With more than 6000 attendants, Rootstech is probably the largest gathering of genealogical community people. A mix of volunteers and business orientated people.
I have not seen any archived version of the Saturday live stream (as of 7 o'clock PM Tuesday Swedish time). Perhaps they just forgot about it and left ...
Dear Myrtle managed to put out some HOAs on her YouTube-channel so I can at least comment on one of them.
The most interesting interview - in my opinion - was with Mike Davis of StoryPress.com.
With the growing number of tablets around this app must attract a lot of family historians.
The app is free to use and this Beginners version is for the first 5 stories. You keep your results off-line in your tablet. I wonder how much data there is room for in my iPad?
If you want to share your data in the cloud it's a reasonable USD 49 per year. It is however not in any public cloud service - it's in StoryPress' own version and that may pose problems. "It is there for ever" is a phrase I am not comfortable with. It's kinda me not fully in control.
How can I download the result to my desktop to ensure safekeeping of my data?
I also start thinking - what about OneNote and Evernote? Couldn't you make some sort of templates and get the same results? Both can do audio recordings.