Webstock: Day Two

I love Webstock.

Every year I love it more.

But I can't capture the words to describe my experience and do it any justice whatsoever.

From the lollipops on the tables, to the plethora of power points. The speakers oh the speakers. The bar is very high and they clear it every time. The attendees are so open and friendly and talkative. It's not about 'networking' it's about sharing - stories and joy - meeting and laughing and all for one and one for all. But the best, of the best, are the organisers.

Webstock is built with love, by love, for love.

All I can say is go. Go to Webstock. But don't go. Don't tell anyone how great it is. I don't want it ruined by too many more people knowing about it so shush, it's our secret.


sketchnotes for Adam Lisagor talk at Webstock 2012

Collaboratively created notes for all the speakers at Webstock 2012

The sign language translators at Webstock were mesmerising. Such graceful hands and expressive facial expressions: