With the rash of Digg bans on great content sites, just because they are "SEO" related, what's a website owner to do? Although not exactly for the website owner, the Mu Life is pointing out a loop hole to those bans. For those readers/users of Digg who find a really great article on a site that is banned from Digg, there seems to be an alternative. How? Well it's all about the URL.
Muhammad Saleem explains that sites like tinyurl.com and shurl.org could be seen as a solution of working around a ban on Digg - although he's not suggesting it should be used - for now it could be (until Digg closes this loop hole). The sites themselves do monitor for spam, so "spamming" them isn't a smart idea - but if there's a great story you think should be seen by the community on a banned site, it seems to be the work around since it doesn't violate the terms of service at Digg.
Check out the Mu Life for a more in-depth explanation of this. Please note - Muhammad Saleem, isn't saying to do this, he's just pointing out this loop hole.