Blurring the lines between what happens on the web and physical interactions seems to be the order of the day, really. And sites like Twitgift just make that loss of contour become more significant. Generally speaking, Twitgift is a site that will let you send somebody a gift without even knowing his shipping address. This is made possible by asking a friend on Twitter if he wants to accept a gift. If he does indeed accept what you want to send him, then the company takes care of shipping everything for you. At no point in the process is anybody’s actual address disclosed to each other, so that privacy is protected at all times. A service like this can be put to as many uses as you want, with romantic ones easily springing to mind. At least that is the way I see it – Valentinos couldn’t ask for a better platform. I am sure you can dream up a couple of good uses yourself, and that they will be different from the one that I just highlighted.