Chatroulette for aged
I need to start by thanking my co-worker for suggesting this story's headline. "So basically you're saying you want me to act as — what would you call it — bait? (And, though I didn't admit it at the time, maybe a tad concerned that users just might click past me, too.
"I was hoping you'd, um, help with the story," he said. As soon as they see me, they'll click, 'Next.'" OK, he did have a point there.
Internet horror stories passed around on forums and other sites to disturb and frighten readers.
Includes stories from Slender Man, a fictional character that inspired two 12-year-old Wisconsin girls to stab and nearly kill a friend.
And sure, I’m doing some ego surfing too–gotta search my Gmail for who’s talking about me on Twitter–but everyone does that, right?
The thing is, I’m not a coder, and I’d never heard of Flux Death Match before today.
I’m checking when the next Flux Death Match will be.
I have all sorts of code snippets I’ve been working on in various tabs.
If you don't like who you see staring back at their webcam, click to find another random live person and a new face pops up within a second or so. After allowing the Flash plug-in to activate your webcam and microphone, it's time to play "the game," as the site puts it.“I think most people prefer to browse privately,” Lund responds.You might call Lund an exhibitionist, or you might call him narcissistic.Where else on the Internet can you chat about sports, watch a guy play live guitar, and join a house party in the United Kingdom -- all within five minutes?If you've answered Chatroulette, you've no doubt caught the buzz about this new -- and controversial -- webcam website. For every teenager innocently strumming "Freebird," there's a man engaging in sexual behavior in front of an online audience.