A nicer cortito, courtesy of Zerofee

Those who follow me on Twitter are certainly aware of my endless sequence of shared links, some of them shortened using the akos.ma domain, itself powered by cortito, one of my most popular open source projects.

Well, Ela and Paul of Zerofee asked me to give them a hand to install an instance of cortito into their own shortening domain, myze.ro, and in return they contributed an awesome design for cortito!

Disclaimer: Ela and Paul are my cousins :) And if you have not heard about Zerofee, check their website, their blog and their Twitter streams: @Zerofee and @zerofee_ela.

Finally, for those who do not know it, cortito is written using Ruby on Rails, and I have been told that it is even used internally by AT&T Interactive. Feel free to check the code out and use it in your own domain!