Vine Will Never Die

Vine Will Never Die

Vine 2 is back and so is Miss Keisha

Vine is an amazing 7-second video application that has made all of our lives better. When the application shut down in 2016 I actually shed a tear because I was an active user who loved the app. I did not understand how such a thing could happen?! Since their deactivation, the fans of Vine have become enraged and desperate some of them even making compilation videos of their favorite vines to commemorate the incredible app. Even a book has been published called Milk and Vine (I have two copies) which quote some of the best vines to ever happen to the app.

With all of this talk of Vine, the creator Dom Hofmann heard our wails and recently dropped this tweet about a Vine 2 happening!


Dom is continuing to give us updates on this new application and we are all excited to see what it has in store for us.

Let's talk about a few things I hope to see in Vine 2.

1. Content Creators that create ACTUAL CONTENT

Wouldn't it be amazing if we could just come together as a community and make sure certain trash content creators (cough Lele Pons) don't get to have the opportunity to ruin the new and improved app. Instead, let's lift up some of the actual humorous content creators such as Christine Sydelko, Chloe Lmao, Danny Gonzalez, or Drew Gooden.

2. Time limit

Another thing I would really appreciate is to keep the time limit at 6 seconds. I feel like if it goes upwards to 30 seconds or even a minute it won't feel the same.

3. "Nope" Button

I really like the idea of there being a "nope" button which has recently been hinted at where you can "nope" a certain video and you won't see videos like that anymore or even videos similar to that. Goodbye Jacob Sartorius and all other Magcon boys!

4. Vine Playlists

One last thing I would really enjoy is being able to save certain vines in like folders? Like vine playlists maybe? I don't know now that I say that it sounds crazy, but sometimes I feel like there are certain vines that I know can cheer me up, but are hard to find individually so having a playlist of all my favorites would be amazing.


In conclusion, I can not wait for this app to be launched and I am willing to do or pay whatever the cost so I can enjoy Vine again.


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The Logan Paul Fiasco Is Just A Symptom Of A Much Larger Problem

In the wake of Logan Paul's suicide forest debacle, I decided to explore how this could even happen in the first place.

Wow, 2018 sure has started off with a bang, hasn't it? First, Donald Trump seemingly threatens North Korea with nuclear annihilation. Then, all these stupid memes about tide pods and Knuckles the echidna circulate across the web, and finally, Logan Paul decided that he would not be outdone.

Yes, the YouTube star decided to vlog in Japan, and every foreigner who has ever hated American tourists for their arrogance and ignorance has been validated. When he arrived in the country, Paul stated that Japanese culture was all about respect. He then proceeded to run around streets in traditional Japanese attire, buy a Game Boy Color from a store only to immediately spike it on the road like a football, and oh yeah, went to the suicide forest, and decided to film the body of a man they found who had recently hung himself in the forest.

Yep, Logan Paul found a dead body and decided to post it on YouTube. I imagine this is what the end of "Stand By Me" would've looked like if it were written today, and by a trash person. Paul has since apologized after lots of backlashes.

Logan Paul is one of, if not the fastest growing star on YouTube, and this controversy has barely affected his ascent in subscribers, some of which defended his actions, and even sent threats to those who didn't. Also, I feel I am justified in saying that both Logan and his brother Jake Paul (a former Disney channel actor turned YouTuber) are both arrogant pricks who make their livings messing with people and being an overall nuisance to anyone they encounter and have no concept of consequences for their actions, but this article isn't about them.

I believe that their popularity is only a result of several fundamental problems with YouTube.

First, I want to get into YouTube's algorithms. It's how the site decides what videos are recommended for you, and more importantly to this story, what videos are on the trending page. Logan Paul's suicide forest video, the one with the dead body in the thumbnail, and the one with the words "dead body" in the title was NUMBER 1 on trending.

YouTube's algorithm exposed millions of people to this deplorable video.

YouTube wasn't even able to take the video down; this was a video that had to have been flagged thousands of times, and it was only removed because Logan Paul himself took it down after all of the backlashes. YouTube was simply unable to do anything about this, and there have to be changed to ensure that they don't let things like this slip through the cracks again.

The real question, at least to me, is why even make a video this ridiculous and ignorant and disrespectful in the first place?

The answer, of course, is for the content. Unfortunately, this is not new. YouTubers have been doing shocking things to get views for years now, and this has led to the bar being raised. Many things that were shocking before simply aren't anymore. We've seen it so many times we get numb, so creators come up with even crazier things to do. Eventually, it becomes normalized, and the cycle continues on and on until we have people filming dead bodies in haunted forests.

YouTubers are trying to get a rise out of us so that we click on their videos, and they're seeing how much they can get away with. It seems that on the internet, no matter which site you go to, the loudest, most obnoxious, most divisive voices always rise to the top, but they don't have to. We can resist that knee-jerk angry share that they want from us.

We don't have to give these idiots the light of day, and we can tell them that we have had enough of their crap, not with our voices, but with our views, because once those go away, they'll have no choice but to listen up.

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