Now Providing URLs

Posted on September 4, 2009

There are more url shortening options available from Business Insider reports that is now offering urls from the domain, which is two characters shorter than .mp is the Internet country code top-level domain for Northern Mariana Islands.
We just popped open our sidebar to send a tweet and got this new URL tool instead. By knocking out two characters from the URL, that means your tweet content can potentially be 1.4% longer.
You can get a shortened url at the website. The site is powered by, which became Twitter's default URL shortener in May.

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