Look for me in Austin (SXSWi)

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Are you going to Austin this weekend for SXSWi? Or maybe you’re heading for Austin to attend the new Apple Store opening? Either way, I’ll be around. Visiting all the great independent shops and restaurants Austin has to offer, as well as attending SXSWi for the fourth time. Interested in what panels I’m excited to see? (maybe not so much?) – but here it is anyways, my SXSWi list of panels:

Saturday, March 10th

  • 10:00 am » Emerging Social and Technology Trends
  • 11:30 am » Getting to Consistency: Don’t Make Your Users Think
  • 2:00 pm » Kathy Sierra Opening Remarks
  • 3:30 pm » Stop Designing Products
  • 4:05 pm » Ruining the User Experience: When JavaScript and Ajax Go Bad
  • 5:00 pm » High Class and Low Class Web Design

Sunday, March 11th

  • 10:00 am » Designing for Convergent Devices
  • 11:30 am » Making Your Short Attention-Span Pay Big Dividends
  • 2:00 pm » Everything You Always Wanted to Know About the Mobile Web…but Were Afraid to Ask
  • 3:30 pm » Learning Interaction Design From Las Vegas
  • 4:05 pm » Moving Large Corporations Towards Accessibility
  • 5:00 pm » People-Powered Products (or maybe Mash-up Culture…)

Monday, March 12th

  • 10:00 am » Get Unstuck: Moving From 1.0 to 2.0
  • 11:30 am » Mobile Application Design Challenges and Tips
  • 2:00 pm » Dan Rather Keynote Interview
  • 3:30 pm » Rails and AJAX: Building Enterprise-Class Web Applications (or maybe People Media…)
  • 4:05 pm » Design Patterns: Defining and Sharing Web Interface Design Languages
  • 5:00 pm » How to Create A Kickass In-House Design Team

Tuesday, March 13th

  • 10:00 am » Customer Service is the New Marketing
  • 11:30 am » 12 Values Shaping Technology’s Future
  • 2:00 pm » Will Wright Keynote Speech
  • 3:30 pm » The Truth About Mobile & The Future of Personal Devices
  • 4:05 pm » Data Shrapnel
  • 5:00 pm » Bruce Sterling’s SXSW Rant

I’ll be staying at the Hilton Garden Inn downtown, bowling on Sunday night, and enjoying Austin as much as possible.

3 thoughts on “Look for me in Austin (SXSWi)

  1. I look forward to seeing you down there. Getting to meet all the bloggers that have taught me so much will be awesome.

  2. World Film Magic Distribution and Sky 21 Productions Announce the Production and Release of “Pure Shooter”

    Hollywood, CA, April 18, 2008 –(PR.com)– World Film Magic Distribution and Sky 21 Productions announce that production of “Pure Shooter” has started and will be released throughout the world in 2009. Directed by Neema Barnette, the intense drama features Michael Rooker, Lynn Whitfield, Clifton Powell, Christopher Williams and is executive produced by Gregory Jones and Robert Rangel.

    The story is about a young man with incredible basketball skills who barely survives segregation, racism and an abusive father and is set to be filmed in North Carolina, USA. Pure Shooter was written by Robert Ruggieri, Robert Noll and Gregory Jones.

    Jose Gonzalez, CEO of World Film Magic says he is very happy to be working with such an important and outstanding cast, and such a professional team including production and cinematography.

    World Film Magic is a leading independent distributor of theatrical motion pictures, home video and music and has a world wide presence with projects in all genres.

    World Film Magic
    http://www.worldfilmmagic.com

  3. World Film Magic Distribution and Sky 21 Productions Announce the Production and Release of “Pure Shooter”

    Hollywood, CA, April 18, 2008 –(PR.com)– World Film Magic Distribution and Sky 21 Productions announce that production of “Pure Shooter” has started and will be released throughout the world in 2009. Directed by Neema Barnette, the intense drama features Michael Rooker, Lynn Whitfield, Clifton Powell, Christopher Williams and is executive produced by Gregory Jones and Robert Rangel.

    The story is about a young man with incredible basketball skills who barely survives segregation, racism and an abusive father and is set to be filmed in North Carolina, USA. Pure Shooter was written by Robert Ruggieri, Robert Noll and Gregory Jones.

    Jose Gonzalez, CEO of World Film Magic says he is very happy to be working with such an important and outstanding cast, and such a professional team including production and cinematography.

    World Film Magic is a leading independent distributor of theatrical motion pictures, home video and music and has a world wide presence with projects in all genres.

    World Film Magic
    http://www.worldfilmmagic.com

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