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Me: If you could have no homework for a year but you have to let your parent see all your texts for a month, would you do it?
Different teen girl: No, because I get some really weird texts from people on this thing.😬 Gulp.
So if I tip or if I send a message and he incorporates it into what he's doing, we're collaborating." During the day, the #sleepingsquad disappears.
Musicians, performers, and cute charming teens dominate.
As Meerkat and now Periscope are being touted as a possible future of news, You Now is the livestreaming video app where teens are flocking.
If Meerkat and Periscope are competing for the eyeballs of news junkie adults on Twitter, You Now has already won with the hordes of young people who just want to hang out with each other.
Coming up with harmless dares and G-rated truths is tough.One girl watching a sleeping teen boy with me gave a reasonable response: "He's my boyfriend." Others had elliptical reasoning: "I think it's more that the people doing it want to get likes and fans."Adi Sideman, the founder of You Now, told me his theory on #sleepingsquad: "It's the addiction to the internet, it's the addiction to social media, it's not wanting to leave it behind even when you're sleeping." Andy Weissman of Union Square Ventures, who is invested in the app, described it as "an online slumber party" in an email to Buzz Feed News."I also think part of the human condition is to look for connection with others.And this is probably more acute with younger people."The app is sort of like Vine meets Chat Roulette meets The Gong Show.You can watch people live-streaming in different channels like "Musicians," "Dancing," or "Girls" and chat feedback or questions to them.