Well, despite coming down with a killer headache 1/2 way through the event, I thoroughly enjoyed the London leg of the on AIR tour. All the guys from Adobe and [most of] the 'guest speakers' were really interesting. Toying around with AIR before the event helped understand things a little better, but looking up stuff on the 'net just doesn't compare to having it demonstrated on the tour. Like the worlds smallest video player.
I think you can tell something's good if the event-hype subsides and you still find yourself dreaming up ideas.
I believe that the whole day was being recorded - there was certainly some notices up about it, and a DV-Cam setup at the back. Doesn't appear to be online yet, though if I spot it, i'll let you know.
You can find some more at the flickr onair2008london group.
If you're interested in AIR, you might also want to check out...
- Mike Chambers' post on Redistributing the AIR Runtime Installer, because AIR isn't a replacement for Director or Zinc, it's coming at a whole new angle - more like Microsofts' .Net Framework.
- And hey, this wasn't anything to do with the tour, but I noticed it yesterday - a Webcam to Flv encoder, built on Adobe AIR, from zero point nine : Webcam Digital Video Recorder for AIR.