Go.USA.Gov! Our Taxpayer Money Hard At Work Shortening URLs.

<img src="" width="215" height="79" /> Does the world really need <a href=" And Fastest, Most Reliable URL Shorteners. Tr.Im Comes Up . . . Short.

<img src="" width="215" height="111" /> When it comes to shortening links, the brevity of the URL is not the only f Can't/Won't Sell, Goes Open Source, Blames Everyone

<img src="" width="177" height="85" />Oh, this is rich. <a href="">The Nambu Network</a>,

Following The Incident, 301works Is Ready To Insure Shortened URLs

<img src="" width="215" height="58" />Perhaps you've been following the fiasco. If not, basically the URL shortening service We Were Just Kidding About Cutting You Off. Also, We're Still For Sale.

<img src="" width="215" height="161" />We don't know what is going on over at Nambu, but it doesn't smell good. Today,

Nambu Wants $80K-$100K For, Considers Shutting Down Its Twitter Client

<img src="" width="215" height="136" />Earlier today, <a href="

The Short and Winding Road

The news that some loser URL shortener is closing down does not prove anything other than that those who promoted it with their links better have gotten something out of the deal already. It’s a Cuts Off's 301works Idea, Wants to Sell

<img src="" width="150" height="200" />Yesterday, upon hearing that the URL shortening service <a href="">Tr.i

Despite All The Angst Around Its Demise, Will Hardly Be Missed

<img src="" width="215" height="51" /> For all the <a href="">angst</a> around the <