Over on Voce Nation the other day I wrote about the redesigned and reimagined bit.ly. The service used to be 90% about shrinking links for use on social networks (primarily Twitter, where every character is sacred) and then providing analytics for those links. The new version emphasizes sharing more and is meant to be a Delicious-esque bookmarking service of sorts while still retaining its link-shortening functionality as well.
One thing I didn’t note in that post that’s greatly improved is the creating of link Bundles. That’s not a feature that I, at least, use a ton but the ability to take a number of links and package them all up into one is now dead simple where before it was kind of a muddled process. So for all the complaints that others have lodged about what’s changed that’s one thing the bit.ly team got absolutely right.