Live Video Feed From The Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill

US Lawmakers have set up live feeds at 5,000 ft below sea level, allowing anyone with an internet connection to get a first-hand look at the oil gushing into the Gulf of Mexico from the BP Oil Spill.

The feeds are swamped right now, so be patient if you're trying to view the feed. Hopefully they will be devoting more resources to this today so everyone who is concerned can take a look.

Senator Bill Nelson and the US House of Representatives have each set up their own feed.

The feed from BP is another great source of live video footage from their Remote Operated Vehicles.

Upcoming American LeMans Race to be streamed live over the net for free

This Saturday's American LeMans Race is going to be streamed live over the internet for the first 10,000 people who sign up for a spot here.

The spots are going fast, so if you want to join in the fun of watching the race live for free from home, while being able to chat with thousands of other racing fans online, over twitter, and over facebook, make sure to sign up now.

The event is happening at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca in Monterey, CA. Sure to be an event, especially in that infamous corkscrew turn!