The 218 AAS meeting in Boston, MA was great. I met up with people I know and several people whom I had the pleasure of meeting for the first time.
There were many talks about the recent results from Kepler ranging from new instrumentation/reduction pipeline issues to new scientific discoveries (planets and astroseismology mostly). One particularly interesting talk, at least from my perspectives, presented some demographic information on jobs in astronomy/astrophysics. The speaker (James S. Ulvestad of the NSF, who made it very clear that he was NOT speaking on behalf of the NSF, but instead as an individual), presented some staggering statistics. Once the talk is online I highly suggest you watch it if you are planning a career in astronomy/astrophysics research.