Snow storm prompts a blizzard of Vine videos

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Snow leopards

— Jerome Haines (@jrome) February 8, 2013

Finding #nemo in the sea of snow

— Reesa Toppel Lake (@ReesaToppelLake) February 8, 2013

Cute! Winter Storm Nemo is providing a handy excuse for tech-savvy social media users to test out their Vine skills. What’s Vine, you say? Get with the times! The new mobile app is Twitter’s latest social media experiment. As the company explained a few weeks ago, Vine “lets you capture and share short looping videos. Like Tweets, the brevity of videos on Vine (6 seconds or less) inspires creativity.”

Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow:

Outside the AC360 newsroom in NYC. #blizzard #nemovines

— Anderson Cooper 360° (@AC360) February 8, 2013

Tompkins dog run fun. In the snow

— (@papermagazine) February 8, 2013

Ouch. RT @photog4ny: Got stuck in the snow?? #Blizzard #Snow #weather #News

— Patrick deHahn (@patrickdehahn) February 8, 2013

#nemo is intense. Avery loves it. #snow #snowpocalypse

— Dan Chizzoniti (@danchiz) February 8, 2013

Cool time-lapse:

At, the Vine’s use becomes clear to me. Snow time-lapse: RT @matthewbattles: Here it comes…

— Richard Nash (@R_Nash) February 8, 2013


@fieldproducer “@adamgabbatt Updated vine snow report nyc

— Adam Gabbatt (@AdamGabbatt) February 8, 2013

Still snowing.

— Adam Gabbatt (@AdamGabbatt) February 8, 2013

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