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Flemming Funch, who created the basic format of the site in a single weekend, followed a whim of listing and displaying feeds from webcams through automated searches, finding cameras that, as he says, were perhaps not meant to be public.“Part of the intrigue is that we’re never totally sure.His curiosity and openness can make him seem like a gold prospector in the Wild West of the open Internet: sifting through search engines and laying out whatever is publicly available for all to see, not concerning himself much with what happens on the feeds, so long as they are available to watch.

Most of the time you’re not really snooping on anybody who doesn’t want to be looked at, but you don’t know,” Funch says.

“You don’t really know what kind of strange and mysterious things might show up.” Born in Denmark and now living in France after almost two decades in California, Funch, fifty-four, strikes a roguish figure, with a thin face and dark goatee.

“They love that Internet bench,” Funch says, comparing it to people in the same room watching television, conversation naturally springing from their shared entertainment.

“They would hang out in the chat room on the Internet bench as if they were there and just chat with each other.” Some of the feeds on Opentopia are the usual cutesy Internet suspects, like the camera in the cat room of DOGSASPEN, an animal shelter in Colorado, which offers a kind of scavenger hunt to find the sly creatures.

He knows the cameras are for the people watching them, not for the cats and dogs in front of them.

“The animals could care less whether they’re on camera or not,” Sachson says.

But she welcomes the idea of cameras in her home and Funch thinks having a normal person on camera creates a positive space for connection.

A Buffalo native, manager Chip Greenwood — whose father Al, the Wing King of Florida, started the business in 1982 — says the upscale dive has had publicly streaming cameras for about fifteen years.

But one of the most popular cameras was a simple park bench in Poland.

Streams like that satisfy the people-watching instinct we humans have, and encourage social interaction between viewers.

Seth Sachson, forty-four, installed cameras in his Aspen animal shelter and kennel in 2006 as a way to engage both current and potential pet owners.