Watch Powell Online

If you are looking for a live internet stream to listen to and watch Powell’s presentation (since he’s expected to show video and imaging evidence), the best I have found is NBC’s local New York affiliate, WNBC. They seem to have a nice high-bandwidth Windows Media stream here.
I also found a RealVideo stream here, from WBUR in Boston.
Heck, I’m not going to be able to do anything else, it looks like it’s another TTLB live blogging event! I’ll post my thoughts here as they occur to me.
First Impression: Good start. Emphasis on the Councils own actions; reminders of past resolutions and 1441 in particular, and on the burden being on Iraq to prove compliance. Heh, and he’s invoking Blix’s comments as well. nice.
A tape! Starting with good stuff! First audio tape: Not quite a smoking gun, but not a bad start.
Holy crap, audio intercepts from January 30th? They are pulling out the stops. Doesn’t that short turnaround time reveal something important about our intelligence capabilities?
I particularly liked Powell’s challenge to the Council: are the inspectors to search every house of every government official?
The before/after satellite photo of the biological weapon site is nice as well.
Nice: “This body places itself in danger of irrelevance.”
I’m having trouble keeping up (and getting distracted by other stuff), so go read Stephen’s commentary, I’ll probably have summary thoughts later…