And I was just debating whether or not to split off my Twitter Photoshop template pages from my main ringtone site.
I periodically experiment with Twitter, but as far as I can see it still has the lowest signal to noise ratio of any major platform on the web. What Twitter really needs, from my perspective, is a decent learning algo that filters out all the crap I don't care about (i.e. if I follow someone I don't know personally because that person is an expert on widgets, I really only want her widget posts and maybe topics one step away from widgets, but it's likely that person makes 10 posts about where she is and what she's eating for every post on widgets).
@dethfire not quite true. Every time you get a new follower, or you see a new recommendation, the profile is the first thing they see. I don't know about you, but, i'm careful about who I follow, and looking at their profile is one of the things that indicated to me whether I should follow them or not. It's very important to get a good profile for those reasons alone, imho.
Yeah, I always look at the profile of people I'm thinking of following, and of the people who follow me.
I did set up the new header photo using the recommended 1,500x500 size. The interaction between that photo and the profile photo is interesting. The profile photo moves sideways a bit depending on the window size.
And then there's the different behavior when viewing on a mobile device, tablet in my case.