What did I learn at SXSW Interactive this year? I’ve had a few weeks to think about it, so here are my sketches and notes with some post-conference thoughts and conclusions.
There are lots of great videos at SXSW’s YouTube channel, but the long-tail goldmine is the podcasts of the interactive sessions which are slow to be posted, but which could occupy the entire year catching up on all the great stuff I missed.
To see my sketches and notes by session… Continue reading “SXSWi 2010 Sketches and Notes”
McCombs sponsored the live feed of Austin’s first TEDx event and I’m a bit of a TED nut — frequently cueing up a TED talk during lunch or while I bounce the baby — so when I was offered a spot through work I was thrilled. Here below is the info from the TEDxAustin speaker’s page, along with my sketches and a few notes.
To use any of these images, just click the pic to goto Flickr where you’ll find multiple sizes and the embed code to make it easy.
To see my sketches of all the presenters… Continue reading “Sketches From TEDx Austin”
Paul Walker, special assistant to the dean on social media, put together a day-long UT Social Media Collaborative event yesterday. Here are some notes from my sketchbook.
S. Craig Watkins author of “The Young and the Digital” asks, Has social media made us TOO social?
I’m trying out a new app on my Android (Google phone) that lets me post from my phone. Here’s a cool snail spray painted beneath a bridge near my house where I like to play.
I gave a talk this morning on “Why Blog?” It was my privilege to be graphically recorded by Austin Kleon, a friend who’s blog is one of my favorites. Thanks Austin!