Working part-time means that I’ve already missed the boat when it comes to writing about how IWMW10 went. Our IWMW10 blog has summaries of all the plenaries and quite a few of the parallel sessions and barcamps. A number of posts covering how the video streaming, technologies and remote participation have already been written by those who organised and participated in the event. See the MmIT blog: IWMW10 – remote participation at its best, Ann Priestley’s #iwmw10 follow-up (1): eavesdropping on the conversation and Brian Kelly’s Initial Reflections on IWMW 2010 and Further Reflections on IWMW 2010: Innovation and Sustainability.
Well what can I say, we had the lot: mobile talks, video streaming, geolocated tweets, the QR quiz, live blogging and coverIt-live, slides on Slideshare, recorded talks online, an online BarCamp and more.
As I’m lost for words why not watch a Animoto video I’ve made to sum up the event.
Note: I created the video in Animoto and thought I would be able to embed it. I have done this in the past and written about how to do it ( Animoto: Sharing Video). Unfortunately it seems that downloading and embedding in WordPress are only supported when you pay for full-length videos. Ho hum!
Most of the photos were taken by me but a few weren’t. Thanks those who took the extra ones. They are all available from Flickr using the iwmw10 tag and all have a Creative Commons licence on them.