“I couldn’t just make people pay the money,” he says, laughing.
“I just couldn’t feel the value of the money.” He was fired within a month.
The point is to introduce you to people you’d never otherwise meet and will never see again—the dancing Korean girls, the leopard-printed Catman, the naked man in Gdansk.
More than a million people, most of them from the United States, clog Chatroulette’s servers daily.
A few months later, it was one of the most talked-about social-networking sites in the world. When you log on to Chatroulette.com, you see a sparse white window with two boxes.