Which is really
What's this fascination with tinyurl?? How can we tell whether we've
visited a site before, when only presented with a 5-digit hash?
I'd much rather get a tinyurl than a five-line URL which has somehow
had line breaks inserted along the way, which has wound up with either
back-slasshes or equal-signs in random locations that I have to
recognize and remove by hand. Best is to provide both the real url
and the tinyurl.
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