Nope. If you post using an OAuth application that application is what it
shows up as coming from.

You can always send the user to


On Wed, Jul 15, 2009 at 18:46, AccountingSoftwareGuy <
> wrote:

> Hi I am using the new oAuth method for communicating with the Twitter
> API.  It appears the default behavior is to include the application
> name as the source of a post.  For instance...
> [date/time] from DynamicTweets
> This is fine in most cases but in certain cases we want to make a post
> look like it came from the web and not display our application name...
> [date/time] from web
> Is this possible, I've looked through many threads and I can't seem to
> find a way to do this and the "source=" parameter doesn't seem to work.

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