If you were around the Convention Center during SXSW, you probably saw some interesting marketing ploys. HootSuite owl vehicle anyone? Also, if anyone can tell me why people were wearing giant bread costumes, I would greatly appreciate it.
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Actor Jeffrey Tambor gave two lucky participants the opportunity to take acting lessons from the Arrested Development star himself.
Chris Mills presented some practical tools for using HTML5 and CSS3 in multiple web browsers. He emphasized getting these tools to work in a real world sense, while providing alternatives and feature detection tools.
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Christopher Groskopf, lead developer of the 2011 Knight News Challenge winning PANDA Project, was here at SXSW Interactive showcasing a demo of the newsroom data appliance. Groskopf talked with me about how the PANDA Project looks to solve the problem of knowledge management in newsrooms.
George Friedman, CEO of Stratfor, a global intelligence company, came to SXSW Interactive to speak about surviving technology. However, an Occupy “mic check” broke out over Stratfor’s alleged involvement in spying and trying to bring down the Occupy Movement. The alleged involvement stems from the December hacking of Stratfor, where customers’ credit cards were charged...
It is imperative for companies to make data more visual and interactive for clients. People now want to be a part of the conversation. By thinking about the audience, companies can create visuals which resonate with their clients and are meaningful to everyone involved.