Last month (way behind for this old BUSY overlord), Dark Roasted Blend showed "Olympic Flame Torches & Cauldrons: A Retrospective -- ... it's time to reflect on some of the greatest and most innovative Olympic designs. Each edition of the summer and winter Olympic Games has featured a cauldron, in which the Olympic flame is lit. The cauldron is actually a link to the games as they existed in ancient Greece and first became part of the modern Olympics at the Amsterdam Games in 1928. The torch relay was introduced at the Berlin Olympics in 1936.
Dark Horizons share the upcoming schedules for television/TV/telly series in United States (U.S.) and the United Kingdom (U.K.) over the next two months -- "...
HardOCP and Mashable report that National Broadcast Company (NBC) Olympics web site will be airing a live feed of the XXX (not that, you perv(ert)s)/30th Olympics closing ceremony over the Internet at 4:00 PM EDT/1:00 PM PDT.
TV.com has its fall/autumn 2012 television/TV preview with news, schedule, etc.
Chicken (remove AQFL to e-mail) just shared NBC 5 Dallas-Forth Worth's automat(ed/ic) image gallery (static one ugly web page with thumbnails) that shows fifty-eight (58) photographs/photos. showing wipe outs from previous/past Olympic games
[H]ard|OCP shares American Pyrotechnics Association (APA)'s directory of state laws. It has an United States (U.S.) map that shows which states allow and does not allow fireworks, the fireworks laws are in each specific state, etc.