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10:43 AM | 4 March 2013
by Jim Compton-hall
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Mashable describes The Matboard as "Pinterest For Inspiring Creative Professionals" which is really what convinced me to try it out. I'm not the biggest Pinterest fan because for every one thing on there that I want to see, there's about a million that I don't.

So yesterday my friend tells me I should put my work on this, The Matboard. My first question was "why's it called The Matboard?". I still have no idea.

Mashable describes The Matboard as "Pinterest For Inspiring Creative Professionals" which is really what convinced me to try it out. I'm not the biggest Pinterest fan because for every one thing on there that I want to see, there's about a million that I don't - it's difficult to search for anything specific. And that's exactly why Austin Phillips created The Matboard. 

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