Murphy's Law: URL Shortener Tr.im Turns Open-Source... and Open-Fire

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mikeart03a

Interesting read here, while I don't use URL shortners a whole lot (URL forwarding with my own domains works fine when I need to), it's interesting to see how things are headed. I wonder if this open source go will pick up any steam.

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Michael Artelle Online Solutions
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n0ctis

The Murph for the win!

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.: vires et honos :.

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1337Goose

Wow Dave, I hate this URL shortening crap, but that was a damn fine article. It read like a good novel. Thumbs up!

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TheMurph

Thanks, 'leet Goose.  That means a lot!

You have now officially won the "Dave's Favorite Reader" award for Wednesday. Tell your friends.  :D

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1337Goose

Sweet. This is going on my fridge, but can I have reader of the week for Thurday? Wednesday was over 50 minutes ago here in Eastern time.

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TheMurph

Psh.  This isn't Maximum PC International.  You get PST or nothing.  ; )

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Mike Hawk

You gotta love trim!

Wait... tr.im ohh i- NVM

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