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Inman Connect Day 1: Robots, IDX, and C.A.R. vs. dotloop

Real estate technology conference Inman Connect kicked off in San Francisco today. Conference attendees attended panels and talks on subjects ranging from robots and Google Glass to the worth of IDX.

The most anticipated event of the day, however, was the on-stage debate between C.A.R's Joel Singer and Austin Allison of dotloop. The two went head-to-head in a discussion on the security and privacy issues behind C.A.R.'s recent refusal to license its forms to dotloop.

We took to Twitter today to watch all the action unfold. It's our favorite way to monitor real time updates from the conference. Below, we've compiled a few of the day's best Tweets to keep our readers up to date, as well. Read on for some great 140-character nuggets of real estate wisdom.

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KWStudioCityKWStudioCity - Realtors benefits when C.A.R. ensures that their privacy and security is protected and respected, comments Joel on forms usage at #ICSF

Laurie Weston DavisLaurie Weston Davis - It's not a choice if an agent wants oranges and you are force feeding apples CAR #icsf #choice

Jack MillerJack Miller - Separation of Content (forms) and code (software) allow user choice. Why can't we do that? #icsf

Sam ScottSam Scott - High drama at #ICSF as Austin Allison and Joel Singer debate access to CAR's proprietary forms.

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