The second day of nescala 2014 is a free-to-attend, hands-on unconference (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unconference), self-organized on the spot by whoever shows up. (Trust us, this works.)
In past years we’ve had workshops, panels, talks that didn’t make it into day 1, debates, radio shows, and many unstructured conversations. The unconference is what you make of it.
We're taking over all three floors of Meetup HQ (be gentle, please), so there will be plenty of room for everyone, even those who didn't get in for Day 1. (http://www.meetup.com/nescala/events/160217402/)
Unconference participants will collectively fill the schedule grid (https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AoPJnj7KMjZAdGljdFZpNksxQjhtSWZjc29sMGEtSUE#gid=0) first thing Sunday morning. Bring your laptop, and your conversation ideas.
Rooms, projectors, whiteboards, and markers will be provided. But please bring your own video adapter, especially if it's not The One.
There will be coffee and other beverages, for a while at least. Food won't be provided, but there's a million places nearby to go get it.
code of conduct: Be kind (http://nescala.org/#kindness)