One of the blogs I read is Cool Cat Teacher by Vicki Davis. She just posted about missing NECC, the national technology conference, because of a family situation. I can really sympathize with her situation. (You can read more about that in my comment to Vicki's post that I linked above.)
I am going to try to attend virtually though. Here is a link to some of the content you will be able to access on the Web, http://www.isteconference.org/ISTE/2011/glance/simulcasts_and_webcasts.php. I am also thinking about signing up to do a virtual workshop, http://www.isteconference.org/ISTE/2011/program/virtual_workshops.php. Remote ISTE is $99 for a whole day of sessions. There are two tracks with lots of great sessions. I am interested in the several - Google forms, mobile learning devices, iPads and I would love to see Steven Covey talk about his new book, The Leader in Me. It also looks like you can observe the wiki (http://digiteacher.flatclassroomproject.org/) for a session Julie Lindsay will be conducting about digital citizenship.
Anyone else going in person or virtually?