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The Best Five Things Online This Week

Friday, April 24, 2015

The first ever video on YouTube; Amy Schumer's remarkably poignant parody of Friday Night Lights; a cute dog vine to watch over and over. Here's what's good on the web.

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Studio 360

Five Things You Had to See Online This Week

Friday, April 24, 2015

Amy Schumer wins the internet this week, but Rihanna and a wonderful golden retriever named Maple came out to play, too.
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On The Media

Welcome to Horse Vine

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Look, some teens love horses, trap music, and video editing.
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Studio 360

10 Things You Had To See Online This Year

Tuesday, December 30, 2014

There were good things happening on the internet in 2014, from ClickHole to Kermit to a great new podcast called Serial. 
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Studio 360

Five Things You Had To See Online This Week

Thursday, June 19, 2014

This week in “Thanks, Internet” — floppy disk drive jams, MS Paint World Cup recaps, OK Go makes another masterpiece, farewell to funnies, and the most important six seconds of Summer 2014.

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New Tech City

10 New York City Vine-ographers You Should Follow

Friday, January 24, 2014

Who are your favorite Vine-ographers in New York City? That's what we asked people in the Vine community in recent weeks. We've heard about dozens of incredible comedians, musicians, stop-motion artists and illustrators who bring New York to life with their six-second videos. Here are 10 of our favorites.

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Meet the Vine-ographers Who Can Make $10k in 6 Seconds

Friday, January 24, 2014

Unlike Twitter and Instagram, the video-sharing app Vine isn't dominated by celebrities. The most popular users are comedians, musicians and stop-motion artists who have built up a following through the app - some have even turned it into a full-time job.

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Studio 360

Six-Second Movies: From Soldiers to the Suburbs

Friday, August 09, 2013

What can you accomplish in six seconds? Unwrap a piece of gum, tie your shoes, or make a very short movie. That’s the premise of Twitter’s video app, Vine — recording video and audio for no more than six seconds. Since the platform launched earlier this year, millions of users have ...

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Studio 360

Big Data Meets Culture & Six-Second Movies

Friday, August 09, 2013

Kurt Andersen finds out how Big Data is helping us decode our culture. The mobile video app Vine brings us six-second dispatches from soldiers in Afghanistan. Thirty years ago, Sue Grafton started a series of novels named for the alphabet, with W if for Wasted out next month. She looks ...

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New Tech City

New Tech City: What Is Augmented Reality? And Vine?

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Imagine blending the real world with computer generated images: glasses or contact lens that are actually computer screens displaying images before our eyes.  Has the future of augmented reality arrived? 

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New Tech City

Coming to a Mobile Device Near You!

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Devindra Hardawar is a national editor at VentureBeat where he focuses on mobile technologies. 

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New Tech City

Vine: Quick Do’s + Don’ts to Make the Most of Six Seconds

Monday, February 18, 2013

Media people love Twitter, so they love that their favorite social network is finally is getting in on video with an app called Vine. Here's how to do it well.

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Slate Culture Gabfest

The Culture Gabfest: 6 Seconds of My Life Manages to Bore Even Me Edition

Wednesday, February 06, 2013

Slate's Dana Stevens, Julia Turner and Brow Beat blog editor David Haglund discuss Netflix's new series "House of Cards," the movie-making app Vine and gear up for the Oscars with "Silver Linings Playbook."

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Slate Culture Gabfest

Slate: The Culture Gabfest Drinkable Suede Edition

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

In this week's Culture Gabfest, our critics discuss films of recently deceased director Sidney Lumet and PBS’s new show Vine Talk. For their third segment, they’re joined by Slate culture critic Meghan O’Rourke to discuss her new memoir The Long Goo

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