I bet I'm not the only one that has sat and thought how crazy your notifications on Twitter must go if you're being followed by millions of people (i.e; Gaga, Perry, Bieber, 1D, etc.), not only that, but how would you see, let's say, a tweet from a radio DJ amongst the thousands that're bombarding you at any one time?
Well. I've done my usual bit of snooping - as I usually like to do - and have found what I believe is what anyone verified on Twitter gets in their notifications section. (Now I've came across this on the official... [read more]
Last year on Twitter, I started to randomly tweet little puzzles for my followers to play along with, which they did receive a good reception. The main one I used to play was #SWYS ("Say What You See"), where I'd post a picture that has various items on it and you have to guess what the word is. (For example: I'll post a picture of a muscle man, next to an image of a bow and arrow ... and the answer would be? Yes, the cider drink, Strongbow). Besides the Say What You See games, I also did try a... [read more]
I only posted two days ago about checking your sources. I bet these people wished they did now after a week of retweet (RT) based goofs, where one tweeter would ask a celebrity to RT their picture of a certain "family member" - but instead of including a real image of said family member, they decide to use various "other" images.
As you can see below, a load have fooled them and they've gone on to retweet them - however after various replies like "he's britains most notorious paedophile", etc.. the said retweets were un-retweeted. Here's... [read more]
If you've got an account on Twitter, you would've surely noticed by now that quite a fair few accounts seem to be sporting over 10,000 followers, yet they're only following about a fifth of them and that they aren't an actor, singer, politician, etc..
Now a majority of these said "followers" will actually be fake accounts, because if you're tech savvy enough, you would know that there's a slight flaw in Twitters mobile website which allows a simple bot (or most people just pay someone to do it) to register loads of fake accounts,... [read more]
The previous version of dhIMG Twitter that I released ran into a few problems when Twitter changed the way it shows images, which caused the original program to not fetch any images.
This has now been sorted in this version, so you should now be able to download your images once again.
If a similar problem does arise again, just give me a heads up and I'll try and get around to fixing it as soon as I possibly can.
You can download the latest version from:
For instructions on how to... [read more]
Evan (11th December 18:28)
Your website can show more than 200 photo? until 4000 like dhmIMG software?
djs (4th December 14:33)
yes rights. you can save it manually. I still develope it....
Alif (20th November 10:56)
how can i save all images. your web version it just show images rights?...
x (20th November 06:05)
I have created a web version. Thank you Dale for inspiring me.
Alif (19th November 05:20)