I love watching the Olympics. I have special memories of watching the Olympics on TV with my family. However, now that I have a family, I don't have TV. I pulled the plug on commercialized TV quite some time ago. I just couldn't stand being barraged with commercials designed to teach my kids to want things that they didn't need and couldn't afford.... so, cable had to go.
Turns out that I can pretty much find whatever I want on the internet or Blockbuster.... except the Olympics.
I did some searching on the net and find out that there are a couple sites that will help me. Thought I'd share them with you.
YouTube Summer Games - all the YouTube vids in one place. You know there are going to be tons of videos uploaded. This seems to be a good choice for me as they will be sorted into different kinds of videos.
Add a gadget to your Google home page - you can add a gadget to your google homepage. This will give you all kinds of info right on the home page. You can find out more info on this by clicking here.
TVtonic - seems to have awesome coverage, but you have to have Vista to use it. You can download and watch full length olympic events. Its NBC Olympics On the Go. Check it out.
Of course, if you DO happen to have a cable provider, you can sign up for the delayed feed at NBCOlympics.com. If you do... can you invite me over to watch the opening ceremonies?