No, not really, but when [Ewan](http://www.ewanspence.com/blog/) suggested the headline, I couldn’t resist. But boy, the organisational problems (really cold, precious little food, precious little WiFi) and some dull, dull stage presentations have taken the edge off the day. But, seeing as I couldn’t get into the evening party, sponsored by Netvibes, because it had a hard limit far lower than the number of attendees, I’ve got the time and WiFi I didn’t have earlier to catch up on some posts…Idea [slightly nicked from Steph](http://twitter.com/stephtara/status/1047230676)…
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