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For the guy or girl pining after their crush, or perhaps someone who wants to become a shoulder to cry on in the hope of converting that into a a rebound roll in the hay, the Breakup Notifier is a tool of choice.
You visit the site, and log in to Facebook. After choosing the friends you want to recieve relationship notifications for, you will get an email every time a change is submitted.
The app checks these statuses every ten minutes, so you can be quick off the mark to anything you'd like to twist to your advantage.
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Tigertext is an app that can be used to keep tab on multiple special friends -- and hide any evidence of your activities.
Sending a cheeky late-night text, or asking someone else if they want to 'come around and watch a film'? Fear not, your textual activities can be automatically blown up without a trace.
Apparently, the message is not only deleted from your phone, but also the service provider's server.. and the receivers' phone. Therefore, the only way that texts can be held against you in the future are if pictures are taken of the messages.
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Aptly named, desktop application Creepy is software that calls itself a 'geolocation information aggregator'.
After downloading and installing the open-source software, you can stalk a user via Twitter and Flickr accounts.
If the user has posted any location data, then the software tracks it -- helping you to pin them down. I was surprised at just how data can be aggregated from seemingly innocuous updates -- although as it compiles and analyzes a lot of data, it can take a few attempts before Twitter accounts are connected successfully.
- Map providers : Google Maps, Virtual Maps, Open Street Maps.
- Location information retrieval from :
- Twitter's tweet location
- Coordinates when tweet was posted from mobile device
- Place (geographical name) derived from users ip when posting on twitter's web interface.
- Geolocation information accessible through image hosting services API EXIF tags from the photos posted.
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