01 Nov 2008
Friendfeed’s URL shortening service ff.im
Instead of relying on a external URL shortening service like TinyURL, FriendFeed have created their their own service called ff.im.
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FriendFeed recently added a post to Twitter feature meaning they now have to obey the 140 character limit of Twitter.
Instead of relying on a external URL shortening service like TinyURL, they’ve come up with their own service called ff.im. The domain ff.im redirects to Friendfeed, and there is no way to use ff.im directly. Still the service has become pretty popular, judging by the twitter activity.
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