Mary Stevens has posted some thoughts about conference blogging on the Liverpool blog site. Those of us involved in the NCPH blog experiment would be interested to hear any further de-briefing ideas about whether this is something worth continuing in future years - perhaps we can just continue the conversation "over there" in the comment space of virtual Liverpool!
Also, check out the MP3 versions of several presentations from Liverpool, available on the conference website. The audio files include the keynote lectures by Frank Field, MP ("Why Politicians Should Pay Attention to History") and Sandy Nairn of the National Portrait Gallery ("Inspiration and Identity: What is Represented in Public Galleries?") as well as talks by Rebecca Conard, Dave Neufeld, Susan Ashley, and David Dean on Canadian and American public history practices.