I would say it's Twitter.. as soon as you understand what hashtag means LOL! Facebook has a little bit more distractions. ^_^
Facebook has a lot of account and privacy settings to sift through that can affect how much of your profile others can view and of which get changed very often. Twitter is much simpler. If I didn't have friends and family on Facebook I'm not sure I'd even have a profile. So Twitter has my vote.
I would go with Twitter for user friendly vote.
It can take time to build a following though and that can be disheartening. Do a search for "twitter for beginners" to get you started.
I say Twitter. I learned Twitter a lot faster than Facebook.
Twitter is quicker and easier because because it's update status button is much briefer. Each tweet can only be of limited length. Whereas facebook is much longer and has much more detail for users. Which enriches the user experience but there is a lot more pages and text to sift through. I hope this answers your question.
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