The Post-Gazette covered it here and it was live-blogged by Lindsay at Pittsburgh Metblogs (here, here and here).
I will add that in addition to what you can read in the above articles, I was impressed hearing how Clinton had acted proactively in New York State to bring together various companies and institutions to work collaboratively for the benefit of them all. She stated that she believes that the role of government in helping business is to be "a convener, a collaborator, a catalyst and a partner."
She emphasized the need for basic research.
She also talked about both how to keep people who receive higher education in this state as well as valuing vo-tech education.
Listening to her speak and the panels of people who she assembled, I thought at one point, "Damn, I want this woman to be my president."
Here's some pictures from the event:
Oh, the people you have to rub shoulders with during a campaign...