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Ostrow, of Mashable, believes advertisers would not want to be associated with the lewdness of the site."I think it's certainly an interesting experiment and I can see kind of why it's catching on," he said.(CNN) -- On Chatroulette, a new and controversial Web site, every click lands you in a face-to-face video conversation with a random stranger.The setup is simple: Activate your webcam and click "play." Then, as people from all over the world pop up one at a time in a box on your screen, you decide whether or not to chat with them."It completely goes outside of your comfort zone," he said."Especially with Twitter and Facebook, you're used to associating with people who are like you, whereas on Chatroulette ... "It certainly reminds you that not everyone's like you -- that's for sure. Rosenfeld, an associate professor of sociology at Stanford University, said new friendships could come out of these random interactions.And online dating services like Woo Me use similar features.
There's no heed to class, race, geography, age, politics or religion.
Use of the site has grown quickly since it launched in November, and mainstream blogs and media organizations are catching on to the phenomenon.
About 35,000 people are on Chatroulette at any given time, according to a traffic count published on the Web site's homepage.
"They appeared, one by one, in a box at the top of my screen -- a young Asian man, a high-school-age girl, a guy lying on his side in bed -- and, every time, I'd feel a little flare of excitement," he wrote.
"It started to feel like a social-anxiety nightmare."My guess is that there's a lot of superficial, but that every once in a while people will strike up a friendship," he said.