I've had to make several TinyURLs so that my comments would fit into the limitations that we have. I used unique names so that they can be reused by others:
Links to answers
- http://tinyurl.com/codyESP (Cody's answer about ESP charges)
- http://tinyurl.com/NikeBader (Nike's answer about Bader charges)
Links to other MMSE content
- https://bit.ly/2DhnxtD (top voters on MMSE of all time)
Links to Git repositories
- https://tinyurl.com/MMgit1 (Modeling Matters Git repo, showing how I made input/output files available when I got the user's code working)
Links to Meta posts
- https://tinyurl.com/onlyOneTopic (when suggesting to people that it's better to stick to 1 topic)
Links to Wikipedia articles
- https://tinyurl.com/BerryCurvature (part of the Wikipedia article that uses the notation ProfM used)
There's surely others that I did long before I started tracking them, so they can be added as I or others find them.
Edit: Tristan Maxson has pointed out that these seem to expire after not too long. We'll have to come up with a better solution. Until then, this SEDE query will help to determine where link rot might occur.