SXSW Day Two – People-Powered Products

The last panel I saw on Sunday was “People-Powered Products.” It was moderated by Jason Levitt (Yahoo! Developer Network) and included: Jeremy Hogan (Lulu) Matt Rubens (Jamglue) Derek Powazek (8020 publishing, which produces JPG Magazine, about which I blogged a while back) Heather Champ (Flickr community manager) Aside from the humorous bits (the bored balloon […]

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SXSW Day Two – Future of JavaScript

Aaron Gustafson (Easy Designs) and Andrew Dupont (Prototype core team) gave a  very developer focused, brief presentation on “The Future of JavaScript.” It was crammed into one of the 25-minute sessions SXSW had in the afternoons (a 3:30-3:55 spot and a 4:05-4:30 spot each day) so the rapid-fire nature of it made good sense.

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SXSW Day Two – Learning (Web Design) From Las Vegas

Dan Saffer (Adaptive Path, No Ideas But in Things) presented Sunday afternoon under the title “Learning Interaction Design From Las Vegas.” The slides are available from his blog. As a big fan of Venturi, Brown, and Izenour’s Learning from Las Vegas, I was worried at first that the presentation would be either: Just a cute […]

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SXSW Day Two – Using RSS For Marketing

Sunday morning, I start to recognize what people mean when they say the panels start too early. Looking at the schedule before coming, I couldn’t understand how 10am could seem early. (AjaxWorld, where I am as I write this, has panels starting at 7:30am). The 10am panel was rather plainly titled “Using RSS for Marketing.” […]

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