Information about each flyer, live video streams, polls and mini podcasts will all be fed into the stream and readers can comment and ask questions.
Follow the action Worthing Pier with the Herald's online live and interactive Worthing Birdman blog by clicking here.
As well as keeping readers posted on the live blog and through the Worthing Herald Twitter account, there will be live video feeds and mini podcasts.
Twitter users can also follow the official Worthing Birdman feed and make their own comments by using the #WorthingBirdman hashtag.
Facebook and Twitter users can add the event logo to their accounts by visiting the Worthing Birdman Twibbon page.
The Herald online team will be checking in between 2-3pm on Saturday, and 2.30-3.30pm on Sunday at Worthing Pier on the online location game Foursquare, in a bid to unlock the rare swarm badge.
So far only two Foursquare swarm has occured in the UK and just 50 people need to check in at roughly the same time at the same location, so let's make it for Worthing Birdman.
After the event videos will go online at this website, and a Worthing Birdman 2010 picture special will appear in the Thursday, August 19 edition of the Herald series.
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