Shorten links to be Twitter-friendly with j.mp

Any Twitter users out there will know that URLs and 140 characters don't really mix that well, especially if you actually want to talk about the link as well!  Typically you would use a URL shortening service such as the original tinyurl.com or one of the newer, shorter versions such as bit.ly.

Well there is a new kid on the block who's even shorter: j.mp

J.mp is another member of the bit.ly family just with two less letters, but it's going to be perfect for Twitter.  I use the bit.ly bookmarklet to generate my links but it appears that there is not a version for j.mp yet, so I created my own:

Drag this link to your browser toolbar to get started:    Shorten with j.mp

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1 comment:

aakashi said...

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