Have you ever wondered just how many of your tweets have been geolocated, either on purpose or by accident? An interesting effort indeed as I’m sure this is a much larger issue than what you may have first thought. There’s no doubt that many people are accidentally providing geopositioning in their tweets and may not even be aware that they have enabled GPS tags to be stored with their tweet. Enter GeoSocial Footprint.
This web service lets you enter a twitter username and receive back a map showing geolocated tweets. The service returns a ranking, areas of concern, and an option to download the tweets as a CSV file. Pretty darned cool!
About GeoSocial Footprint
A geosocial footprint is the combined bits of location information that a user divulges through social media, which ultimately forms the users location "footprint". For Twitter.com users, this footprint is created from GPS enabled tweets, social check-ins, natural language location searching (geocoding), and profile harvesting. This website provides twitter users with an opportunity to view their geosocial footprint. In additional it informs users of some potential areas of concern with their current sharing habits.
Give it a try at http://geosocialfootprint.com