SXSW may just have finished, but we’re still cranking out the videos of everything we filmed over the past week. Phew! Two of the main events that we covered, the annual SXSW Accelerator (Presented by Microsoft BizSpark) and the very unique Plutopia event, are below.
My life has become consumed by a new hobby lately, and it’s called geocaching. In my latest Tech Unexpected video, I get a lesson from Lee Van Der Bokke, who has found more geocaches (over 50,000!) than anyone else in the world.
Here are the details for the Cruzin’ Cache that I’ve hidden (tip: it’s not where we put it in the video, we wanted to make it a little tougher), and make sure that you scan the QR codes inside to share with us on Twitter when you’ve located it! Good luck, and happy hunting!
Another year, another SXSW Interactive! This is probably my busiest SXSW ever, but here’s a rundown of the events and companies I’ll be covering for Cruzearati:
SXSW ScreenBurn is the video game element of the South by Southwest (SXSW) Interactive festival that merges the new media, music, film and video game industries all in one place. ScreenBurn connects independent developers, publishers, consumers, digital media professionals, and internet trend-setters and taste-makers from all around the world who attend SXSW.
A live audience, as well as a panel of expert judges will discover advancements in music related technologies. The best part? Product demonstrations by the most ambitious talents in the world with the most creative new ideas to change it. A glimpse of the industry’s future awaits, with a guided tour by emcees Brad King and David Hyman. We are grateful to them, as well as to our sponsors: Microsoft BizSpark, John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, IBM, .CO, and Turner Broadcasting System.
To be held in Austin on Monday, March 14th, 2011, the event will be thoughtfully positioned as a well-crafted link between SXSW Interactive, Film and Music. Furthering our mission and intent to create unique “sense events,” this year’s extravaganza will include interactive installations, performances by world-renowned musicians / artists, talks, art exhibits, compelling projections, DJs, demonstrations, performance art, robots, projections, gaming fun, locally produced, artisanal food and beverages, and much more.
And finally, of course, I’ll be at the gdgt Live in Austin party on Monday night as well. Come say hi, get some great swag, and get hands-on time with tons of technology vendors.