There are oodles of bloggers reporting on the best pavilions and events, so I won't touch those. This is simply a list of things you can do remotely to control a part of what we're experiencing live. Enjoy!
Part of the Cultural Olympiad, the Vectorial Elevation allows online participants to design the nightly light show over English Bay. Watch the live light show or take control and create the light patterns we'll see.
Wonder how the athletes are experiencing the Olympics? Follow them on Twitter or Facebook to get a look behind the scenes. Check out my list of athletes on Twitter -- it's neither authenticated nor complete but it will give you a conversational view of athletes like US short-track sensation Apolo Ohno and veteran Canadian hockey star Hayley Wickenheiser.
Google Street View on the Slopes
Google used a custom snowmobile to capture these images. It's your turn to take a run on the slopes at Whistler.
The Ontario House pavilion showcases some interesting technology, including a 4D theatre and projected air hockey.
Air hockey projected on the Ontario House floor.
My favourite technology, is the lighting that visitors manipulate via a brain-wave reading headset. Watch as visitors control the lights on three of Canada's most famous landmarks, including Niagara Falls and the Canadian Parliament buildings.
For official listings, medal counts and schedules, download Bell's free 2010Guide for iPhone or Blackberry, or check out the official website. For photos, videos and more engagement, become a fan of Vancouver2010 on Facebook.
If you aren't near a TV but have access to a computer, follow the live action on CTV (from North America only).