Vine, the weird looping video service powered by Twitter, is ending its service today. While the site will remain available as an archive, today's the last chance you'll have to download your videos easily.
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The impending demise of Vine, the video upload service with a six-second limit, came as a surprise to most of us. There isn't much we can do to stop it, but you can save your account's content before it's eventually deleted from the internet forever. One option is to export them to Giphy, which not only preserves them in their original format, but also converts them to GIFs for extra sharing potential.
Chrome: If you love Vine and want to use it on your desktop browser, you're in luck. VineClient does almost everything the mobile Vine app allows you to do, and adds a few extras as well, such as downloading videos.
Earlier this week we showed you a handy keyboard shortcut for strikethrough text in Excel. Here's a video demo, courtesy of Vine.