Ottawapepper's 2012 peppers (part 2)
Peppermeister and tsheets,
I have used the newspaper method Josh referenced with good results. I've also had good results partially sinking small plastic containers, like you get sour cream in, into the ground and half filling them with cheap beer or pop with a bit of veg oil (to break viscosity). You loosely tent them and the earwigs crawl in and drown. You need to dump and replace when the body count gets high.
If you can find Diatomaceous earth, I think it's the most effective control when dealing with large infestations. It's organic and can be used indoors and out.
There's no daily maintenance required and it gives you the pleasure of knowing the little bas_ards are dying a slow (and hopefully painful) death by dehydration ;-)
The only downside is it needs to be re-applied after rain.
Here is a link that might be useful: Ottawapepper's 2012 peppers (part 1)