Despite all the hurdles first time events have, eComm came off basically without a hitch yesterday, and by the looks of some early "press" the event seems to have hit the mark the right way.
Sure, everyone will like some speakers and find faults with others. That's the nature of all conferences, and thankfully, we live in a country where free speech is still allowed.
Here are a few highlights:
News.com's Tim Lebrecht who is part of their blogger network.
Information Week's Rick Martin also weighed in with a very concise round up that is theme based and really captured the spirit of eComm.
VoIP-News's editorial team was out as well, one of the few industry pubs that came by, which was a shame. I expect to see VON Magazine's new editor here today based on my call with Paul Kapustka yesterday.
Uber Analyst from the UK, Dean Bubley, weighs in with the kind of insight about the USA's lack of competition and more.
Stuart Henshall also has some highlights...