|Jack Dorsey - WIRED UK|
In April, when bombs ripped through the finish line of the Boston Marathon, there was a defining online visual of the explosion. It wasn't a photograph or a YouTube video; instead, it was a short, looping video called a Vine. Owned by Twitter and launched in January, Vine is to short videos what Instagram is to snapshots: you shoot, edit and share clips, all through a mobile app. As Boston showed, Vine has quickly become an integral part of online culture. Wired chatted with the service's three young founders -- Rus Yusupov, Dom Hofmann, and Colin Kroll -- about how Vine grew up. WIRED UK
Sunday, August 18, 2013
WIRED UK: The founders of Vine Open up about their Six-Second Sensation
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