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Re: New mango

> Chris, I've been using snipurls (snurls) for quite awhile and they're very
> handy.  Since I don't have internet access here I can't check to see if
> Jim's inability to use it is universal - I'll try to check tonight.  If
> hort.net could provide the same service, I think it might be good
> advertising for you when we use them elsewhere.  I have a question, though.
> Someone said tinyurls are only good for 60 days or something like that,
> whereas snurls are supposed to last "forever".  How long would horturls
> last?

Hi Kitty,

   tinyurl lasts forever.  horturls would as well.


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