Love Twitter, but wish it looked more like Facebook, Pinterest or Google +? But too bad! The social network is testing a redesign that brings the 140-character message feed in line with the look and feel of its social brethren. The redesign, as it appears to a small sample of users who began to see the new look on Tuesday, takes an individual users header photo and stretches it across the top of the page, much like Facebooks cover photo. Likewise, profile pictures are bigger in size and shifted to the side, and users can now more easily sift through tweets that contain photos and video, which overall seem to get a lot more emphasis on the page. Mashable, an early spotter of the change, wrote that pretty much every tweet appears larger now, too. And at least some profile pages no longer use an entirely vertical feed, with tweets appearing two across down the page.