Codetown ::: a software developer's community
On the surface, bit.ly appears to be a tinyurl.com clone. But, bit.ly has a powerful API so you can use it in your websites. It also has semantic capability and uses Amazon S3 to store your data. It's GeoSpatially enabled, which raises all sorts of possibilities. Think iPhone apps - especially with iPhone 3G's GPS capability. Here's a good article about bit.ly. Ideas?