The lack of updates on Thursday was due to the editorial team attending the first Digital Entertainment Conference, which took place in Glasgow's Royal Concert Hall.
The first event of it's kind, the conference covered a very broad range of areas, from television, online, mobile and advertising through to games and interactivity.
Speakers ranged from Mike Short, the O2 CTO through to advertising guru Jim Brooks and of course, Games Consultancy's Chris Wright. Chris's opinion that casual games, not massive console titles, is the most interesting area in the games market was soaked up by an crowd of over 150 people, covering a very broad range of companies, organisations and adcademic institutions.
SG editor Brian Baglow also took part in the closing Moving Conversations panel, where he unleashed a flurry of four-letter expletives during an impassioned rant on the dominance of interactivity in the digital sector.
The success of this event, plus the fairly major attendance at the recent Guardian coffee morning (despite the lack of coffee), points to the growth of the sector in Scotland, as well as showing there's a real desire for more digital content focused events.
This bodes well for the forthcoming Edinburgh Interactive Festival, which is already promising a few surprises for the digital media industry...