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Ringley owned several ferrets and Modern Ferret featured Jenni and one of her pets on the front cover.As an actress, she was cast in "Rear Windows '98," a 1998 episode of the TV series Diagnosis Murder, portraying Joannecam, a fictionalized version of herself.At the height of her popularity, an estimated three to four million people watched Jenni daily. She appeared July 31, 1998 as a guest on the Late Show with David Letterman.At the end of the interview, and even after having been corrected once, Letterman plugged the site as instead of the correct (Ringley owned both and Jennicam.org).She also hosted her own Internet talk show on The Sync, an early webcasting network based in Laurel, Maryland.Ringley's standard of living improved with a new larger apartment, expensive furniture and several business trips to Amsterdam with her accountant.Anyone with Internet access could observe the often mundane events of Ringley's life at first, though a few months after its start Ringley started charging viewers for full entry to her site.
Ringley's innovation was simply to allow others to view her daily activities. She did not wish to filter the events that were shown on her camera, so sometimes she was shown nude or engaging in sexual behavior, including sexual intercourse and masturbation.Her first webcam contained only black-and-white images of her in the dorm room.Jenni Cam attracted up to 4 million views a day at its peak.She claimed that the experience improved her self-image and self body image.Ringley began to take trips to visit other cam girls, including Ana Voog of