*Participate in "The Moment" project by CNNPolitics.com, which will use Microsoft's photosynth technology to create a massive, 3-D photo compilation of the precise moment Obama takes his oath of office. Email your photo of that moment to firstname.lastname@example.org and then, later, head to cnn.com/themoment to see the results.
*See Link Live's Inauguration tweetstream at http://twitter.com/linklive.
*Go to CNN's political ticker, http://twitter.com/politicalticker, for the network's tweet coverage
* National Public Radio has set up a way for people going to the Inaugural to tweet their experiences and impressions by using the hashtag #dctrip09 to describe their travel to Washington and #inaug09 on Inauguration Day to weigh in on what it's like to be in the middle of it all. Follow twitter.com/inauguration for the latest tweets.
*Current and Twitter are teaming up again to broadcast as many tweets as possible over the inauguration ceremony and also will be streaming the event live.
*Check out Inaugurationreport.com, a joint project of NPR, CBS, American University, and others. The site compiles input from on-the-street citizen reporters through Flickr, YouTube, Twitter and other mobile applications.
*For a similarly condensed view of online inaugural-mania, do a Big Buzz search on Icerocket. This search site gives near real-time results from the Web, blogs, Twitter, video sites, news sites, and other Web 2.0 tools and mashes it all onto one page.
(Illustration, Swiss Army Phone, by Russell Tate for istock.com)