Well, that was what I had come up and that was before I read TechCrunch’s article, New Twitter Cross-Posts To Facebook Have Users Bewildered.
One thing I remembered was that I did not have this application installed currently. I had removed it over a month ago. However, after already posting in my Facebook stream my own bewilderment, I went back to my applications and there it was, the Twitter application for Facebook!. I was kind of angry as I did not want it posted to my Facebook stream. I try to keep some things separate as I talk more with people on Twitter than I do on Facebook, so this would create a ton of messages that others might not appreciate.
I am motivated to write a post on how you can prevent this application from posting to your stream.
Go to your Applications settings and once the page loads. scroll down the page until you see your Twitter icon for your Twitter application. Click on ‘Edit Settings.’ A little window will pop up. You can go to the tab that says ‘Additional Permissions’ and uncheck the box that allows Twitter to publish your tweets to your wall.
If you wish to remove, instead, click on the ‘Profile link’ and go to the actual application. In the left sidebar, near the bottom, you will be able to click on ‘Remove application.’
Hopefully that helps. I know some of you tweet almost as much as I do.