Twitter is reportedly working to redesign its profile pages, making them more visual, with bigger images, and looking a lot more like social rivals Facebook and
Twitter may soon look like Facebook as users of the social networking giant report that they are seeing a new layout which observers note look like a mix of Facebook and other social networking stars.
One of those users is the Twitter account used by Full Sail University’s Electronic Dance Music Organization (@FSEDMOurWay) which took to Twitter to post the screenshot embedded below.
The new layout looks like a hybrid Facebook Timeline and Google+ stream at first glance.
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