One of the problems with live events is that they take time. Sure you can speed up the video a bit, but you're still committed to a discrete block of time, and when the event is a two day online conference, it's going to take at least a day. In the physical world we account for this by blocking out some time to actually leave the audience. Then, while attending in person, we fill the gaps with email, Twitter, and socializing in general. Yes, you can do this online, but it's less easy to divide our attention this way. All of this is a way of saying I did not review everything from this conference. But I still think readers (who have the time) will find them interesting.