The conference itself has had plenty of realistic content. More than a few challenging questions. And it is generally grounded. No fear of being overwhelmed by causes given with the diverse crowd everyone is into their own particular interest. The dialog is appropriately focused on where non profits and tech overlap and how the tech can help.
One panel I enjoyed was the social networking panel. This pre-panel post on social networks by Bob sums up social networking features of most of the popular sites from his perspective. It is clear there is plenty of room to improve! Again and again he points out the lack of mature content driven social networks as opposed to content driven sites with minor social networking capabilities.