I knew when I made the decision to skip Canada on Rails in favor of the local Silicon Valley Ruby Conference that I'd miss being there at least a little bit. Sounds like it's been a pretty interesting time so far. Wish I could have done both, but oh well.
I haven't found a lot of posts with good info on the conference, but here's what I've turned up so far:
Alex Combas wrote up a nice summary of day one, including the best explanation of DHH's hotly debated "two words" I've seen so far. Just remember, context is crucial.
Tim Bray also has a good writeup of the first day.
And Myers Carpenter (the guy I sold my ticket to!) has been blogging copiously about the conference.
I'll add more links here as I find them, filtered for useful content.