Twitter replaces TinyURL with, will they buy it?

According to Marshall Kirkpatrick of ReadWriteWeb Twitter has "crowned the King of all Short Links" and replaced TinyURL as the default URL shortening service that Twitter uses. (I’m cdevroe, btw)

Scaling to keep up with the demands of Twitter, since Twitter is growing at a remarkable rate, is an obvious concern. Will Twitter buy to help scale/fund it? I hope they do. Not only because I like – but because then I could say I told you so.

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