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SXSW: The Web That Wasn’t

The Web That Wasn’t Room 19AB Monday, March 10th 11:30 am – 12:30 pm Alex Wright Information Architect, The New York Times AW: Gonna talk about a lot of early precursors to the web, different versions of hypertext, early thining that went on around how networked information systems. It’s itneresting – not just histrorically, but […]

SXSW 2008: What Teens Want Online & On Their Phones

What Teens Want Online & On Their Phones John Davison Pres, What They Like Anastasia Goodstein Publisher, Ypulse Saturday, 10am, March 8 2008, Room 9, Level 3 AG: [short intro about what ypulse.com does] Really excited to be here this morning, we have the experts – the teens here today, want to thank a couple […]

SXSW 2008: Edit Me! How Gamers are Adopting the Wiki Way

SXSW 2008: Edit Me! How Gamers are Adopting the Wiki Way Pribul, Shelton, Burba and McKee. McKee – from Inside view. Social community. How many people are in marketing? Web dev? Game development? [It's not that full an audience, and it's only the first day. Most people are probably recovering from Ironworks] Trying to gauge […]

SXSW 2008 – Stories, Games and Your Brand

I’ve been invited to take part in a panel for next year’s SXSW, Stories, Games and Your Brand by my good friend Rachel Clarke, of Behind the Buzz. Here’s the blurb for the panel: A look at how interactive gaming, storytelling and puzzles can engage users with your brand. Movie and TV producers are increasingly […]

SXSW 2007 – ARG! The Attack of the Alternate Reality Games Transcript

ARG! The Attack of the Alternate Reality Games Room 9C Saturday, March 10th 2007 11:30 am – 12:30 pm Part game, story and treasure hunt, alternate reality games introduce people to a world of creative play, skywriting, online games, phone calls, radio broadcasts, secret websites, blogs, texts, coded adverts, emails, hidden audio files and helicopter […]