There are jillions of write-ups of the debate asking "Is creation a viable model of origins in today's modern scientific era?" but I think these are the better ones, and of course I am not linking any Christian sites, though some of them may be reasonable. I'll leave it to some Christian to round up.
CBS morning show coverage: http://www.cbsnews.com/news/bill-nye-defends-evolution-in-kentucky-debate/ (skip the write-up and go right to the comments!)
ABC's Nightline went behind the scenes for an 'only-in-America' show-down. They outright call Ham's creation museum "pseudoscience." Good for them!
Washington Post: http://www.washingtonpost.com/national/health-science/bill-nye-defends-evolution-in-kentucky-debate/2014/02/04/7faa3184-8dfd-11e3-99e7-de22c4311986_story.html
NBC blog: Bill Nye wins over the Science Crowd
Jerry Coyne in The New Republic declares Nye the winner
The L.A. Times imagines a television series out of this.
Slate's William Slatan says Ham proved that creationism is a harmless compartmentalized fantasy that won't endanger scientific or technological progress.
Salon gives the edge to Ham not for the debate, but for advancing his agenda.
Pat Robertson and other fundamentalists are not okay with old-earth creationism (Christian "Science" Monitor)
Huffpo blogger Sam McElwee calls Ham a quack.
Someone from buzzfeed asked creationists in the audience to write out questions for the rest of us: http://www.buzzfeed.com/mjs538/messages-from-creationists-to-people-who-believe-in-evolutio
... and also asked reasonable people to write their comments & questions for creationists:
Lawrence O'Donnell interviews Nye post-debate:
The whole debate here: (Or you could watch it at Ham's Answers in Genesis youtube channel, but I won't link it - you'll have to find it yourself)