How To Take Part
How to Watch > Online
On May 10, the entire Pangea Day program will be streamed online at www.pangeaday.org. If you have a broadband connection, you can watch for free. The live program will be subtitled in seven languages: Arabic, English, French, German, Hindi, Portuguese, and Spanish.
The 4-hour program begins at 18:00 GMT. (Look up local start times.)
Online viewing checklist:
Some helpful guidelines for getting the most out of Pangea Day online:
Mark the time. The 4-hour program begins at 18:00 GMT. Look up start times in your time zone.
Make sure your computer and/or projection set up are ready. For the best possible viewing experience, you'll need the following:
- Flash v. 9 (or higher). Most people already have the Flash player installed in their web browser. Not sure? Check and download it here
- Broadband Connection, DSL, or Cable, at least 1.5 Mb/s (3.0 Mb/s is preferable).
- A computer less than 2 years old (Mac or PC)
- Maximum suggested screen size = 42" LCD, 12 ft by 9 ft projection screen
- Good quality speakers if showing in a large room with an LCD or projector
Get ready to upload photos. Thousands of people worldwide will upload photos and video of their local Pangea Day events. Many of these photos will be shown during the live television broadcast and on our web site. All submitted photos will be shared on Ovi.com/pangeaday (the official home for Pangea Day media-sharing). To be ready, open your Ovi.com photo-sharing account now
Get ready to blog. If you plan to blog on Pangea Day, let us know! Drop a note to firstname.lastname@example.org and include your web site address or RSS feed. Be sure to tag all your posts with Technorati tags: PangeaDay. We'll be listening!