Wired.com takes a peek at the new look/new features that will be rolled out across the network over the next day or so. If you can see the changes on your homepage already, what do you think?
This seems like a good general opportunity for readers to let other readers know that they tweet and where they can find each other. So drop a link to your tweetstream, or go forth and follow!
One thing I really wish twitter would look into is multiple usernames on a single login. I have a private stream, a public stream, the HaT stream and my comedy-news stream. I handle them simultaneously well enough on Seesmic, but it would be easier if that was built in to Twitter itself. For me, anyway!
I also have a terrible tendency to not notice when I’ve got dozens of follow requests pending on my private stream, and then when I try and accept the nonspambot ones I find that Twitter is having one of its buggy times and won’t let me do it. So apologies to anybody who feels I’ve ignored you – I might have a bit, but it’s mostly Twitter’s fault.
In other social networking news, Diaspora, the open-source Facebook clone, is finally getting somewhere towards its goal:
The goal behind the Diaspora project is to create a social network that puts users in charge of their own data. As the developers put it, Diaspora aims to be a “privacy-aware, personally controlled, do-it-all open source social network.”
So what’s on your social network wishlist?