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Twitter Employees Respond To Instagram Video

It's getting a little snarky in here.

Posted on June 20, 2013, at 3:17 p.m. ET

Compliments, but with a few thinly veiled shots thrown in. Here's Twitter's outgoing director of product, Ryan Sarver:

Video load burn...

.@instagram if you're going to make a big announcement like this, you should at least make sure your "debut video" loads.

Aaron Moy

@AaronMoy

.@instagram if you're going to make a big announcement like this, you should at least make sure your "debut video" loads.

Engineering manager, Tim Wilkinson:

Yes folks, 9 more seconds of video. Silicon Valley has still got it. #solvingTheHardProblems

Tim Wilkinson

@timw

Yes folks, 9 more seconds of video. Silicon Valley has still got it. #solvingTheHardProblems

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Misha Lushin

@MishaL

Instavine!

Instavine? Yawn.

"15 seconds of regret"

A little too much hyperbole in the statements for my taste: "Cinema will change video forever". Video stabilization isn't new to the world.

Ryan Sarver

@rsarver

A little too much hyperbole in the statements for my taste: "Cinema will change video forever". Video stabilization isn't new to the world.

Not everyone was bitter though...because, you know, competition!

Today is an example of how the tech industry works: Someone comes up w/ an idea, then everyone iterates on it. I'd say that's a good thing.

Estef1

@esten

Today is an example of how the tech industry works: Someone comes up w/ an idea, then everyone iterates on it. I'd say that's a good thing.

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