Well, I was afraid that the double-posting would fall apart at some point. Instead, here are links back to all my posts on the MLA Conference Blog. The conversation is already starting there, with some good comments.
I highly recommend reading through the whole blog, or searching the categories that interest you. Twenty bloggers posted more than 100 posts in three days; it's an amazing source of information on what happened at the conference this year!
Technoschism: Reorganizing and Restructuring Libraries for the Real Future (second keynote with Stephen Abram)
Tiny Tech: How to use technology sensibly in small libraries (Jessamyn West)
Meet the Millennials: a group interview facilitated by Stephen Abram
Future of MARC: the Challenges and Opportunities of 21st Century Cataloging
Perspectives On Liberty: a panel discussion
[I lost my post from the "Meet Your Youth Services Consultants!" panel due to battery issues. I'll post the link here when I've re-created it.]
Equal Access Libraries in Massachusetts: Meeting the Needs of Youth, Older Adults, Boomers and Health Consumers through Community-Responsive Programming
Radical Reference: Community Librarianship and Free/Open Source Technology
"Is Reference Dead?" A Round Table discussion