by Clair Segal
If Tumblr, Instagram, and Pinterest have taught us anything, it's that teens like viewing, changing, and sharing content with each other. They're not content to just consume the internet, they want to contribute to it-- to be part of the culture and the conversation. And what better way to celebrate Teen Tech Week than helping them do that?
But let's say you're not a master remixer-- in fact, let's assume the only thing you've ever mashed up is potatoes. What can you do to help your kids shine?
The internet has got you covered!
- Wub Machine Take any song and create a dubstep, drum and bass, or house remix in minutes. All you need is a browser, an MP3, and the desire to boogie.
- Quick Meme Have your teens/make your own memes for posters, signage, promotion, and fun times!
- Motivator Let you teens make their own motivational posters using their own pictures, text, and ideas.