Vine App

Vine one of the fastest growing mobile apps

Vine App mobile video iphone ios android googleHave any of you tried the Vine app yet?

Created by the founders of Twitter – Vine is a simple six-second video sharing social app. But because you’re limited to those few seconds, they incorporated a cool way of compiling “micro clips” which essentially allow you to do almost time-lapse style clips.

People are apparently having fun with it, and it’s not bad. You sort of need to be a bit creative to make it work perfectly. Otherwise, you can classify it as another general time-waster we can owe our thanks to the rapidly expanding technology that enslaves billions worldwide.

Below is one example I created – and see a couple more after the break.

This one is entitled “Mark this day in history – a Starbucks with no strollers!”

This is all the no parking signs I could jam into six seconds (and it was only like TWO BLOCKS). “Lots of car hate in Hoboken!”

And finally – a walk along the uptown waterfront:

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joey maxim
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joey maxim

To add a foot note to highly educated people…laptops,garmins tom toms left in the car along with soiled laundry in baskets,laundry bags in audis bmws etc over night. not even under a streetlight instead of going for the 20 for the night to keep the vehicle safe.guess the poster is right ,but ingroance has many facets..drunk hangovers laziness.but the next day the authoritys are to blaim for imcompertance on the intelligent people. Guess these people saved the town but not their possessions..after a tour of the bistros.oh well home owners insurance will cover the thieft. stupid is as stupid does. 😉 😉 😉

yuppiesgohome
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yuppiesgohome

I miss old Hoboken all it is now is party town we were a blue collar town now all the town is blue.The the mayor and concil of the 90’s let it get started and now the yuppies have ruined it 😥 🙁

Chow
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Chow

You are the perfect example of ignorant. This area was a crime ridden area rife with arson and violent crime.

If my ruined hoboken you mean various groups of highly educated people flocking to an area, purchasing property and turning a toxic dump into a livable and thriving community – I guess they have done a terrible job.

By you own admission, you lived in a terrible apartment that was a shanty……additionally the schools have always sucked – something to be proud of.

Here is an article from 1994 (almost 20 years ago)….your Hoboken died a slow and painful death.

nytimes.com/1994/07/05/nyregion/hob...?pagewanted=all&src=pm%5Bquote comment=”220224″]I miss old Hoboken all it is now is party town we were a blue collar town now all the town is blue.The the mayor and concil of the 90′s let it get started and now the yuppies have ruined it [/quote]

escaped68
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I must take exception to your statement about hoboken before yuppies,crime ridden? a lost less then you have now because the cops were proactive, neighbors,you knew your neighbor, looked out for each other and their property, and there were no riding parties out of the projects. School I agree with you to some point but they really weren’t that bad, if you wanted to learn it was there and if not you could quit and get a decent job in a factory. The infrastructure was just as bad as it is now we had water leaks, floods maybe not as many as now so lets put the blame on the rapid rate of building while the under ground utilities were ignored by all. And as far as the politicians they were crooked in 1900 and the are crooked now this is the one constant. This is pretty much the same in every urban area that is under going a gentrification. There is all sorts of envy, jealousy and resentment from both B&R and newcomers and for the most part people deal with it but there is a vocal minority that just don’t get it.[quote comment=”220234″]You are the perfect example of ignorant. This area was a crime ridden area rife with arson and violent crime.If my ruined hoboken you mean various groups of highly educated people flocking to an area, purchasing property and turning a toxic dump into a livable and thriving community – I guess they have done a terrible… Read more »
joey maxim
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joey maxim
68 send squirrel cage a shout..[quote comment=”220251″]I must take exception to your statement about hoboken before yuppies,crime ridden? a lost less then you have now because the cops were proactive, neighbors,you knew your neighbor, looked out for each other and their property, and there were no riding parties out of the projects. School I agree with you to some point but they really weren’t that bad, if you wanted to learn it was there and if not you could quit and get a decent job in a factory. The infrastructure was just as bad as it is now we had water leaks, floods maybe not as many as now so lets put the blame on the rapid rate of building while the under ground utilities were ignored by all. And as far as the politicians they were crooked in 1900 and the are crooked now this is the one constant. This is pretty much the same in every urban area that is under going a gentrification. There is all sorts of envy, jealousy and resentment from both B&R and newcomers and for the most part people deal with it but there is a vocal minority that just don’t get it.[/quote] [quote comment=”220251″]I must take exception to your statement about hoboken before yuppies,crime ridden? a lost less then you have now because the cops were proactive, neighbors,you knew your neighbor, looked out for each other and their property, and there were no riding parties out of the projects. School I agree… Read more »
joey maxim
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joey maxim

