Are you a 'pinner'? And, are you a responsible pinner?
I read a couple of interesting posts lately about Pinterest, by Annie of Knitsofacto and Sue at Quince Tree. If you pin, and especially if you craft, create or capture with film, you'll probably want to read them too.
It's all about giving credit to the creator. I've been through my pins to make sure that I have a link to the source of each photo I've pinned. It turns out that some of my pins weren't linked correctly, so I went to track down the proper source so that the clever person responsible would get the credit they deserved. In cases where I couldn't find the source, I've deleted the pin.
It was a terrible wrench to lose some of those images, I lost a couple of real beauties, but I just sat and imagined that the image was mine and on someone else's board with no link or trace of evidence that it was me who made it. That would make me sad and I don't want to make anyone feel sad.
If you want any more information about linking your pins. Check out 'A Love Life' - When to pull the pin.
I'm going to be linking with love.
If you link with love too and want the badge, which is available in lots of pretty colours by the way, you can find them here.