Twitter’s opt-in location feature enables the service to tip you to localized trends and allows your tweets to be aggregated by local-interest sites. It can also be fun when you tweet from your vacation or want bragging rights for visiting some exotic locale.
There may be times, however, when even people who have activated the location tags may not want others to know exactly where they’re tweeting from.
“Please Don’t Stalk Me” is a site created by a Dutch programmer that allows you to send a tweet “from” anywhere in the world. After logging into the site with your Twitter account, the simple Google Maps interface allows you type in or just drag the push pin to whatever location you want, and then send a tweet that carried the location data for that spot.
Be sure to activate the location feature if you want to use the site.