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Careful what photos you tweet--and where you were when you snapped the shot. There's another site designed to warn you against the hazards of over-sharing. This time it's not related to active location-sharing, but instead accidental. The meta-data stored in your photos may be giving away where you live.
As expected since Twitter photos was announced in June, the microblogging company has activated photo-tweeting from the Twitter API. With it, any application will be able to upload an image to Twitter's servers as part of a tweet. Adding images via the API follows Twitter's recent inclusion of the service for all users on its flagship website.
First impressions are pretty key, right? Especially when it comes to dating. When meeting someone for the first time you have the opportunity to size each other up, say your bit; all while acting on your best and most charming behaviour. But what about meeting someone online? When you're not actually in front of a person putting your best foot forward, all you have is a snapshot and written profile to work its magic for you. In this case, it's probably a good idea to make sure that the photograph and profile are working in your favor. That's where the Perfect Dating Profile API comes in.