Thanks to everyone for joining us for an amazing day and a half in DC. The proceedings are posted below, along with links to fully searchable transcribed audio, and we encourage you to share them so that others can jump in as well. The workshop arrived at two essential macro conclusions: 1) we have to do a better job at delivering solutions for digital discovery and access to the arctic treasures held in libraries, archives and museums; 2) much of the technical, organizational and professional infrastructure necessary to do this is already in place, and yet we are limited by stove-piping. Our challenge is not one of invention, but of innovation. We must strive to line up existing tools, infrastructure, and resources in new transformative ways to deliver on our collective promise to the arctic and to those who would learn from it. Anna Kerttula set out for us the next critical test: Identify a focal point for one or several actionable pilot projects. We are far from any final determination, but the target is clear: small but representative proving grounds for quick agile cycles of experimentation, user testing and learning; and where we might quickly apply these incremental lessons to scale across many of the larger portals. What do you think?