It doesn't seem that long ago since Facebook's major redesign caused so much controversy, but now the social networking giant is at it again, with a slightly refined design which looks like nothing so much as a Twitter clone (right down to the "What's on your mind?" prompt). Current posts from friends are now emphasised, which I like better than the messy previous tabbed status updates options. On the other hand, the changes aren't likely to switch me away from Twitter, which I use to update Facebook as it is. What do you think of the new design? A welcome relief? Too little too late? You want the old one back? Share in the comments.
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