Barcamp went well. Somehow I wound up being the first presenter, but that was fine. I was able to get a network cable for my laptop, so the demo from my side went smoothly. However, there was something funny about the wireless at the SAT, so I don’t think anyone else was able to get Mujax to work quite right. That was unfortunate. Also strange was that there weren’t many questions. Evan asked all of the questions and had a good suggestion about how I might be able to easily get a lot of content into the system, but everyone else just stared blankly. Perhaps this had something to do with the fact that no one had had their coffee yet. Or maybe Mujax isn’t very interesting to people who are primarily concerned with making a living working on the web.
The rest of the day was pretty good. There were some very engaging speakers and some real snorers (I think I may have been one of the snorers, actually). I’ve decided that it’s really important for PowerPoint slides to be somewhat entertaining and it’s really boring when people put too much info on their slides and then just basically read back that information, embellishing only slightly.