How to upload multiple pictures to Pinterest and not die trying

I don't know about you, my multiple readers (hahaha), but I have been on Social Networks since the beginning and I'm not that old, and let's agree that Social Networks are not that old either. Maybe they have been around for about 7 or 8 years? Well, in all this time we have seen a lot of Social Networks come and go, like MySpace, Badoo, Metroflog, other flogs, sexy or not, etc.

One of the most common features is the ability for users to upload pictures. And that has been the base for many of them, like Pinterest.

Pinterest is a Social Network where you can share photos and that's pretty much it. It has some interesting features like sharing pictures from other sites without having to download the pictures and then upload them to Pinterest. You can just browse other sites and "repin" a photo to your Pinterest "board" (boards are like folders where you organize your pictures) and you can "like" and upload a picture from your computer and some other stuff.

Similar to other Social Networks from the past (like Metroflog) in Pinterest you can only upload pictures one at a time, so if you want to upload more than one picture, you have to click on the button for "Pinning" a new picture, select it, select your board, write a description, and click on "submit" and then repeat this process every single time. But what happens when you want to upload hundreds of pictures? Now it's tedious and you probably will only upload some of them.

In this post, I will try to explain how to use iMacros to upload any number of photos to Pinterest and not die trying.

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Filling a form using a CSV on iMacros part 2 (Loops)

On the previous post we already learn how to call a CSV document using the command

SET !DATASOURCE file.csv

 And we also learn that once "declared" the document, we can extract from it, the data of each column, calling each of those columns the following way

{{!COL#}}

 where # is the column number, using this variable in a TAG command. For example:

TAG POS=1 TYPE=TAGTYPE ATTR=SOMEATTR:someattrvalue CONTENT={{!COL1}}

 When we did this on the previous post, we realized that when clicking on Play button, it only fills the form using just the first line of the CSV document. In this post we will learn how to call each one of the lines of the CSV document creating a "loop" in that way we can use all the document to perform the same task several times.

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If Linux was the most used system in the world…

(Original article here)

I understand problems passing from Windows to Linux which was declared by one individual. I felt I should experiment Windows too, since all of my friends are telling me all the time how great it is.

I went to the Microsoft site to download it, but it was not available. I was frustrated because I spent quite a time uselessly trying to find a download link, so I decided to ask my friend and he told me where I can buy it.

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Filling a form using a CSV Doc with iMacros

In this post I will try to explain how to extract info from a CSV document, and then use that information to fill a form. The CSV documents can contain information in tables, they can be opened with text editors, and/or with Spreadsheet Applications like Excel, Google Docs, etc. It's format is the following:

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