With the advent of Twitter came one clear requirement- the need to shorten URLs so as to save on those precious 140-characters. But there’s far more to be said for cutting down on the size of links than space alone. Back in 2012 Bit.ly, arguably the most prominent link shortening service, underwent a significant redesign. Not for no good reason,...
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