I got to see a bunch of talks: Rogue Clowns was awesome, so was the Social Engineering Toolkit update by David Kennedy (even though it was a minor update, it’s great he keeps working on this. Deviant had a new sort of lockpicking contest, and finally I participated in whose slide is it anyways. @DualCore performed also Saturday night and that was cool!
Saturday night was Block Party, a European style Demo Party. This was actually pretty sweet, I had some friends do up some demo’s but there were 2 really awesome demo’s. Check out the opening here. It was pretty sweet on huge speakers and screens! Oh, and I sat through a pretty crazy notacon radio session!
On a sad note, a bunch of stuff was taken from the hackerspace at notacon (which is really lame, whoever did that) if you know anything about this, or can return the stuff, contact Mitch (the guy who ran it) with the info here and here.
I will be back to Notacon next year, hope to get out to Oregon to visit @jimmythehorn and it was great to hang out for a bit with @Froggy and @Tyger and hope to see them before that! And to all the people I met and hung with (you know who you are!) you better be back!
If you go to one con per year, Notacon is one to seriously consider!