How Does One Follow a Royal Wedding in the Information Age? Gizmodo's Kat Hannaford Explains

Gizmodo's own Kat Hannaford was recently pulled aside by the BBC to talk the upcoming Royal Wedding. How will it be different than others from the past? First, more fabulous. Obviously. Second? More social, and certainly more connected than ever.

As Kat explains, the British populace isn't the only audience that the pomp and circumstance of this wedding will attract. This wedding is global, people, and the royal couple's love cannot be contained by mere geographical borders, oceans or continents. The ways in which the world's populace will follow and interact with it has become fairly substantial.

Apps, social networks, cameraphone snapshots and video...the list is about as long as the wedding invitation list. If this weddding's your thing, as is it obviously mine, Kat's got you covered, British style. [BBC]