My articles from LavaCon are slowly being posted online at TechWhirl’s LavaCon Conferences Page. I am working through plenty of typed and handwritten notes, and audio recordings. So far I have plenty of articles to write about and I believe there will be some article ideas that will come out of my attendance from this year’s LavaCon.
Currently there are two articles online at TechWhirl: Robert Rhyne Armstrong on the Perfect CMS and Corey Ganser on “Who Cares About Your Content?”. These two sessions fall into my field of interest with technical communication and content strategy. More article postings will come soon.
I have some photos of LavaCon and Austin, Texas on Flickr. You can view them on Roger’s LavaCon Flickr Set.
Videos of the nightlife will slowly pop up–including Karaoke.
I’ll leave you at last with a picture of Scott Abel and his panel of speakers at the Keynote Session: The New Communication Paradigm: Smart Content, Social Media and Mobile Devices.