It was 25 years ago, but we've never forgiven the Libyans for shooting Doc Brown. Now, it seems, they're trying to take away our short URLs too. Muchos sadface.
Vb.ly, an URL shortener that didn't turn away risque Web addresses, falls victim to a judgment that it violated Libyan law. What's that mean for Bit.ly?
This week discuss the shortcomings of the Nokia N8, give mad props to our listeners for amusing Photoshop work, and crown the Kindle our gadget of the week.
Automattic eschews Bit.ly and the like, goes for custom shortener.
Kenley Bradstreet joins to show to fill in Justin's shoes, after he has an unfortunate accident with a missing bike seat. On today's show, Jeff rants about Digg's new ads while he gets new Hoboken Twitter followers.
Launch of a new link shortening service shines a light on shortener policies.
Rafe Needleman and I get in a fight over Windows 7's loose activation policy. Brian Tong suggests we hug it out. Rafe and I seem to prefer stabbing it out. We also take Flickr to task for censoring images and wonder why the Internet addiction center is