Yeah, I'm busy again. I have a bunch of ideas for posts, but not a lot of time. Luckily the Lindy blogosphere has plenty of reactions. Online reaction on Facebook to the event itself has been crazy good. Thanks to everyone once again for attending, competing and working the best damn event around. First and foremost, results are now available on the ILHC website complete with score sheets in formats.
Although Patrick Szmidt has been putting up videos and scoresheets up on his website even as the event was still going on. When I spoke to him on Monday afternoon after it ended, he estimated that all the videos online at that point had garnered about 20,000 views already.
Lindy Library and Floridave also have videos up on YouTube. LindyLibrary has also conveniently added complete videos of all the Lindy Hop Jack & Jills so you can see each of those divisions in one shot. Floridave has compiled all of his videos onto one page for easy reference and viewing on his blog.
Check out the great shots by these super talented photographers.
from attendees, competitors, and onlookers from around the world.
Howard and Gayl comment from Arizona.
Jo Hoffberg lists her favorite moments.
The Lindy Project from Austin
Rik Panganiban posts on The Click Heard Around The World.
The previously mentioned Swing Columbus team reaction.
Swing Patrol out of The United Kingdom.
And they still post on the boards. The usualy suspects chime in on Yehoodi while MinnesotaLindy discusses ILHC in relation to what makes the a great event.
Finally a few swift and strong reactions to Karen Turman & Andrew Thigpen awesomely life-changing "Evolution of Lindy Hop" Showcase routine.
The Lindy Dandy Michael Quisao was bowled after seeing it posted online hours after Karen & Andrew step off the dance floor.
Reuben Brown put together a YouTube playlist to check out all the moments referenced.
Ben Yau wrote up an extensive piece about it for his website.
Thanks again to everyone. I hope to have some more of my own observations up in the next week or so.