The fall season is full of change. Leaves change their color, pumpkin spice brutally divides a nation, and my social media feeds begin demanding sacrifice. If I went to a pumpkin patch but didn’t post pictures of my trip, is it like I even went? If I think Thanksgiving should get more acknowledgment but don’t rant about it on Twitter, is it like I even care? If I don’t make a big deal about the fall season in general, is it like I even care about anything?
But I digress.
What I do care about is providing you with a roundup of all the changes that are going on with social media over the past couple of weeks, and much like the nature of the fall season, there has been a lot of change going on with the Internet’s big players, starting with…
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Vine has updated its formula by adding the ability to upload previously recorded video. Prior to this update, users were only capable of shooting six seconds of video in-app. Users can now pull uploaded video and utilize a host of new editing tools.
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In October 2012, Twitter made headlines when it purchased an app called Vine for $30 million. At the time, the app was unfamiliar to most. However, in recent months, it’s exploded onto the national information and media scenes
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When Twitter launched its new video service, Vine, in late January 2013, it looked as if the world had been hit with another outlet for the attention-deficit Internet age of online viewers.
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