HOW MUCH MONEY WOULD IT TAKE TO PUT YOUR LIFE ONLINE?
If you have ever aspired to be a reality TV star, then CamSoda might be what you are looking for. The firm has launched a new service that lets the average person broadcast their candid lives 24 hours a day, 7 days a week – and it does not require any nudity. Called LifeStream, the Big Brother-like setup uses three webcams placed in different rooms to capture people's everyday lives, who are given $200 a month in return for sharing their intimate space. Participants are required to be over the age of 18. When they sign up, CamSoda sends them a camera rig, complete with one to three HD, 720P webcams that are to be placed in various rooms of their home and broadcast 24/7. In addition to broadcasting an uncensored life stream, participants will have the ability to capture specific parts of their day in the form of stories, similar to those on Snapchat, Instagram and Facebook. Participants are compensated with a $200 a month paycheck and the firm will also pay their monthly internet bill.
How much money would it take to put your life online?