We'll help you to build your Brand!

I got so worked up over the new Twitter design that it has cost me everything

Written by Latest News.

. -

I sit before you a broken man. My job, my house, my car, even my family…every luxury I enjoyed but a week ago, has vanished. 

It all began yesterday morning. I sat in my cubicle at work, refreshing Twitter, when I noticed a peculiar difference in the layout. Negligible to most, but not to me. The sharp corners I had come to love and expect from the website of Twitter had suddenly become round and curvy. The profile photos…no longer in that familiar square we all loved, but a wretched circle. The font. O, the font…. My eyes could not believe themselves.  

I was upset. Anger shot through my body in red hot fury. I could practically feel the steam billowing from my ears. I was livid. I began to yell.  

“What have they done? The devils! What have they done to my beloved Twitter?” I shouted, as loud as my voice would project.  

“What have they done? The devils! What have they done to my beloved Twitter?” I shouted, as loud as my voice would project.  

My cubicle mate was startled. I began to explain to him how Twitter had changed its layout. I told him how Twitter always changes something about their layout that adds little- nay, COMPLICATES its functionality. I explained to him, at length, the conversation lines, the @name no longer appearing in the replies, the algorithm no longer showing tweets chronologically, but tailored in some incomprehensible fashion that made no sense to anybody. 

He was scared. I hadn’t realized it, but I was now an inch from his face, and clenching my fists in what was apparently misconstrued as a “threatening” manner.  

As security was escorting me out of the office I could not contain my rage. I loudly explained to the security guard that the icon row on the bottom no longer has a profile button, and that now you have to click an icon in the top left corner and then an additional button to see your own profile. He did not seem to care, amazingly. 

As I was driving home, I fired off several tweets to complain about the layout changes, @ mentioning

Read full article

Get in touch:

Telephone: (404) 954-1242


Offices in:

(Atlanta, GA | New York, NY | Dallas, TX )    .

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Social Media:


Atlanta Computer Dude Locations:

mybrand-map

Europe - North America - South America - Australia

www.atlcomputerdude.com