Barack Obama's Inauguration Ceremony takes place on Tuesday. Although tickets sold out fast, you can still get very good coverage if you know where to look on the Internet.
1. Major Television Networks Online - All the major TV networks are broadcasting a web stream of the events. Check out ABC.com, CBS.com, MSNBC.com, FOXNews.com, and CNN.com for each network's coverage.
2. Major Newspaper's Online Video - Many of the major print newspapers are also broadcasting video feeds of the event. USAToday.com, The New York Times, and The Washington Post.
3. Hulu - Hulu will be live streaming the inauguration and the stream is embeddable. More content on Obama, past speeches, and commentary can be found on the Obama Presidency page.
4. Current TV and Twitter - Current TV and Twitter are partnering on inauguration day to add real-time Tweets to the live TV broadcast of the event. Using the hashtag "#current," many of the Tweets will be added into the TV broadcast. You can follow the inauguration on Twitter by viewing the live feed streams for #inauguration, #inaug09, and #dctrip09 (for those road tripping to DC).
5. Facebook Updates with CNN - CNN and Facebook have partnered for the Inauguration. Not only will the swearing in be live streamed, but users can RSVP to the event and then provide status updates during the event. A window will show all your friend's updates on the event.
6. Text Messages From Obama Team - Text "History" to 56333 to receive periodic updates from the Obama team about inauguration happenings and events. Click here for more info.
7. Livestation - Wonder what the rest of the world outside of the US will be thinking? At Livestation.com, you can switch inauguration coverage between a variety of international perspectives including Al Jazeera English, the BBC World News, C-SPAN, euronews, and France 24.
8. Flickr Stream From Presidential Inaugural Committee - Head on over to Flickr to see tons of photos of the inaugural happening from DC. Good pictures of the stage construction process and more.
9. YouTube - The Presidential Inaugural Committee has set up an official Inauguration Page on YouTube. If you join the group, you can post your own videos from the events.
10. Joint Congressional Committee - The Joint Congressional Committee will be live streaming the entire event. There is also a wealth of information on their site about what happens on inauguration day, the history of past inaugurations, and video from historic inaugurations of the past.
11. Joost - Joost will be live streaming CBS' feed on the Everything Obama page.
12. Terra - Hispanic-focused Terra will show both English and Spanish streams of the event.
13. Live Earth - Live Earth created a video channel for the inauguration where users can submit short videos giving Obama ideas about how he can use green technologies to change the country and help our environment. Some of the videos will be shown in DC the day before the inauguration.
14. Obama Inaugural Twitter - The Official Obama Inaugural Committee Twitter has got tons of info that will help keep you up to the second.