Okay, so it's kinda dumb. Fine, so it's not a big deal. Sure, so it probably won't even make sense to a lot of people. So what. I think it's neat.
Thanks to LispURL, I can use short URLs in place of URLs too long to look pretty in email and the like without having to use something as dull as tinyurl.com. I guess it's the geeky "Yes, I've heard of Lisp!" version of tinyurl.com.
lispurl.com/cadaaaaddar is Geekend.
lispurl.com/cadaaaadadr is SOB.
I'm going to go play with LispURL a bit more, now — then, probably, sleep. That, or I'll do some more work on a content management system I'm creating for fun.
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Chad Perrin is an IT consultant, developer, and freelance professional writer. He holds both Microsoft and CompTIA certifications and is a graduate of two IT industry trade schools.