There are so many ways Twitter could end up looking like a fool if it gave up control of Vine that it would rather bury the app than sell it. There’s little to gain and a lot to lose. So in the spirit of Vine, I’m going to break down the reasoning into 6-second snippets of text:
That all makes sense.
By killing off Vine instead of allowing someone else to breathe new life into it or assigning a small skeleton crew to maintain the app:
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