Archive for August, 2009
New Videos from austinblogger
- Paul Terry Walhus – Devices for Real World Social Networking
- Henrick Johanssen – B2B Social Commerce Success Stories
- Alex Jones – Managing Antisocial Behavior in Online Social Communities
- Matt Chasen – Unsexy and Profitable: Making $$ Without Hype
- Thom Singer – Networking at a Multi-Day Conference
- Nik Daftary – Making Dollars and Sense out of the Semantic Web
- Juan Sequeda – What the Hell is the Semantic Web?
- Kevin Koym – Growing Your Startup in a “Down” Economy
- Lani Rosales – Austin as a Technology Center
- Yvonne Tocquigny – Best Practices for Building a Data Driven Marketing Organization
- Dusty Reagan – Tips and Tricks for Developing Killer Twitter Apps
- Troy Lanier – Are Web Video Analytics Critically Dampening Content Length
- Matt Cohen – Newspapers vs. Content Aggregators – Fight Night!
- Aruni Gunasagarem – Online/Offline Networking in the Social Media Age
- Peter Kim – Sponsored Conversations: Good Strategy or Spam?
- Jeff Beckham – Citizen Journalism: Writing the News with a Million Reporters
- Jeff Beckham – Freelance Isn’t Free: The Twisted Economics of Writing Today
If I missed you, it wasn’t intentional! Add your panel in the comments if you’re from Austin, Texas
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â€“ Randall Stross, New York Times
You can find the full one hour video of the Social Media breakfast at MySpace, Blip.tv and Veoh . . . feel free to use the embed code on these pages if you want to use this on your blog or website, and rate it and review it if you like. You can see the 6 clips starting here: YouTube, Yahoo, MySpace, Metacafe, DailyMotion, Blip.tv and Veoh
The UT football team and UT Women’s volleyball team showed up for “fan appreciation day” at the University of Texas Greogory Gym, on Sat, Aug 22, 2009. AustinBlogger Paul Terry Walhus meets up with Mack Brown and talks to some nice fans from Waco while waiting in line with 2,000 plus other fans. Part 5 of a 5 part video.
Door64 had a party at Austin 360 Condos on Thursday, August 20.Â It was packed.Â It was a $10 cover and 2 drink tickets in a gorgeous setting on the 9th floor where the pool and observation deck are located.Â Since it was a hot, steamy Austin night and there was a “no drinks” sign at the entrance to the pool, most people crowded into the long, narrow inside space where it was cool.Â It’s quite the luxury condo, with a mini movie theater at one end of the space and a bar at the other end.Â Matt Genovese, how did you swing such a cool venue? By the way, you don’t need pronounce the e at the end of Matt’s last name.
We weren’t able to interview much because of the noise level, so it’s mostly just pictures of people at the event.Â Maybe you can spot yourself if you were there. It was a great networking event, I ran in to Heather Havenwood, who did my SXSW interviews, and Meg Strout who was acompanied by a power auto seller Aaron Smith with Motorphilia, and Conversion Scientist Brian MasseyÂ to name a few.Â Â I told Meg to check out Aardvark, because she asked me what was hot right now and I just had a foray in to this new “ask your social network” app yesterday.Â
You can also see this video on Metacafe, Blip.tv and Veoh and I encourage youÂ to rate it up and review it if you like it.Â And if you’re in the video, drop me a note and I’ll include you in the blog post, (note at how many minutes in to the video you appear).
Conjunctured Co-Working, 1309 E 7th Street, Austin, TX celebrated their first anniversary with a party on Saturday, August 14, 2009. This is the video taken by @springnet at the party, it’s about 38 minutes long and their are shorter versions available on youtube, metacafe, etc.
Mark Lightin' "Rizzn" Hopkins wrote an incredible piece about how wordpress might be the natural successor to twitter, facebook and friendfeed and one of the reasons is this sabackchan theme which his organization uses for their "backchannel"
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