How did we get from a place where people were completely skeptical of living their personal lives online to the “share everything” society we live in now? Well, companies like Webshots got us here. Webshots was the first site to organize and encourage public photo sharing online. Narendra Rocherolle was one of the founders of Webshots and in this episode, we talk a lot about the digital sharing habit and how it evolved. But we also get what I think is the most detailed and informative founder arcs we’ve yet heard. You’ll learn how Webshots was founded, pivoted a couple of times, found success, had a successful exit… only to find its acquiring company in bankruptcy after the dot-com bust… only to have the founders themselves buy the company back and find success all over again.