I talked about "Phenomenological Quantum Gravity," and after some initial struggle with my computer it went pretty well. The talk is a summary of the prospects of detecting effects of quantum gravity at the LHC in scenarios with large extra dimensions, micro black holes, models with a minimal length scale and Deformed Special Relativity. It has an update about the current status of time delays in gamma ray bursts and the recently vanished holographic noise. The slides (pdf) are here. It doesn't really attempt to be a review, instead it is a rather biased perspective that focuses on the areas that I have worked on. One day, I will make the effort to put together an actual review.
A smart young man in the audience raised his hand and said that Smolin in his book claims the observation of an energy dependent dispersion in gamma ray bursts would outrule string theory, but now I was saying it wouldn't. Indeed, it wouldn't. The day will come when my hair stands upright at the mere mention of Smolin and his book. Please read this post and comments for clarification.
The audience was very attentive and in the cases when I forgot something relevant for later understanding, somebody would promptly ask the right question. I was very impressed. I will be doing some traveling with this talk: In October I will be in Potsdam for a seminar, and in late November in Frankfurt for a colloquium. Frankfurt wins the award for the lowest maintenance seminar schedule ever. If you have a desire for hearing a talk about the phenomenology of quantum gravity, let me know :-)