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Hello. Usually when you get the reset cookies token means the internet server/connection is poor. You can try to log-in on another server or wait for a while (if possible a day or a few hours) to log-in again.
twitter is twitchy just give it time and don't sweat it. their server is small for the number of users joining. hence the early Myspace it sucked until they made the server better! just ride it out for now.
One of my customers had the EXACT same problem. We initally thought it was the EA servers, but it turns out all he needed to do was "power cycle" all his electronics. So, try unplugging your router first. Wait 30 seconds, then plug it back in. Going thusly to your modem, console, and so on... Give it a shot, bro. It beats shaking your fist at your PS3!
When attempting to log-in on Facebook, I am being greeted with a "Network Timeout - The server at login.facebook.com is taking too long to respond." error message.
The best solution I can offer is to try logging in to Facebook again in a day or two. It is most likely a Facebook issue, NOT a user issue. The Facebook staff may be doing maintenance, there may be some kind of outage, or the server could simply be overloaded at the moment. In any of these cases, there is nothing a Facebook user can do but sit patiently and try again in a day or two.