Do you ever cringe at seeing interminable website addresses (URLs)? If you ever need to shorten up a URL, just go to Tiny URL: http://tinyurl.com/. It will assign a shortened website for you that you can share more easily with others. You do not even need to sign in or pay for this service. By the way, URL stands for Uniform Resource Locator.
How have you found the Tiny URL to be helpful? When do you use it? Have you ever found it problematic?
I have seen instruction librarians stick a tiny URL to the back of their business cards that they then hand out to their classes, especially if they have created a specific resources (pathfinder or Libguide) page for that particular class. It diminishes the amount of confusion for students, and they can find the page again later--as long as they don't lose the business card, I suppose. : )