Twitter has gone from “What are you doing?” to “What’s happening?”
The fundamentally open model of Twitter created a new kind of information network and it has long outgrown the concept of personal status updates. Twitter helps you share and discover what’s happening now among all the things, people, and events you care about. “What are you doing?” isn’t the right question anymore—starting today, we’ve shortened it by two characters. Twitter now asks, “What’s happening?”
I’ve been using Twitter as if it asks “what kind of smart-alecky wise-guy comment do you want to make now, smart ass? You know you’re the only one who reads your shit, right? Loser.”
That wouldn’t fit in the header graphic though.