One problem with a great multi-track conference is that you have to choose between sessions being held at the same time. I attended some great sessions today.
But, as I look at the coverage on other posts tonight, I realize that there were other first rate discussions going on in the adjoining rooms.
Here are some of the better posts:
John Eckman covers a panel with Greg Reinacker, Ross Mayfield, Chris Alden and David Cassidy talking about user adoption of Enterprise 2.0 technologies.
Michael Sampson offer his notes on the Instant Messaging 2.0 session.
And, just for balance, a contrarian view from Jevon MacDonald of Canada (yep, Canadians get a free pass to think independently.)