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Tech Talk-Latest Social Media Craze - Vine App

Vine is growing
    There once was a time when really short shorts meant this.
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    Today, it means this.
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    The video-sharing app Vine was launched in January by Twitter.
    Yes, the same company that made communicating 140 characters at a time the norm.
    Vine fuels creativity by limiting the length of video clips to just six seconds.
    Those videos are then posted on an endless loop to your Twitter account.
    Since its debut, Vine has become a go-to service for not just avid tweeters, but advertisers.   
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    And celebrities.
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    This woman created what may be the world's first Vine resume.
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    And it landed her a job.
    Actor Adam Goldberg came to be knownas "the Kng of Vine," thanks to his soap series.  Here he pieces together one man's unraveling life.
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    Six seconds at a time.
    Vine's even made a teaser out of teasers.
    Check out this six second trailer for the movie "Wolverine."
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    The app has become so entrenched in pop culture, the Tribeca Film Festival has taken notice.  Its letting Vine vets vie for their shot at six seconds of glory.....with a competition for best Vine video.
    Here's one contender's take on the film classic "Citizen Kane."
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    The beauty of Vine is that you don't need to be a trained photographer or techie to create a mini-masterpiece.
    There are no filters, no editing or ways to add audio.
    In fact, the biggest obstacle on Vine is time.
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