I am at the Fiscal Sustainability counter-coference at GWU. Came down to DC just for that,and to satisfy my curiosity. Unfortunately, I lack wifi and am posting this from a mobile. GWU is stingy with its conference room wireless it seems. There's no long lunch break so I'll write back this evening if I can figure out how to steal away to a Starbucks. A little context: at the same time, a "fiscal sustainability" conference is going on in DC, essentially a right wing venture to gut pensions, etc. *This* meeting is intended in protest of that, and of misguided right-wing ideas about money. I'd post a link to both but my mobile browser is not suitable for this. I may update again but a liveblog is infeasible.
Updated: Welcome Brad DeLong readers. I eventually managed to liveblog once I figured out how to get onto the GWU wifi, and I have even posted the notes I took when offline, one post per talk. I will soon post a summary of what I learned and what I think about it. Check the category I created to file all of the counter-summit related posts.
Updated: My summary post.