Here are some links:
Timeline of splashdown at European Space Agency
Cassini-Huygens page at JPL/NASA including animation scenarios for landing on wet stuff or solids
A great site by Susan A. Kitchens, who's posting at 2:16AM: 20/20 Hindsight She says that earth scopes have picked up the carrier, so the probe has at least "woken up" properly.
I may do a Technorati later to see what's up.
UPDATE: Technorati is going nuts! There are 1800 recent weblog posts on this topic. The parachute on Huygens deployed (hurray, no Beagle ) and the probe has powered up.
UPDATE: Susan is tele-live-blogging (?) the press conference here in Germany. A huge success!
9:40 PM. German TV is showing an image with methane? rivers and drainage basins. The probe reported winds of 500 km/hr (about 310 mph)