So I attended last nights DemoCamp put on by Ian Graham and Peter Childs. And I believe it was a very full house; as in no seats left.I’m going to be a bit disagreeable on the event, I enjoy them and will continue to go but they’re getting a bit silly.I think there were three to four issues with the LCD-projector through out the night. The wifi connection was blamed for problems with a demo (I don’t buy it.) And the MODASolutions presenter had half a screen of toolbars installed on her Internet explorer (f11 is your friend. )And on that subject – I don’t agree with Scott Annan that letting MODASolutions present was essentially “allowing established companies to use DemoCamp as a pure sales and marketing platform.” if so…. Devshop commercials are much worse. MODASolutions wasn’t selling anyone in that room a product/service, Devshop was. Plus, I doubt more than 20% of people there had a clue a bill payment engine company was located in Ottawa – which is pretty cool.But I digress.It was a bit disappointing that Alec Saunders didn’t get to present. I was looking forward to it.Trailpeak‘s Kurt Turchan has a good thing going. I was impressed with the business butthink they might have trouble breaking into the U.S. market without a US Anchor company (Ala MEC.) But it still shows some of the exciting social/wiki sites being launched (and/or run successfully) in Canada.In that line of thinking CitySales has got to become a bit more embracing of user generated content and willing to let users grab the sales info as needed. I think RSS feeds into the sub categories would make the site useful, its current email blast method is a barrier I don’t think many will jump to get the info. Monetizing the advertisers will be a huge challenge. But its still early days there.The other companies are not really anything I’ll comment on here. They were either not interesting to me or just didn’t make enough of an impression to be included in the list. No one was a waste of time time and I enjoyed a relaxed demo of new technologies. I’ll of course be attending the next one.