This year the Fortune Brainstorm Tech Conference coincides with the Summit and many of the usual suspects are heading for Half Moon Bay. The conference is covered by many blogers with big names, among them Joi Ito, who is unsure what to blog about the conference and rather uses his camera and make photos or Steve Jurvetson of DFJ who's link goes directly to his Flicker page about his favorite topic, rockets. Rebecca McKinnon posts her answers to the questions every attendee received in advance - maybe one of the bloggers I did not check actually blogs live from the event as the agenda progresses. It seems that live blogging is so very 2007 that nobody remembers except people who set up conference Web sites a year in advance.
[UPDATE MAY 2017] - nothing is going on - the domain is for sale and all links are dead Tony Perkins, publisher, editor and Silicon Valley pundit today opens the 2008 Always On Stanford Summit, that has become the mid-summer event of the Valley. 250 Companies have been selected and a comprehensive program of speeches and round-table discussions will cover all aspects of the life of start-ups in the Valley and beyond: "The AlwaysOn & STVP Summit at Stanford is a two-and-a-half-day executive gathering that highlights the significant economic, political and commercial trends affecting the global technology industries."
If you can make it - I will see you there - please come and say hello, otherwise try to find me on the live Webcast.