You'll find a spreadsheet to track the sessions and notes here, which includes links to the collective notes, indicators for sessions without notes, and an "all notes" document, along with instructions for saving all the notes into Evernote. Note-takers covered major points, juicy quotes and lists of resources, so this array of notes represents one of the most useful tools I've seen come out of a professional conference. Don't be stopped by the nonprofit label: They're useful for nonprofits, companies, entrepreneurs and more, and cover technical topics as well as content development, social tools, IT governance, community management and more.
Why don't we have more of this? That's what I'll be asking the conferences I attend. Enjoy this flood of smart resources on technology and social media. (Hat tip to Zan McColloch-Lussier for the pointer to this great resource, and kudos to the NTEN organizers.)