What the end of Vine means for creativity on the internet

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Vine, one of the internet’s most creative social platforms, shuts down today, leaving behind a legacy of comedy, magic, music, vulgarity and the inherent frailty of our social media obsessions.

Similar to its parent company, Twitter, Vine couldn’t grow beyond its roots. There were millions of users but only a fraction of them created the content that drove Vine into public consciousness. 

I was one of them, though I could never post at the pace of my peers on the platform, and I wasn’t equipped to ride the wave of celebrity and wealth that, for a brief time, came with Vine success. Read more…

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Stella Densmore