Ever wanted to share your instructable with someone offline? Its hard to remember those random ID's at the end of the URL, isn't it?HAVE NO FEAR, I AM HERE!(Note, you can be afraid of me, if you'd like)Anyway, on to the point.Biobattery!Look at the URL! Its all nice-looking! And what do you know, I added the Allsteps link in for you!You probably want this for yourself, dontcha? Don't worry! Just type this in the URL of your favorite browser!http://instructables.thruhere.net/id/add/name/YOUR_DESIRED_SLUG/id/INSTRUCTABLE_IDThe "slug" is the thing that goes on the end of the URL, in the above case, it was "biobattery". It can be numbers or letters, but it is case-sensitive!The instructable ID should be JUST that random string. No slashes, no ?ALLSTEPS, just the random letters/numbers.Please, please don't abuse this, please. If I find that someones been taking up multiple slugs for an instructable, or not linking to an instructable, you're going to be sorry ;-)All of you who say I should being doing something else, this was done in less than fifteen lines of python! Thats why theres no nice page to create those links, because I'd have to spend 10 minutes making it. I actually spent more time on this post than getting it to work!And if anyone wants to donate a nicer domain, just ping the above domain to get my IP, and let us know ;-)PS: If you hate "instructables.thruhere.net", you can use "ytm.ath.cx", if you can remember it! Its pointed at the same server.