68 send squirrel cage a shout..[quote comment=”220251″]I must take exception to your statement about hoboken before yuppies,crime ridden? a lost less then you have now because the cops were proactive, neighbors,you knew your neighbor, looked out for each other and their property, and there were no riding parties out of the projects. School I agree with you to some point but they really weren’t that bad, if you wanted to learn it was there and if not you could quit and get a decent job in a factory. The infrastructure was just as bad as it is now we had water leaks, floods maybe not as many as now so lets put the blame on the rapid rate of building while the under ground utilities were ignored by all. And as far as the politicians they were crooked in 1900 and the are crooked now this is the one constant. This is pretty much the same in every urban area that is under going a gentrification. There is all sorts of envy, jealousy and resentment from both B&R and newcomers and for the most part people deal with it but there is a vocal minority that just don’t get it.[/quote]

joey maxim
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joey maxim

68 cousin email me..i called the plummer..cannot get to you lol ..saved the town.[quote comment=”220251″]I must take exception to your statement about hoboken before yuppies,crime ridden? a lost less then you have now because the cops were proactive, neighbors,you knew your neighbor, looked out for each other and their property, and there were no riding parties out of the projects. School I agree with you to some point but they really weren’t that bad, if you wanted to learn it was there and if not you could quit and get a decent job in a factory. The infrastructure was just as bad as it is now we had water leaks, floods maybe not as many as now so lets put the blame on the rapid rate of building while the under ground utilities were ignored by all. And as far as the politicians they were crooked in 1900 and the are crooked now this is the one constant. This is pretty much the same in every urban area that is under going a gentrification. There is all sorts of envy, jealousy and resentment from both B&R and newcomers and for the most part people deal with it but there is a vocal minority that just don’t get it.[/quote]

joey maxim
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joey maxim

btw Hoboken had 15 or so state football and baseball titles since 1980..key is the academic program was an axcellerted program and today many have masters degrees and
a few are captains and battalion chiefs b s from Rutgers villinovia and other schools .Now
the wippy kids play tiddley wink games and are in charter schools..yes guess the newbes did save the town,,except for the smell my the clearview cinimer… 🙁 [quote comment=”220256″]68 cousin email me..i called the plummer..cannot get to you lol ..saved the town.[/quote]

joey maxim
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joey maxim
you may have a point .and your opinion is well versed..On the other hand,quote ( highly educated people did nothing but enhance so called bistros,70+ clammer for parks and dog walks,as well as bitch and moan over what you cannot control.Floods ,below sea level over development,sink holes,no pkg,etc.. change is good but being abrasive is not intelligent and just as ignorant..The more development and driving piles into the ground will only create more sink holes and such..As mark twain once wrote(Cauliflower is nothing but cabbage with a college education..The poster was recalling his her past,and disregard the 94 article and go back to the rash of fires from 78 to 81,and industry moving out that paid the bulk of the taxes your stuck with..It is what it is but not the utopia many tought it would be..btw crime is still rampid and as for arson go back a few years..You do have a point ,as well as so many others..lock your car doors. [quote comment=”220234″]You are the perfect example of ignorant. This area was a crime ridden area rife with arson and violent crime.If my ruined hoboken you mean various groups of highly educated people flocking to an area, purchasing property and turning a toxic dump into a livable and thriving community – I guess they have done a terrible job.By you own admission, you lived in a terrible apartment that was a shanty……additionally the schools have always sucked – something to be proud of.Here is an article from 1994… Read more »
yuppiesgohome
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yuppiesgohome

I grew up in old Hoboken, I left because we had thing called cold water flats.Which ment no heat you had to heat it yourself, it got very cold in the winter.

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