URL shrtng

URL shorteners are a great for turning long links into short links - and this is fantastically useful for... phew, um, I dunno - ever-so-slightly lowering bandwidth, perhaps? But still, why not take advantage of these free and stupid services! I know most of you detest the thought of clicking on a link that (behind the scenes) contains the 13 characters! of mrspeaker.net. How does your browser cope with all these letters?! So here's the 24 character shortened version: http://linkzip.net/F/4JC

Now, the less astute amongst you might think that the new version hasn't been shortened at all. But what you might not realise is that to combat the longer URL, I simply ran the result through another URL shortener. DOUBLY SHORT! Naturally, wanting the best for my reader's browsers, I decided to run the result through 15 different URL shorteners to give you the most shortened URL I possibly could.

So from now on, if you want to link to mrspeaker.net (and I know you do) - you can use this super-dense hyper-shortened link:
http://linkzip.net/F/4JC which was shortened from
http://liteURL.com/?116051 which was shortened from
http://lnk.nu/snurl.com/1g6o which was shortened from
http://snurl.com/1bmlco which was shortened from
http://eweri.com/Eh1u which was shortened from
http://wurl.ca/?r=4oe which was shortened from
http://xrl.in/6jbi which was shortened from
http://is.gd/gaWwV which was shortened from
http://alturl.com/gv49t which was shortened from
http://vbly.us/2ew7 which was shortened from
http://nik.im/4iB1 which was shortened from
http://w8jyd.tk which was shortened from
http://tinyurl.com/34ve64r which was shortened from
http://goo.gl/oZrv which was shortened from
http://bit.ly/6YuThD which was shortened from
mrspeaker.net

That's short!