Usage: GET /< url> returns a 301 to the destination, if it exists.
What it is: Twitter knows when you click on links because they replace the
direct link with a short URL that they own. You can use a userscript to request
that URL from this server (or one you run yourself) instead, meaning that all
requests for that URL come from a single IP address and are kept in a cache.
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