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David

Glad to see it returning to some kind of normality, alas without the webcams which will be a big miss on New Year's Eve for those of us stuck in a very cold and snowy UK

Tom.

The cams seem to be up today!!!
Tom.

marisa

At least one of the webcams is up today---I hope the others willfollow soon.

Tom

Well, at least 3 of the cams are up today. They're not just static images now as they are refreshing regularly. Sorry about jumping the gun in that earlier post! I guess I let my excitement get the better of me! Hope it's not just some sort of test or I'll have to eat my words again.

Kevin

Hi, love the blog! Someone has tried to syndicate your blog's feed at LiveJournal:

http://syndicated.livejournal.com/veniceblog/profile

which I tried to sign up for (I do my RSS aggregating through LJ), but it's not working! Apparently the feed is "too big". Is there any way you could limit the number of posts on the feed? I'd love to be able to check for blog updates through LJ!

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let me look at it .... can't be too tough.
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