Keeping up with the Windsors: 10 geeky ways to follow the royal wedding

By Steven Borden-Weill, ITworld |  Offbeat, Facebook, mobile apps

If you’re like us, you’ve heard quite enough about the impending royal wedding. In fact, if you’re like us, whenever you see a news report about said wedding, you wonder out loud how much more breathless the buildup can get.

Now, we’re not suggesting that you want to keep on top of all royal wedding-related news. Far from it. Just that if you happen to harbor some interest in the event, there are ways to do it and keep your geek pride intact.

Heck, you may even find some tidbit here to amaze and astonish your royal watcher friends.


The Royal Channel

Perhaps the most important of all resources for those trying to catch some of the Royal Wedding action from outside of the UK, The Official YouTube Channel of The British Monarchy allows users to send their own video message to the couple as well as watch the live stream of the event on wedding day.


British Monarchy’s Flickr photostream

Flickr will play host to all of the pics taken by photographers hired for the royal wedding. For now it does have a collection of over 3,500 photos of wedding preparations. If you want to peruse pictures of wedding cakes, commemorative china, choir rehearsals, and the household cavalry mounted regiment, this is the site for you.


Clarence House Twitter feed

Mindnumbing for sure, but if you want to stay on top of every last detail of wedding preparation, the Clarence House Twitter feed broadcasts any changes or updates to The Royal Wedding schedule as well as answering most questions that are asked.


British Monarchy Facebook Page

The official Facebook page of The British Monarchy now features a whole section dedicated to the royal wedding. Facebook users can write a personal message to the couple or browse through the many pictures.

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