I'm in Parnu, the third largest city in Estonia, really a beach town on the southern coast. If you ever visit during the summer, definitely rent a car and drive here and to the islands. The real Estonia is outside Tallinn.
Just gave my talk to the Visions to Solutions IT conference. Mostly did the wiki thing, showed off a couple of tools to explain tagging, talked about open source and made an argument for more liberal immigration policies to fuel growth of the sector. As was expected, I couldn't tease out questions after the talk.
Estonia's leading blogger, Siim Teller, spoke in Estonian about blogspace and the opportunities for adoption.
Ulo Parts from the Nokia technology platforms division had some good insight into their innovation process with talk meant for the engineering mind. "All inventions are not innovations, all innovations do not include inventions. 90% evolution, 10% disruptive is a good rule of thumb." He dove deep into how multidisciplinary and complex it is to put together a handset, complete with formulae and block diagrams. Main mathematical task is to find well performing receivers with optimized performance. Their implementation platform needs to be flexible to enable multiple radios. They look to cooperate in R&D with openness, focus research on radical innovations (which should be the focus of small technology companies, so they look to partner with them) and need efficient implementation.
Spoke with several people who were using wikis inside their companies. There is a natural adoption of open source here because Linux was invented next door, technical skills and budgetary constraints.