I ended up acting as de facto timekeeper for the requested ten-minute limit on presentations and questions per group/year because I had the time-elapsed display in the camera. I recorded all of the Worldcon, NASFiC, and bid presentations, followed by the presentation by San Jose to host the 2010 SMOFCon. SFSFC's bid was the only one left standing, and thus we'll host SMOFCon 28 in downtown San Jose the first weekend of December of next year. Buy your memberships early -- the web site is up and we're selling memberships (currently $50) now.
I have all of the presentation video, but because my primary computer is offline at least until I get back to Oregon next weekend, I have no convenient way to manipulate the files, so I won't be able to upload the videos until then. Ben Yalow used a memory-card reader to get copies of the raw files off the camera's card, and I'll offer the file to anyone here at SMOFCon who also wants them, but getting the files edited, titles added, etc. will have to wait.