Sorry Twitterverse, but if you've got something to say and it comes along with a URL, you'll just have to say it in 117 characters or less. 

Twitter first announced the cut back in December, due to a change to its t.co wrapper. The change extended the maximum length of t.co wrapped links from 20 to 22 characters for non-https URLS and from 21 to 23 characters for https URLs, reports Mashable. Put another way, there's less room for you to comment on a link, and starting today, you'll have two fewer characters to do so. 

[via Mashable]

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