest page, and that may be a copyright (or copyleft) violation. Such images should always be linked back to their source and its copyright statement.

    bleech. I liked her etextile page. She just completed a great video series on eTextiles.. http://www.youtube.com/user/LynneBruning/featured

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