Submit a list of URLs and it creates a short URL that takes the client to a page with the list of the links (including an option to open them all).
Good for twittering a collection of links or sharing or 'naming' a list of web-addressable resources.
There is apparently a Firefox extension that will create a list of your open tabs, and an API (at this time, according to the website, the twitter bot is still in development).
Spam-redirects are not a problem (at least an automatic problem), as you are redirected to a list of links, rather than to the links themselves (though, that open all links button could bite).
One hears more and more about personal online identity management. Interesting possibilities with this approach. The collection of links representing my current web presence:
No mention of persistence... how could there be? I wouldn't bundle up all your URLs behind this service just yet. In any case, the idea is intriguing and potentially useful. I wonder if Eric Miller is listening....
A gull at Torquay Beach, south of Melbourne (2008-02)