The Online Consciousness Conference has been up and running for a few days now. The conference, organized by Richard Brown, has a keynote paper by David Rosenthal and nine contributed papers, each followed by one or two commentaries, usually with both a video and a written version. There are lively and high-quality discussions in the comment threads after each paper. I'm a bit late to the party, having been out of town for the first few days of the conference. But as it happens, six of the ten papers take my work as a primary target (Derek Ball on mysterianism, Kati Balog on the phenomenal concept strategy, Dave Beisecker also on the phenomenal concept strategy, Richard Brown on arguments for dualism, Barbara Montero on Russellian physicalism, Gualtiero Piccinini on first-person data), so I've posted comments in those six threads. Other philosophers are encouraged to join in.