It all came off rather well despite having grown to over 5 times the size of attendance that we had originally anticipated. Good discussions. Good behavior. Good people meeting good people. Props to Anton for getting this going and making it happen. Props to Fred for being on top of the wireless access and much more. Props to Jen O’Bryan who made it possible for us to know each other’s names and sites. Props to TJ and John for taping the event. Special thanks to Ed Cone and to Dan Gillmor for leading discussions. Thanks to the folks at lulu.com for providing the drinks and donuts.
What was it like? There is a nice collection of live-blog postings on the conference wiki. If you have notes, pictures and/or live blog entries, please add yourself.
I’m learning what went on from the wiki myself. When you are in the middle of things, you don’t get to pay the attention that you’d like to –especially if you are me and the laptop that you brought ends up being the one projected for folks to see the blogs in question and then it starts dropping the wireless at random intervals –grrr. my ancient T-book needs to be traded in.
Sally Greene took some pictures.

2 Responses to “Triangle Bloggers Afters.”
  1. anonyMoses says:

    Thanks for a splendid day, Paul! So sorry I didn’t get to
    formally meet you. I’ve heard nothing but great things about you,
    and now I can see why you are endeared to people. Your ebullience is contageous…
    Good things hostitals nearby! :)

    All the best for your excellent work and team,
    Dave Beckwith
    Charlotte

  2. Ben says:

    Was wondering if you could shoot off an e-mail or something when the audio/video is up online from the Conference. Already asked Anton about it also. Thank you for the great hospitality there at UNC-Chapel Hill. Here’s to blogging from GSO.

    Regards,
    Ben

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