Tomorrow, get all of your news from Twitter. And use these tips and tricks to filter any mention of Will and Kate from your personal feed.
On Friday morning, Kate Middleton will wed Prince William in a ceremony that is expected to be broadcast all over the world. Hundreds of millions will tune in to see the ceremony at Westminster Abbey, which begins at 5 a.m. EST. More than 8,000 journalists are expected to report on the event and every major network in America has prepared hours of coverage. On the wedding day, for example, NBC/MSNBC will air more than 20 hours of combined anchor coverage in addition to reports from its partner in the United Kingdom, ITN. Matt Lauer, Al Roker, Meredith Vieira and the rest of the Today show personalities will report live from London, where they'll join ABC's big weapons, Barbara Walters and Diane Sawyer.
But with months (years?) of lead-up coverage, many of us have heard enough about the wedding. There's a vocal group of royal watchers that have been talking about this day since Lady Diana went through the same ceremony a generation ago. For those who have lost interest and hope to get some work done tomorrow (it is a weekday, after all), we've put together this quick guide on how to avoid all-things Kate and Will. It'll be hard -- but not impossible.