I’m not one for maintenance posts, but when a faucet drips the only way to fix it is to fix it. Or at least post a note on the handle and let everyone you know it’s dripping and you’re working on it.
The little cyber-urchins who jump on my bandwidth somewhere between my click to pin and the Pinterest boards themselves are messing with my mind. And maybe with yours?
It seems those cyber-urchins are changing my @SuzBroadhurst to a name not my own.
I do know a Suzanne who spells her name the way I do in real life, and for those of you who know both of us, it’s not her. It’s another one of us.
I don’t blame the woman behind the name, and I don’t blame Pinterest. I blame the creepy little cyber-urchins.
The Solution – In Process
I’m in talks with the cyber-urchins’ owners.
In the meantime, I’m changing everything on Pinterest manually. Everything I can find, anyway.
If you see me on Pinterest, you’ll know it’s me if it leads you to me.
I would imagine “the other Suzanne” will like her identity back, as well. 🙂
REALITY CHECK: I just hate false leads, don’t you?