Implosion Day Guide
My Cam is now in its final position for the implosion. Starting Saturday night I will update the Mini-Cam at a faster rate, somewhere between every 10 to 20 seconds. I’ll also record the implosion to tape and make it available in QuickTime format as soon as I can after the implosion. And of course, my Cam will be in its trusty spot after the Kingdome is no more.
The only national TV station I know of carrying the implosion live is ESPN Classic [broken link].
Live Web Cams
For those of you from around the world who won’t be inundated with footage of the implosion over and over again, here is a list of websites that will provide live streaming video of the blast.
- Ivar Sandsmark [broken link]
- Martini Design
- City Search [broken link]
- Microsoft [broken link]
How It Will Happen
The Seattle Times and P-I [broken link] have some good stories on how the Kingdome will come down.
The Safety Zone, etc.
The P-I has a map [broken link] with pretty much all you need to know if you’ll be traveling through Seattle or if you’ll be downtown.