As an EDA technologist, I've been to technical conferences (e.g. DAC) where I learned a lot and come out of it with dozens of ideas of what to do next; and as a Republican, I've been to my share of political events and conventions, where I got jazzed up about the conservative cause. This is the first conference I've been too where I got both feelings at once - I learned a lot and have a dozen "Must do" followups to build up our blog and build up the RightOnline community in Texas. Plus I got jazzed by AFP activism (this links to a YouTube of AFP exposing Al Gore's globaloney hypocrisy yesterday), and great messages from John Fund, Rep John Carter, Michael Steele, Michael Williams, Grover Norquist, Michelle Malkin and others.
RightOnline.com has a blogroll of some of the blogs that participated in the RightOnline summit. It was a pleasure meeting a lot of the people listed in the blogroll. After the session, I got to meet up with Soren Dayton, who's on RedState and whose recent project is The NextRight.
Travis Fell did a lot of liveblogging at his VITW blog, as did Melissa Clouthier out of The Woodlands, Texas, and many others.
UPDATE: Travis Fell has nice tweet-sized summary roundup of reports on RightOnline from various blogs including Travis Monitor. And I agree with his own summation:
Build community. Unify TX right blogs w/new tools. Microtarget. Fight global warming hysteria. Engage local media. Focus -> quality content.