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Best real time source for watching Icelandic volcano Bardarbunga's activity.
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Just returned from Boston tot the netherlands. Glad it didn't erupt. Thanks for the link very nice graphs
Thanks, +Vic Gundotra That is an excellent visualizer.  I like the shaking video for updates, too.  Now, let's just hope this isn't another Eyjafjallajökull.
Someone has GOT to come up with an html5 flash player... 
Cool site and the live camera is great. I keep seeing it shake every couple of minutes
Thanks! I'm flying to Europe next week and I wouldn't appreciate a cancellation.
Awesome site +Vic Gundotra thanks for the share.. It's only a matter of time now before it blows... Looking forward to another UK dust cloud 
No hay mayor desengaño que el que nos causan las plegarias concedidas.
It's too bad the webcam footage wasn't connected to a live Google Hangout, then people could easily discuss about what they are seeing. I'm curious to know if thats smoke or just a lot of steam coming from the ground?
Thank you for the link.  Most informative.
Hey Vic. I just wanted to thank you for sharing my site - it means a great deal to me seeing you share it to the whole world :)

All the positive feedback I've been getting lately has inspired me to do more with it - I just published an advanced version of the 3d map. It is not in real time for now - but will be soon enough, I am still working on this. Here it is for those that are interested (requires a browser that supports WebGL and an alright GPU):
+Bæring Gunnar Steinþórsson thanks for making such a great site. I've been addicted to it for the past week. I have it up on all the machines in my home. :-)

Just saw your new visualization... impressive!!
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