The New Twitter [Headlines]

The New Twitter [Headlines]
Design

The new 'fly' site design focuses more on growth and less on changing the experience for already existing users.

Liz Walsh
  • 12 december 2011

For those who are apprehensive about Twitter’s jargon, including hashtags and abbreviations, a new site has been released that focuses on watching a conversation and story occur more than participation in the dialogue. The Atlantic Wire.

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