While valid URLs, both "http://is.gd/3HsuO,<a" and "http://is.gd/3HsuO,%3Ca" give 404 errors when followed, while "http://is.gd/3HsuO" gets a page view.
You have to validly delimit URLs when you include them in tweets. If twitter did a shortening on you, then they may have a problem. If you did the shortening (which I think is the case, twitter would have used http:/bit.ly/...) then you need to be more careful when you compose your tweets. I could be all wrong about this, but I hope it helps. Jim Renkel -----Original Message----- From: email@example.com [mailto:twitter-development-t...@googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of Alan Samet Sent: Saturday, September 26, 2009 15:07 To: Twitter Development Talk Subject: [twitter-dev] broken links My tweets all have broken links right now. here are a few of them: http://is.gd/3HsuO,<a encoded as http://is.gd/3HsuO,%3Ca http://is.gd/3HjBL,<a encoded as http://is.gd/3HjBL,%3Ca http://is.gd/3HjfP,<a encoded as http://is.gd/3HjfP,%3Ca can you look at this issue, please? Thanks in advance, Best Regards