somebreaking news from the Internet.
Into market news,Twitter is discontinuing Vine.
Now, it was the app famous forvideos lasting just six seconds.
REPORTER: Well, it looks like the vine has withered and died.
It was my favorite partof the Internet.
Now how am I ever going to...All right, that was six seconds.
I'm over it. Okay.So, uh, that's right,
on October 27, 2016, Vine died.
Uh, the cause of deathwas embarrassment
after your grandmother joined,and now it's in heaven
with Friendster, Google+,and, uh, Ask Jeeves.
Uh, well, not Jeeves.I mean, Jeeves is in hell.
It turns outhe was actually in the KKK.
A lot of peopledidn't know that.
Um, but losing Vine is a big...
You guys are shockedlike he's a real person.
But losing Vine is a big deal.
Because now if you wantto broadcast six seconds
of yourself on a loop,you will have to do this.
Now if you want to broadcastsix seconds of a loop,
you'll have to do this.Now if you want to broadcast
six seconds of yourself...You know what I'm saying.
you know who I really feel badfor though?
The people who I really feel badfor though are the Vine stars.
They were peoplewhose whole career
was making six-second videos.
And now they haveto get real jobs.
Think about it.How are they gonna adjust?
They'll show up for workat 9:00 a.m. on the dot.
And then at 9:00 a.m.and six seconds, they're like,
"Well, time to go home!"