One of the highlights of SXSW was Gary V.’s keynote. Had the pleasure of meeting him briefly as well as rushing to the secret tasting he did with @Katiebisbee. Sometimes I dread Q and A but the audience questions were awesome this time around. That being said, I’ve finally uploaded the entire Keynote (7 parts)…Details
Through sheer luck, I had the opportunity to chat with Hazel Grian and Simon Johnson – who were the creators of the Tweeture. I was amazed that this project was actually built as a context aware and location aware robot that could interact with whoever had possession of it at the time. I’ll let them…Details
This evening I had the best cab driver ever, leaving the SXSW Interactive festival. Driving through the streets of Austin, he asked if we had ever heard the story behind the many moonlight towers that light up the city. What follows is HIS account of how the moonlight towers came into being, with links I…Details
Best articles, photos, and general signs of cool from my Google Reader Feeds Case Study: EA’s Guerrilla Marketing Campaign for ‘Dante’s Inferno’ February 25, 2010 Chatroulette documentary by Casey Neistat February 25, 2010 Looking forward to a very important date – an “Alice In Wonderland” social media case study February 26, 2010 Viral growth trumps…Details
In 2008 we spent roughly 10 days in Peru hiking from outside of Cusco to Machu Picchu via the Camino Salkantay. This video documents our hike and the experience of a lifetime.
Seth Godin had a great post about how a focus on good ideas will always have more value than a focus on getting more fans or followers. Reconciling size versus engagement is something that I know a lot of brands and individuals struggle with online. We all want to be important. We all want to…Details