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Read: How memes became the voice of a generation Memes blasted out via Air Drop can be a beacon for other teens in the area.“It’s a way for mass communication based on location,” says Tiffany Zhong, the founder of Zebra IQ, a Generation Z research firm.Bendinelli also said that students go out of their way not to include teachers.Adults are more likely to have earnest names on their i Phones, instead of jokes and memes, so some kids will take pains to avoid them.Veronica Belmont, a product manager at Adobe Spark, was riding the train down to Silicon Valley, doing some work on her phone, when dozens of teenagers plopped down into the seats around her. She received an Air Drop request containing an image of several boys’ Bitmoji characters dressed in chicken suits.A group of them snickered as she opened it and looked around. “I was like, Anyone who has accidentally left their Air Drop settings open around a group of teens is likely familiar with the deluge of memes, selfies, and notes that arrives so quickly it can often freeze your phone.It’s like starting a big group chat with everyone around you that stops as soon as you walk away.This weekend I was exposed to the new phenomena where teens airdrop random pictures to each other when they’re waiting around for concerts to start. This is some of my haul from the Charli XCX show: pic.twitter.com/0Xnm Am IHOW — Signe Pierce (@sigggnasty) March 20, 2018Ryan says the moment she and her friends step into a model-UN competition or wait for a concert to start, they get the Air Drop going.
I’m voiding that test because [cheating] is too easy,” Bendinelli said.“It’s funny to look down at your phone and see something random.” Because the recipient can only see a smaller preview of the image before accepting the request, anything too intricate doesn’t work.During assemblies or classes, teens will Air Drop reactions to what the teacher or presenter is saying. Google Docs Naturally, some teens push the boundaries of what’s acceptable to share.Belmont said when she was giving a presentation to a bunch of young girls interested in STEM two weeks ago, she received a bizarre meme Air Dropped to her computer mid-talk. It’s not unheard of for kids to blast out nudes (of themselves or others) and porn.Some kids bully one another by distributing compromising or unflattering photos of their classmates.