Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Try is becoming the new standard for link shortening.

ReadWriteWeb has an interesting posting about it here. "A little startup called has unseated TinyURL as the default link shortening service on Twitter. This isn't just about shortening links, though. "The truth about," enterprise software analyst James Governor said today, "is that it's not a URL shortener, it's a trend management and metrics platform."

This is's link to the California School Libraries Work! wiki .

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