For the past few days now, Twitter has allowed you to see only one page- the most recent one. This means you have an access to the 20 most recent messages that span on the average 28 minutes during the day!! If you tweet, let’s say, 12 messages in any 28 minutes, you are going to occupy more than half of the space. This means that your friends who posted tweets before you are going to be pushed out of sight quite quickly.
I know that it is easy to be carried away and to forget the ongoing Twitter crisis. But, the net result is that people’s Tweets are pushed out too quickly. Is this fair to them? I don’t think so.
I’ve a suggestion for this dark period of the current Twitter crisis. How about limiting one’s tweets to no more than 1 tweet in 30 minutes? You could then aggregate the rest of your thoughts or announcements in a blog. This might make more room for other people to express themselves and increase the chances to be read as long as the present Twitter crisis persists.