Comments that others could see my profile suggested that something other than my settings was the issue. Based on further research and testing, here are my findings:
LinkedIn has limits on the number of times that you can view public
profiles without logging in. https://www.linkedin.com/help/linkedin/answer/69654
The LinkedIn counter appears to be tied to ...
Have a look at this FAQ entry
Currently, there's no way to change the default language of your profile once you've set it up in a particular language. Many people who speak multiple languages choose to create a secondary profile for each language. Viewers will see your profile in the language most relevant to them. All language profiles will show up in ...
How do I edit my birthday?
To edit your date of birth:
Go to your timeline
Click the Update Info button (under your cover photo)
Find the Basic Info section and click Edit
Enter your real birthday in the Birthday field
Save your changes
You could list and link them all in the profiles of one of a social network, or use a service like about.me, or on a page on your website or blog.
Edit - A quick search shows that Flavors.me might be a good site for this. From their home page -
Pull Everything Together
Automatically organizes content from 35 services – more than anywhere else – into an ...
Nothing will happen except the following things
you wont be receiving alert text messages when you are offline.
you wont be getting birthday alerts as text messages of your friends
you wont come to know about if someone comments on your wall if you
remove your number. because you will be getting text message
saying someone commented on your post.
The bug appears to be related to corruption between the gmail and hangouts profiles that are supposedly synchronized. Updating the picture in hangouts fixed the issue, even though that is supposedly shared with gmail and updating in gmail left two versions.
GitLab doesn't currently have convenient buttons to add like GitHub does. However, you could fork the GitHub button source code (licensed under the BSD 2-clause "Simplified" License) and make a GitLab version of the button.
Older Facebook photos could be identified using the IDs stored in here 2431550_1344327517562357_1434551231_n.jpg but this is no longer so for obvious privacy reasons.
So, there will not be a way for you get the owner of this profile just knowing this extension.
More details: http://www.quora.com/Are-Facebook-pictures-really-private-and-are-they-hosted-on-...
This drove me crazy for the past hour, but I think I just figured it out---it seems that your profile image will not display to the address you are sending the email to until they send you an email back.
Choosing Which Language People View Your Profile In
By default, members will see your profile in the language they’re
using on LinkedIn. If you don’t have a profile in that language,
they’ll see your profile in the language you used during setup.
You can’t choose which language people view your profile in.
However, you can create profiles in multiple ...
If you follow these points, it will work:
Go to the Likes page of your profile and click Edit.
Remove your embarrassing like from its category by hovering over it
and clicking the "X" that shows up.
Scroll down to one of the other categories that you don't use—like
"Sports Teams," "Video Games," or "Inspirational People"—and change
its privacy setting to "...
Last.fm doesn't have the concept of "private" profiles, neither can you selectively hide modules, so this isn't possible.
sidenote: I use last.fm for music discovery - hiding these is pointless and goes exactly against why you're using last.fm.
You can change your profile's text color by changing the theme. To do so:
Click on your avatar image in the upper right corner of the screen
On the dropdown menu, click Profile
Click the Edit profile button (on the right side of the screen)
Click the Theme color button*
Select a preset color, or choose your own by typing in the value in the input box** and ...