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I don't know exactly why a teen would broadcast themselves sleeping. The problem with asking a 13-year-old why they do anything is that it's quite difficult to get anything past "I dunno/I'm bored." But that's also the wrong question to ask. The aching desire to cut through the tedium of daily life with human interaction is the driving force of everything on the internet.
In fact, boredom is such an integral raison d'être of teen life that #bored is one of the top channels on You Now.
I chatted the the other people watching in the #sleepingsquad: Why?
Because, you know, they're sleeping.)Some teens sleep with light music on. And some, eerily, have the distinctive soft breathing sounds of sleep. I have asked other teens (or younger — I talked with kids as young as 10) why they use You Now, a real-time video broadcasting app. Do adults really ever have a better answer than "I was bored" for anything we do?I've been doing it on You Now, a mobile app and web live-streaming app that's a hit with teens.On its popular #sleepingsquad hashtag, I can see about 20 sleeping teens at any given time.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.Lately, I've been enjoying a deeply creepy yet technically totally innocent new activity: lying in bed at night and watching random teens sleep.We are mobile friendly and fully compatible with all devices.