The first day of sessions at the RootsTech conference made my brain hurt, but in a good way. The keynote was shared with two speakers and I could have done without the first, Shane Robison of HP walking through a slide deck he’d given to countless other hapless audiences, telling us very little new. Fortunately Jay Veckler of FamilySearch followed with a more relevant and well presented piece. The sessions I attended ranged from excellent to pretty good, not a bad average for a first day.
To finish off, I just watched a fabulous 3D IMAX film at the Clark Planetarium about the Hubble. Gave me a thrill of pride to see Canada on the Canadarm doing its job in space.