Don’t Miss a Moment of the Big Games: Handy Olympic Websites

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NBC is offering full coverage of the 2012 Olympic games across the US and streaming thousands of hours of content online.

Here’s a handy list of online destinations from Wired.com that will keep you informed moment by moment of the big games!

LIVE STREAM & ON-DEMAND HIGHLIGHTS
Check out NBC on demand. You can watch several live events, all for free, and in HD.

MOBILES
On the go and need mobile access? No problem! The NBC Olympics Mobile works on the iPhone, iPod Touch, or any mobile with QT playback.

ALTERNATIVES
Eurovision, Yahoo7, and the CBC Olympics can all stream video to viewers in their territories.

GETTING AROUND LOCATION DESCRIPTIONS
Check out Wired.com’s Proxy Guide if you wish to remain anonymous on the Web (or as close to it as you can come). It has directions on how to start backdoor browsing.

BACKDOOR OPTIONS
If you enjoy viewing things in real time, you won’t be a fan of NBC’s delay coverage. P2P apps and third-party streaming tools can be your best bet for backdoor access to unedited blocks of Olympics footage.

For a list of backdoor options sites, visit Wired.com and read the full article on Watching the Olympics Online.

Photo: by Cameron King/flickr/CC

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