I'll be leaving for Amsterdam this afternoon to attend Fall eComm 2009.
I plan to record my notes as I did at the HD Communications summit in NYC in September, i.e. I'll write my notes on Twitter in real time and then, after the conference, collate the results into one giant blog post (for my own sake as much as for yours, esteemed reader).
If you're interested in live coverage, follow my tweets at: http://twitter.com/brough
Whoever and whatever you follow, I assume the common tag people will be using (as before) will be "eComm" so that's another approach...Shameless self-promotion: My part in the conference:
On Wednesday morning, I'm speaking on Open Spectrum issues. I will point out some laws of physics and emerging technology changes that, together, suggest a new, better focus for open spectrum efforts.
On Wednesday afternoon, I'm a panelist on Andy Abramson's panel, "Are current wireline and wireless eco-systems still relevant?."
And then on Friday afternoon, I'm moderating a panel that I've organized on "Spectrum 2.0 - What's really happening?"