Bit.ly bundle, a tool which lets users cluster shortened URLs into a single one and place them into a directory where visitors can read descriptions and leave comments about the content of the displayed URLs, is a welcome surprise among the myriad URL shortening services. Comment fields look and feel like AJAX, but their content is indexed by search engines, such as Google's.
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