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A week ago, Instagram announced its new video feature just as Vine gave us a sneak peek into future updates. While Instagram lets you record up to 15 seconds of video and gives you the option to remove frames and add filters, we don't see it as a threat to Vine (especially since loading videos on Instagram isn't quite quick enough for our modern, lightning-speed standards.) And when it comes to recording live events like Wendy Davis' filibustering or the final verdict of the SCOTUS on DOMA, Vine seems to be the preferred medium. It's been an emotional week for all of us, so why not unwind with some of the week's best Vines?
The Top 5 of the Week, In Our Opinion:
How I feel about Instagram getting video, by Marcus Johns
The cutest way to depict some cutthroat competition.
Time to get ready for next year, by Andrew Ferrence
A man's shaving routine has never been so enchanting.
How my mouth tastes after flossing, by Frank Danna
This #6SECFILMS shortlister presents some convincing research.
Sylvio loves many things, by Simply Sylvio
Sylvio is a gorilla with surprisingly eclectic tastes.
The Godfather is furious, by MCandFriends
A clever flipbook-animated dialogue between two cultural icons.
The Week in Celebrity Vines:
Thank you, by MIA
A look into MIA's golden life.
Being Naked in Al Roker's Office, by Will Sasso
Former MADtv cast member Will Sasso was a guest on the Today Show, but not before goofing around with Al backstage.
Let's skate this candy bar, by Macklemore
In case you've never experienced vertigo, try watching Macklemore gently nudge a candy bar down a skate ramp.
And the Most Popular Vine of the Week Is...
The intern foot race, by Daniel Wein
As the SCOTUS decision on DOMA was made, interns raced to deliver the news to their respective stations (in this case, it's to Pete Williams of NBC!)