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One of the highlights of AllThingsD’s “D: Dive Into Mobile” conference in April was Twitter product head Michael Sippey’s 1-on-1 with Peter Kafka about Vine.
AllThingsD just released the full video of the conversation, and it is definitely worth a watch.
Yes, we’re bringing you news of yet another cool job posted at Twitter.
If you love nothing more than creating and watching Vines, that won’t qualify you for this job, but combine that enthusiasm with actual expertise and you might have a shot!
But please note, there’s one desired qualification that we’re guessing is pretty important: They want someone “hilarious.”
Online is playground for wiseasses. Twitter knows this (how could it not?) and now, by extension or osmosis or what have you, so does Vine.
And the six-second video maker just released an update that demonstrates its complete ninja-like mastery of this knowledge. Yep, this feature is going to make you stop and try Vine right this second, if you haven’t already. Even savvy businesses will love this new ability because it just makes too much sense: The ability to shoot front-facing videos.
Can you hear the people practicing in front of their phones right now? Because they are.
The film fest this year challenged people to use Twitter’s Vine app to create 6-second films — with a “beginning, middle and end” — for a special #6SecFilms contest.
And the 40 finalists have been released.
If you’re a musician on Twitter or just a fan of awesome things, you HAVE to see this.
It’s a music video that’s continuously changing, pulling in specifically hashtagged Vines – and the result is pretty fantastic.
Oh, and if you’re a musician seeking publicity, they may highlight your song next month (if you ask nicely).