5 Ways To Enjoy the Royal Wedding Via Social Media
If you didn’t get an invitation to the Royal Wedding, that’s probably because you’re not a David and Victoria Beckham or an Elton John. Oh by the way, even Gordon Brown and Tony Blair didn’t get one either.
But here are five ways you can enjoy the Royal Wedding using social media:
2. Follow @clarencehouse, @BBCroyalwedding and @ITNroyalwedding to keep up with updates on the wedding route from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Abbey.
3. Track the #royalwedding and #rw2011 hashtags on Twitter to engage in conversations about the Royal Wedding.
4. Watch the Royal Channel Live Stream, accompanied by a live multi-media blog put together by St. James’s Palace.
5. View the royal wedding photos on The British Monarchy Flickr Page tagged rw2011.
There are other cool ways that technology would play a great role at the Royal Wedding. For example, you may watch the Royal Wedding route in 3D available via Google Earth or you can watch the Royal Wedding Procession in 3D on YouTube.
Which of these social media tools would you prefer to use?