The new page looks exactly like the one the microblogging site posted earlier, but apparently this time comes with fewer bugs. Neowin.net reported the change, stating that they had revised many of the issues that initially plagued users.
The Twitter homepage has seen quite a few revisions now, coming a long way from its humble beginnings. You can see the site's homepage's first reinvention here, or compare the new page to its predecessor here.
The new page aims to encourage the idea of following topics and interests over people, though some specific users are featured on the page. The new screen lists a number of popular Twitter accounts and appears designed to encourage users to select who they follow based on what they're interested in. Specifically the page features the slogan, "Follow your interests."
LOOK: The new Twitter.com: