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After much hunting and Googling I found the answer on tripadvisor's site: How to alert us when a listing is incorrect If you are a TripAdvisor member and you notice that a hotel or attraction listing is in the wrong town or pinned incorrectly on the map, you'll need to e-mail us. (emphasis mine)
You are missing an important point of what is the purpose of Twitter. It's a micro-blog, the act of "tweeting" is by default by public. So you can block users, but it cannot change the fact that they will still be able to see your tweets, while not logged in. twitter.com/<username> is viewable by all and does not reach a privacy barrier in the same ...
I think I've found a solution - Yahoo! changed the turn off option from search box (question mark). You must go to the bottom of left menu (folders, etc.) and click settings icon of Applications and then find the Shortcut app and remove it. More information here
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With the copy card functionality you could select 'Copy' from the card menu and check to only keep the checklist items. You can then open the copied card, select the drop down menu on any checklists you do not want, and select delete. A little tedious but it gets the job done :)
You can always block unwanted followers. To block a Twitter user: Log in to your Twitter account. Go to the profile page of the person you wish to block. Click the person icon. This brings up a drop-down Actions menu. Select Block from the options listed. From here: http://support.twitter.com/articles/117063-how-to-block-users-on-twitter
Currently there is no way. You'll have to trim or remove the quoted text yourself. You can make use of the "Quote selected text" labs module by highlighting some blank space in the email and replying to that. That will then leave you with something along the lines of: On Wed, Dec 12, 2012 at 4:00 AM, Example <email@example.com> wrote: > ...
I updated my location by going to Google Groups and then finding businesses near me and then there was a little box that said My location, and I clicked on that and it said not your location and clicked on that and then entered my address and it updated my location and to the address I gave it.
One way is to click the little circle above the Street View man's head. This forces it to detect your location, and Maps will ask you for permission to share your location. Assuming you accept, or have turned on auto-accept, it should then update your position to your new location. The only time it seems to fail is when you're on a network that Google ...
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