Asi Sharabi has written a true thing on his blog, basically saying that Interesting was good, but all a bit of a blur. It's true. People say that every year. Probably more so this year because we crammed so many talks in. Fortunately though, we have the internet as a coping strategy, and bits and pieces of the blur are solidifying and taking shape around the web. Asi's presentation is here, for instance. And Alby Reid's piece about Nuclear Power is here.
(Do you remember those Atomkraft? Nein Danke stickers you used to see in the 70s and 80s. Yellow, with a little smiley red sun/explosion thing in the middle. Someone should do some Atomkraft Ja Bitte stickers. I'd buy some of them. - Oh, perhaps they already have. - )
I was also delighted to read Cait's thoughts about it all, especially about 'female geekiness'. I think she's dead right; there was a note struck in those talks which I've not seen at many conferences before. Hurrah.
Anyway, like I say, eventually I'll hopefully link to everything that's out there, and slow the blur down a bit for you.
And big thanks to everyone for coming. You played your part perfectly...