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.
She also hosted her own Internet talk show on The Sync, an early webcasting network based in Laurel, Maryland.
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After she reacted humorously to their taunts, Jenni Cam was hacked, and Ringley received death threats. Initially, the camera tended to be turned off during especially private moments, but eventually this custom was abandoned, and images were captured of Ringley engaging in sex. in 1998, she added webcams to cover the additional living space (four webcams captured images of her life).
In May 1997 Ringley graduated from Dickinson with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics. She began charging for access to her site, allowing both paid and free access with the paid access updating the images more frequently than the free access.
Ringley's desire to maintain the purity of the cam-eye view of her life eventually created the need to establish that she was within her rights as an adult to broadcast such information, in the legal sense, and that it was not harmful to other adults.Ringley's standard of living improved with a new larger apartment, expensive furniture and several business trips to Amsterdam with her accountant.She claimed that the experience improved her self-image and self body image.She added more pages to her website that included pictures of her cats and ferrets.Her site was doing well as she stayed home and claimed her profession to be a "web designer" for her site.