Umamiblog was inspired and energised:
It was, as I’d hoped, a most excellent, inspiring, re-energising and fun conference — just like the first. The crew behind Webstock managed something that isn’t as common as we hope it to be in NZ.. which was to prove it wasn’t a fluke and pull it off for a second time.
[Via : ‘Stocked.]
Webstock in Wellington: It’s about story – Freshview Thoughts:
The conference proper was tremendously well run, great swag, decent food and the main hall featured seating around tables, which I found both different and helpful in talking to people.
Molly Holzschlag has added a video to her blog that was made here in New Zealand at Webstock 08:
Interview: Roger & Molly: Webstock New Zealand
I like this interview! It runs a bit long but Roger made me feel so welcome it just came out as a spontaneous chat.
[Via : Interview: Roger & Molly: Webstock New Zealand.]
The video’s about 20 minutes long
Thanks to Nortypig:
Molly Holzschlag Interview [20 minutes] from Webstock 08 covering interoperability, HTML 5, Internet Explorer 8 version targeting, and web professionalism.
[Via : Molly Holzschlag Interview.]
Speaker Scott Berkun thought we did some things right:
the webstock bag doesn’t look like a conference bag: it looked so good I had to ask twice to make sure it was the conference bag, and not some special prize.
… The t-shirt …
Came in women’s and men’s versions. Why should I care as a man? Well, I confess: I like to look at women. Especially when they’re wearing clothes meant to fit their curvy figures. I always hear people complain about the low numbers of women at design and tech conferences. Well, maybe if they followed some of webstock’s ideas, more women would be interested in finding out about their conferences.
[Via : Conference materials (and more) done right – Webstock ‘08.]
Nigel Parker was Webstoked:
I must say I’m very impressed by the way that the majority of the international webnorati mingled with the rest of us.
[Via : WEBSTOKED!.]