I am a bit put off by all the whining about the lack of posts myself.
a lot goes on at this show
. On top of that, these conference centers that the SCAA chooses aren't exactly state of the art when it comes to communication - they pick smaller cities and venues, and as such, you won't get the kind of service, technology speaking, that you'd get in a major market.
For instance, the only wifi I could get at the conference was some paid-for stuff, and even that was spotty. After paying 20 euros for 2 hours (and doing it several times) in Bern last year, I said no more to paying for show floor wifi.
So to get wifi to upload stuff so Ben and others would get their fix, it would require me walking probably about a half mile distance from the USBC staging area (as an example) to one of the nearby hotels. Posting stuff, then going back.
We tried to cull and post our content on CG Saturday night, but I was just too bagged myself, and needed the sleep. Sunday night, my own hotel's wifi tanked and I couldn't access the net. Monday, I simply didn't have time, but I did get info to Jim Hoffman as soon as I could knowing the Hoff would be all over the net with the early results.
That said, there's already 3000 words up on CG in the Day 1 report, and it's not written in fly by your pants, .... leading, cryptic thoughts either - it's stuff we tried to write in an informed, detailed way with matching photos. And more is coming.
The content is coming. From many sources. Have patience. From me, there's more show floor stuff than USBC, but some USBC. But I'm sure as the week progresses, you'll get your fix on videos, podcasts, and wall to wall USBC discussion.
There's also a flickr group for the 2007 conference that's been getting updates daily: