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Matt Ingenthron
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Attended University of Nevada, Las Vegas
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have the paid version, and I subscribe to a podcast at connectpal.com, but the RSS feed doesn't work for the podcast.  Do I need to do something special to make it auth, or...?

https://www.connectpal.com/users/843/rss_feed.rss


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Hello Matt,

What protocol is "itpc:"?

I usually see "feed:" or "http:" for RSS feed URLs.

Our app will only accept RSS feed URLs that are in the "http:" format.

Thanks,
Henry
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Major Earthquake Activity around the world today

While most of the activity is occurring around the Pacific plates, other areas are affected too. Particularly hard hit are New Zealand with multiple 6+ quakes and Alaska with multiple quakes including an 8.0 in it's island chains.
Volcanic activity has also had a good sized uptick worldwide

http://earthquake.usgs.gov/
http://volcanoes.usgs.gov/activity/elevated.php
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Nicely done - "Welcome back": http://youtu.be/_3u_14CXSDg
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Jack White tonight.
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If you can make it, please join us!
 
In this Hangout we'll talk about upcoming changes in the Couchbase SDK APIs.

Couchbase is updating many of the SDKs with new major versions.  This will both prep for some of the new things coming in the Couchbase Server 3.x series and simplify/streamline access to some of the existing features.

Of course we're adding some performance goodies too!

In this hangout, +Don Pinto and +Michael Nitschinger  of Couchbase will give an overview followed by a deeper description of the changes for the +Couchbase Java SDK by Michael.  Then +Jeffry Morris will show how the Couchbase .NET SDK will also be updated.

The location for this event is online.  Everyone can watch the broadcast from the hangout or the YouTube page, there's no limit to the number of attendees.  To interact with others on the hangout with voice/video, there is a limited capacity, but feel free to jump in when you have a question.

We'll have on hand the experts in Couchbase SDKs for Java, .NET, Ruby, PHP and even some Couchbase Mobile expertise.

When: Friday June 13 at 2:00PM PST, 5:00PM EST, 21:00 UTC/GMT 
Where: Google+ Hangout On Air/YouTube
How: Post questions on G+, tune in for the broadcast to watch or watch the recording later.

To be time efficient we prefer questions be asked in advance via a comment to this event on the Couchbase Google Plus page, but definitely jump in and ask questions during the broadcast.

The broadcast will be available to everyone and recorded for later availability.  

The recording of the On Air broadcast will be posted to the CouchbaseVideos YouTube page (http://www.youtube.com/user/CouchbaseVideo) if you're not able to join us real-time.

Of course, check out our previous hangouts at the YouTube link above!
This Hangout On Air is hosted by Couchbase. The live video broadcast will begin soon.
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Tried to go to a place but encountered this sign. I can understand it well enough without a translator. #SoCal
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Saturday and Sunday we are closed at 6pm.
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Good stuff!
 
Our Android tools talk from yesterday is available now, so if you missed it and you're interested in coding for Android, hopefully you'll find this useful!

Google I/O 2014 - What's new in Android development tools
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I took these the day Sisi was installed in Egypt.  
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This looks like something I've seen before but I can't place it.
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Remember when these triangular signs said something different than "Donut Storr"?
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  • Couchbase, Inc.
    Director, Developer Solutions, 2011 - present
  • Business Communications, Inc.
    Systems Engineer, 1996 - 1998
  • Realcentric
    1998 - 2000
  • Sun Microsystems
    2000 - 2009
  • Membase
    2009 - 2011
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One of the best in my area. The flavors are great, the pasta is perfectly cooked, the pizza is excellent. The only downsides from my perspective are the location isn't very close and the ambiance isn't the best. The dining room is okay, but with the counter at the opening, you're not really sure if you're in a pizza shop or a fine dining restaurant. This is probably because they cater to somewhere in between. The soups and salads haven't done much for me, but where it counts with the pastas and entrees, it's all been good that I remember. Try the bucatini.
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This place is still good, but the walls, tables and menu have gotten cluttered over the years. It used to be buckets of peanuts, then bowls, now plates. The owners really don't need to install all of the free alcohol beverage signage.
Food: Very GoodDecor: GoodService: Very Good
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I was referred to Dr. Yoshikane after moving to SoCal back in 2000. There is nearly no waiting when you arrive and the office is always looking after the comfort of the patients. The doctor also uses modern x-ray equipment, can compare how things are changing over the years, etc. I've also found them to be very reasonable and flexible on billing. There were times I needed work done and it wasn't ideal budget wise, but the doctor's office was very willing to come up with a plan that would work.
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Called them 3 or 4 times to get a quote on a chimney cap. They were always very nice, but never showed up. Finally gave up and moved on.
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Not amazing food, but good, low cost, and good service. Try the Jr. Super Deluxe.
Food: Very GoodDecor: GoodService: Very Good
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