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She also hosted her own Internet talk show on The Sync, an early webcasting network based in Laurel, Maryland.
As Ringley attracted a following both on and off the Internet, more than 100 media outlets from The Wall Street Journal to Modern Ferret ran features.
Ringley owned several ferrets and Modern Ferret featured Jenni and one of her pets on the front cover.
This famous geyser has never erupted at exact hourly intervals, nor is it the largest or most regular geyser in the park.
Old Faithful Geyser—located near the southern end of the Upper Geyser Basin—was named by members of the 1870 Washburn Expedition.
Thanks to webcam volunteers, this webcam also pans and zooms to other parts of the Upper Geyser Basin—one of the most unique and dynamic places on earth with about 300 active geysers.