The Science of Urine Taught Me the Art of Making Wine
"I approach vines just like I approach patients in my office: I talk to my grapes, confer with the branches, press the sacks—I mean clusters—of fruit in order to examine their juices..."
RIP Vine: Here Are the Best Food Vines Ever
This is it: the definitive list of the best food Vines ever. They are truly legendary, and we’ll have them right here waiting for you if you ever need them again.
Remembering the Best Vines Ever Made Now That Twitter Has Killed Vine
Goodnight, sweet prince.
How ‘Wine Terrorists’ Flooded a French Town with Red Wine
In the past, CRAV has been suspected of destroying vines in the Languedoc, lighting the offices of one of France’s biggest winemakers on fire, plotting to disrupt the tour de France, and destroying thousands of liters of Spanish wine.
Damn Daniel Saves Rivers Cuomo From Himself in Weezer's New Video for "California Kids"
Damn Weezer, back at it again with the memey videos!
Can an Algorithm Recognize Creativity?
One team at Yahoo Labs is using micro-videos to develop an algorithm for the identification of creativity.
The Girl Who Stopped a Misogynistic English Comedian from Performing at Her University
Dapper Laughs won't be making the students of Cardiff "proper moist" for a while.
These Vines of Bat Tricks Are More Mesmerizing Than Any Baseball Game
These vines may not count as sports, but they definitely count as art.
Video Artist Creates Dreamy Worlds Using Vine
We talked to artist Tom Shea about the term "Vine Art," and if the social media tool has room to be a true arts platform.
Anne Horel's "GIF & Vine" Series Explores Possibilities Of Hybrid A/V Looping
The French 'net artist plunges us into endless loops with her hybrid GIF/Vine combos.
The Vine Video Player Curbs Our Visual ADHD
Now you can literally hold your favorite six-second clips of RiFF RAFF and Bo Burnham
Typhoid, Horny Female Truckies and an Onslaught of Weed
Two outbreaks swept through the Northern Territory last week, forcing government intervention and scrambled attempts to warn the public. One was a weed known as rubber vine, the other, typhoid.