Friday, June 27, 2008

All a-Twitter Over TinyPaste

After dropping by TechCrunch this morning I read a nifty story by Mark Hendrickson about TinyPaste. It's news that I'm sure all of my Twitter-using friends will appreciate. When my pals exceed their 140 character limit in Twitter (now who'd ever do something like that?) they can turn to TinyPaste where, after pasting a larger than allowed block of text, the service conveniently generates a short URL. The short link sends its users to a page displaying the poster’s message. Like Hendrickson notes, it's sort of "like TinyURL for text."

1 comment:

Tim Kelly said...

Jeff~ TinyPaste or SketchUp, you are on the pulse. BTW we continue work on The Project. Read your various emails to get in touch.