Tag Archives: SXSW



DAY 6: New Friends and Old Habits

If I were not able to take this whole event day-by-day and then from there hour by hour, I would be pissed off all of the time. This is definitely a downfall [See More]


DAY 4: Buffering Al Gore

Starting the day at a decent hour, I managed to pull off yesterday’s blog and make it to a non-profit meet up within the heart of Trade Show. I found myself self-conscious [See More]

DAY 3: STORIES AND PIZZA

Routines are forming, parking spots emerging, bearings rolling, names calling, dropping, stopping people in their tracks: today Al Gore is going to interview Sean Parker, founder of Napster. How is that possible? [See More]

Day 2: Rain, Dance Floors and Distractions

There are many facets to South by Southwest Festival. The “convergence” is the mission and the miracle of it all. From all over the world, people crowd Austin Convention Center from all [See More]

SXSW Begins: Wikileaks, Texas, and Sleeplessness

Upon receipt of the festival guides, after curving through the maze of registrants looking for their badge, and having perused three volumes of programming (Interactive, Film, and Music) detailed in paperback books [See More]