Yesterday, DZone compiled some highlights from last month's Lucene Revolution 2011 conference. We found a nice list of blogs about the various Lucene Revolution sessions on the Lucid Imagination blog.
Today, the Lucid Imagination blog has eight more session overviews (complete with slidedecks) for you to peruse! Some really neat ones include an attempt to build a "Time Machine" with Solr, and a session on how Solr is being used in unique ways be law enforcement.
Integrating Advanced Text Analytics into Solr/Lucene
BeyondTrees and the New York Times: Using Lucene to build a time machine
More like this: from semantics to new business model for Canoo and Axel Springer
Solr and law enforcement: highly relevant results can be a crime
Lucene Revolution Keynote Highlights: the once and future history of open source and enterprise search
The scientific approach to search at Sensis