This is Twitter's homepage when you go there.
It wants you to log on or register a new account. That's it. Simple.
Very simple except Twitter CEO Dick Costolo referenced millions of log-off users, users who engage Twitter without actively signing on or have an account, who are becoming more and more important to its growth, sort of the same manner in which users go to news or sports sites without signing in.
But you just saw the screen shot of Twitter's homepage. Not very engaging. I think Twitter will be change that more into a portal. Twitters, pictures, headlines, etc. Think Yahoo and MSN.
This Yahoo's page.
Now, imagine it replaced with tweets, trending subjects on Twitter, handles to follow, news, gossips, sports and weather information.