Twinester is a bit late to the market with the actual lists feature of Twitter stealing all the news. They aren’t the first service to suffer the blos of when Twitter includes a feature that they worked hard to develop. The home page is colorful and easy to understand. There are three columns to begin. Hot nests, recent and last users of the site itself. You are able to sort nests by category across the top navigation and the site uses oAuth to log in.
Each nest shows as a block with a small description. You can join the nest (if logged in) or click the nest name itself to see the members. One thing I did notice is the large amount of groups in Spanish. I am presuming this site is based and originated somewhere from there. Even the BlackBerry group (which is a Canadian company) had the description in Spanish.
Each member of the nest is shown in a tiny block with where you see their avatar, twitter name, real name (if known) and other nests they are part of. Otherwise there was no help to be found, only a contact address.
I would like to see more help. Such as when I join a nest am I following everyone in that nest or getting messages sent to that nest? How does that whole feature work? I think an About or help page would be largely beneficial.