Created at Wordle.net. Wordle is a toy for generating “word clouds” from text that you provide. The clouds give greater prominence to words that appear more frequently in the source text. You can tweak your clouds with different fonts, layouts, and color schemes. The images you create with Wordle are yours to use however you like. You can print them out, or save them to the Wordle gallery to share with your friends. If you have a printer you could make some nice word cloud gifts.
THIS IS WAY COOL, you can view your Pinterest pins in your browser in a mini version or even more accurately as a large collage filling your browser window with all, or at least most of your pins. You have to scroll down in your browser to see the collage amazingly “beam in” or fill in automatically. Try it. You can view anyone’s pins this way, try mine, go to http://m.pinterest.com/willemdax/pins/?page=6
Let me explain further in three steps. FIRST, you just need to add “m.” (m for mobile or mini :-) then dot) to the left in your address bar of your browser (without quotation marks). If your browser’s address bar is displaying “http://” on the left, then you need to add the “m.” directly after “http://” and before “pinterest…” like this: http://m.pinterest.com/willemdax . SECOND, after displaying this page, http://m.pinterest.com/willemdax you click on the link “Pins” or you can add “/pins” to the end of the URL like this: http://m.pinterest.com/willemdax/pins . AND LASTLY, you can play with this: add “/?page=” then add a single or two digit numbers to see pins that were posted earlier in time like this: http://m.pinterest.com/willemdax/pins/?page=6 . Don’t forget to scroll down in your browser to see the pins “beam down” from the mother ship ;-).
At this point if your browser only displays a few pins or no pins then you need to enter a lower number. For your own pinterest account you just need to replace my Pinterest user name, “willemdax” with your user name or anyone else’s user name. You don’t even need to be logged in for this to work. This works best in the latest versions of browsers, Chrome, or Firefox or most all the browsers I tested except Opera 12.02. Up until now Opera was always my third choice but that may change now. It even worked in more obscure browsers that I tested like Maxthon 184.108.40.206 or the portable browser QtWeb 3.7.5.