I'm sure I will be tired and bored, so stop by and say hi.
BTW a plea to speakers : if you are doing a GDC talk, if you actually have some useful information to share, write it down! The written word on the internet can reach many more people than speech at a conference, and it lasts forever and provides a reference for game developers in the future.
And no, putting up your slides doesn't count. Slides are crap, throw them away. Don't publish your slides. I would be very happy if I never saw a single PPT file on the internet ever again. You used the slides in your talk, that's fine, that's what they are for - your talk. They are NOT a readable useful form of the information that is worth publishing. Write some real text in paragraphs and publish that. And no, video or audio of the talk don't count either. I know you're busy, but you really don't have time to write a few paragraphs? If your research is substantial, then you spent months and months on it, and now you can't put in a few more hours to write it down properly? Come on, do it.