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Using this astonishing new web utility, you can build a microsite that exists only as a URL. The former Google creator Nicholas Jitkoff, now Dropbox VP of Creative Excellence, has developed a truly sophisticated new web utility he calls ITY BTYS, or standalone Microsoft Web pages that just exists as the URL. Effective limiting of the number of characters per file varies depending on where you want to release it; Twitter and Slack allow about 4,000 characters, while the Mac versions of Chrome can hold up to 10,000 characters.

Nowhere is the website harbored - the entire website as a whole consists of a single web page encoded by the Lempel-Ziv-Markov string of algorithms. Jitkoff says in an explanatory page for Italian bitter pages - which, of course, are saved as Italian bitter pages - that this allows "a significant downsizing of HTML and, in many cases, a print page of content".

It then converts the condensed contents from binaries into a character chain that can act as a default weblinkage. Real dates are saved at the end of the links, consisting of everything after the nick sign. They can also split pages as QR code, as long as the page can be packed to about 2,610 byte.

Jitkoff says that this part is also kept secret, because a web navigator usually does not transmit this part of a web page to a webhost. However Jitkoff doesn't yet know exactly what those guys will do with his creations, which exist as an open resource on Github.


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