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Chris Jarzynka
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Hey, do any of my NWS friends know why the NDFD database SOAP interface has its XML in ISO-8859-1 format?  Any chance of converting to UTF-8?  I'd rather not start coding custom binding methods. :)
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+Leo Laporte Brian, +eileenrivera and the rest of the TWiT staff made it a very fun and interesting day. Ozzie even kept me company during the show. 
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We watched along via the livestream, was pretty cool! Leo seemed impressed that someone dressed up for the visit. :-)
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T-23 hours until I'm on the way to the Bay Area to visit with a good friend and kneel at the altar of my favorite tech host +Leo Laporte for an episode of TWiT! Life doesn't get much better!
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He has a huge online video broadcast network! Brilliant move to go online. I watch many of his shows. 
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I've secured reserved seats to witness the best in the tech business practice his craft. Likely off to the TWiT brickhouse in Petaluma to see +Leo Laporte on Sunday, October 23. People often ask how I stay so abreast of tech news and issues. Leo and his staff and contributors are a major reason why.
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A hot night for baseball. The Fisher Cats pitcher was throwing smoke, especially in the later innings. 
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Well, it's off to Wolfeboro to play at the New Hampshire Boat Museum pre-auction kickoff dinner. To my Lakes Region friends... < http://www.nhbm.org/events.html >
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Buy a boat while you are there, and then invite me to come up to Lake Winni for a quick stroll around the lake ;-)
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At the TWiT brick house. 
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I noticed lots of new Google+ activity today. I'm guessing the recent changes at Facebook are not coincidental with the uptick in traffic here.
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goto google.com and check out what happens in the upper left. Caught my attention, and here I am.
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New Hampshire Boat Museum Pre-Auction
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So... does anyone feel like storming a prison full of about a dozen political prisoners and releasing them? Liberté, égalité, fraternité! BYO Guillotines optional...
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Now there's a thought :-)
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I am thus far impressed with Google+. It seems inherently more private than Facebook. It will take a bit of getting used to. I've tried to post to others "streams" as if it were Facebook. Not having an instant "two way" stream is a big plus and could really separate my personal and professional lives.
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Yes, you can have a person in multiple circles. Check out this post from someone else I follow

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After using Google+ for almost a year internally at Google and almost a week in the “real world”, this is the best way I’ve found to manage my circles.

Step 1: Face reality
Come to grips with the fact that you will never read EVERYTHING on Google+. =)

Step 2: Make circles for SHARING
Create circles of friends that you share with (e.g. Work, Family, Church). These are the circles you use to control access to the posts you write. People can be in multiple circles. For example, a coworker might also be in your photography club.

Step 3: Make a circle for READING
Decide on a few people you really want to keep up with and add them to a separate *Inbox circle. This circle has a selection of people from Work, Family, and Church. Face it, not everyone at work or in your family is that interesting. If you can’t read everything, you might as well make sure the stuff you do read is interesting. =)

> When you share something, use your “sharing” circles. Did you take a trip with your family? Share the photos with your Family circle.

> When you’re reading your stream, click on your *Inbox circle on the left side of the stream. This will give you a more manageable amount of content than the Stream link, which for many people is already a fire hose of random stuff, most of which might not be that interesting. You may want to make a couple other circles for reading different topics. I have a separate *Inbox: Photographers circle where I read a few popular photo bloggers.

Of course, when you find yourself with some spare time and nothing to fill it with, you can flip back to the Stream tab (or even the Incoming tab!) and read to your heart's content. Most of the time though, I read my *Inbox first.

Note that my inbox circles start with * so that they sort to the top of the circles list on the left side of the stream. (Except for the default circles like “Acquaintances” - I just renamed those so they don’t automatically sort to the top).
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Meteorologist/Graphics Designer & Coordinator
Employment
  • WMUR
    Fill-in Meteorologist, 2005 - present
  • WSI
    Meteorologist / Graphics Design, 2005 - present
  • WMUR
    Meteorologist, 1997 - 2005
  • WMTW
    Meteorologist, 1993 - 1997
  • NECN
    Fill-in Meteorologist, 2008 - 2008
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Meteorologist and Graphics Designer
Introduction
Chris is the former morning meteorologist at WMUR-TV in Manchester, NH.  Chris works at Weather Services International (WSI) in Andover, MA as a weather graphics specialist and Digital Media and Content lead.
Education
  • Lyndon State College
    Meteorology and Mathematics, 1988 - 1992
  • Bishop Fenwick
    High School, 1984 - 1988
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