Filed under: better late than never.
Gnomedex 2009 marked my 4th Gnomedex and it seems that they get better every year. Gnomedex has always made me think in ways I hadn’t thought, meet people I had not met and do things I wouldn’t otherwise do. I view going to Gnomedex as a kind of engineered randomness with known constraints.
Gnomedex is also a place for me make new friends and to catch up with friends that I don’t get to see all that often. This year was no different (although I did miss one person in particular). Drop me a line if I haven’t said hi after this year’s Gnomedex.
Words, rather than photos
If you’re looking for a wrap up or summary of Gnomedex 2009 in words, rather than pictures, here are few of best that I’ve read.
- Derek Miller (penmachine) has summaries of both day’s talks
(Day 1, Day 2)
- Kris Krug wraps his prose in between his photos in his Gnomedex 9 Human Circuitry
- While not strictly about Gnomedex, Betsy Aoki crosses over into my other love, Ignite with her post on “Giving an Ignite Presentation – What I learned at Gnomedex 2009.”
Gnomedex 2009 Pix
Here are my favorite pictures from this year’s Gnomedex (some of which have been posted over on my photoblog).
Frank Eliason – ComcastCares
Printed head from Bre’s Maker Bot 3d printer.
Lee LeFever and Kris Krug
Danielle Sipple (@fiercekitty) and Buzz Bruggeman
Big thanks to Chris Pirillo and all the folks that put on Gnomedex every year. Their tireless hard work that makes Gnomedex very special to me every year is very much appreciated.
More photos from my Gnomedex 2009 photoset