Mana from the heavens for cloud sceptics - on a day a lot of professional photographers lost all their images due to the failure of photo hosting site Digital Railroad which went under - as Twitter users fanned their egos en masse to parade their 'twitterank' to their followers.
Twitterrank has no apparent purpose beyond a sketchy numerical rating, and there are rumors circulating on Twitter this afternoon that it is basically a fishing expedition.
I picked up on this after seeing Tantek Çelik retweet:
At the time of this writing I'm not sure what's going on with Twitterank, but I have to say it is amazing how promiscuous web app users can be with their security details.
This sort of vanity time wasting harms Twitter's credibility as a useful collaboration and communication tool and adds credence to many IT professional's doubts about the security of online transactions.
The 'Twitterank algorithm is vewy vewy secwet' - your login details should be as well!
Have you got your twitterank yet and did you read the FAQ to see how secure this was?
Not the most encouraging of images, might be worth changing your password if you checked your twitterank...