Congratulations to the organizers of Ramencamp, a new Boston conference for bootstrapping your startup. The content was amazing and it was a great crowd of Boston professionals.
After using SpringPad on my iPad for the day, I can see myself taking notes at other conferences in this way. I've really been enjoying the application, and I recommend you check it out. I also dig the Android app.
Another great idea the organizers incorporated into the agenda were lunch conversations with all of the speakers. It was a great way to facilitate a more interactive chat. The highlight of the day for me was watching Elizabeth Yin guide business oriented founders towards not rushing to build products and to make small steps towards building complex feature sets. She did a phenomenal job expressing Lean Startup sentiments in a simple and understandable manner. Launchbit has done a great job assembling a toolkit for founders to assess their business ideas. I definitely recommend checking out the Launchbit site.