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I've been following Noah Everett the creator
of twitpic on Twitter.
Although he provides a great service it does appear to be a one man
show - there is every chance he could get fed up and walk away - I
doubt the terms of service give the user any way of getting their
photos back if that happened.Most people use twitpic for throw-away snapshots posted from
their handheld device but I use a twitter account with protected
updates to create a timeline of my daughter growing up. I
photograph her day to day on my iPhone and as my twitter client
doesn't offer an option, the photos end up on twitpic. These photos
are memories I am not prepared to lose.Below is the script i run once a week to ensure my photos are
of my idea lay in the fact that that it was device agnostic. As it was based around Twitter and Google maps anyone with the appropriate clients could use it. If you were on an iPhone, laptop, Blackberry or any other device the user experience... mine the ideal scenario is that a user provides a latitude/longitude point but when the device they are using doesn't provide this ability or they are somewhere where you can't get a GPS fix (indoors) then you need a fallback.At FOWA Dublin plenty