Pangloss is now at the second day of SCRIPT-ed which is, as expected, both fascinating and well attended. Have taken various types of notes and further blawg will emerge. However for meantime , conference is especially notable as hotbed of legal Twittering - check out the search topics button for #scripted.
The last three conferences i've been to - all tech/social media/web affairs - have all had active twittering attendees, which is what has spurred my own current interest in the medium - but this is the first actual LAW conference I recall seeing such activity (also managed via @ahrc_script as aggregating channel). Anyone care to disagree/provide own experience?
My own comments, some more official than others :) can be found at my Twitter account, @lilianedwards and other Twitterers worth checking for here and elsewhere are @technollama (guess who) and @macsithigh (similar) plus ex ORG champion organiser, Becky Hogge, writing as @machine_envy.
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