URL shortening service tr.im restarts operations after closing the company for 48 hours.
So I get a tweet from @_snarl telling me that Tr.im is back from the still hot ashes of the declared dead internet company heap to “Resurrect” its url shortening service “due to popular demand.”
Tr.im still claims, maybe justiffiably so, that twitter is practicing what looks like unfair url service switching in renaming url shortening services like tr.im with bit.ly.
Might be a fair gripe, though talk about a Cinderella story! (<–Sorry, had to.)
Maybe now tr.im can figure out a sustainable business model in asking its user base what they would be willing to pay for to support the company’s continued growth?
Read Tr.im’s explanation on its revival here.