Wow, just wow. We just got out of the morning's keynote by Robert Lefkowitz - while I might not completely agree with everything he said, I can not deny he's turned more than a few ways I think of things on their head. I can't even really describe it without doing it an injustice. I can only really say that the presentation was really, really good. Between this one, and the OLPC presentation on day one, I am really, really impressed. I have a reading list gleaned from his slides that should keep me occupied for some time. With the OLPC and this talk, I'm feeling/am inspired to experience, learn and get more involved in both the Python Language/project - but also computer science as a whole.