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RT.nu – Shorten URLs & Track Them

After reviewing an endless succession of URL shorteners I have developed quite a bit of an allergy to them. They are useful for sure, but nothing could merit a new one being released every day or so. Today I have the honor of reviewing yet another one, which is actually an offshoot site of Retweet.com. Let’s see… input box for shortening purposes. Check. A bookmarklet for doing everything from your best-loved browser....

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TwitHive.com – A New Twitter Web Client

TwitHive is a new Twitter client. It has two features that give it some oomph. To begin with it is completely browser-hosted, effectively letting you tweet from anywhere an Internet connection is available. In second place, you can sign in using OAuth so that you do not have to disclose your particulars to any third party. I know quite a handful of people that are always a bit gunshy to disclose information of that kind, so that is...

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Rnk.me – A New URL Shortener

Should you want to start collecting something which has to do with the Internet, you might as well start collecting sites that shorten URLs. There are so many that it is impossible to keep track of them, and (to me) that fact only highlights the ever-increasing popularity of Twitter, and the level of interest that goes with it. This is a new URL shortener for you to add to your collection. It has the usual features plus an added...

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Repeets.com – All About Retweets

Retweeting is a very widespread practice indeed, and it all boils down to human nature. After all, the art of quoting has existed for centuries and it is only natural that such a practice will be carried into upcoming centuries, in a slightly different shape. That is what retweeting is all about. And that is what this site is all about, too. You see, repeets.com is devoted to tracking the hottest retweets that have hit the...

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