Help Some Smart Friends Get Seen and Heard at SXSW


A number of friends – all of them smart, good natured, and uncommonly attractive – are hoping to present at South by Southwest Interactive (SXSW)┬ánext year, and your votes can put them over the top.

This list is by no means all-inclusive, but here are some of their panels you can check out. Feel free to suggest others in the comments.

Tweeting on Weekends – Are We Becoming Socially Anti-Social? – Rohit Bhargava

Why PR Should Drive Social Media Initiatives – Alan Weinkrantz

Your Social Media Campaign Sucks. (And yours doesn’t.) – Dan Shust and David Griner

Better Crowdsourcing: Lessons Learned from the3six5 Project – Daniel Honigman

Unleashing Employees: Empower Innovation from the Ground Up – Josh Bernoff

Why Doesn’t This TV Have a Pause Button – Alan Wolk?

Game On: Can Game Theory Transform Your App? – Damien Basile

Make Your Event Pop with Location Based Services – Damien Basile and Brett Petersel

Blogging & Social Media for Niche Audiences – Nichelle Stephens

World Wide Working: CoWorking & Collaboration – Chris Heuer

Female and Male Entpreneurs: Is There a Difference? – Limor Elkayam

Everyone’s Wrong About Influence. Except Your Customers – Valeria Maltoni

Fahrenheit 452: Will Self Publishing Overtake Traditional Publishing? – Debbie Weil

Innovation: What Happens in Budapest Stays in Budapest? – Henry Copeland

Curation Nation: A Model for Makers and Gatherers – Steve Rosenbaum

Local Search Going GeoLoco – Gib Olander

Boutique Agencies: Kicking Ass and Taking Names – Vanessa Camones

As an aside, if you’re curious to see some panels that my colleagues and I are involved with, you can check that roundup too.

2 thoughts on “Help Some Smart Friends Get Seen and Heard at SXSW

  1. Hey, man. Thanks for including our panel (“Better Crowdsourcing”) in your list. We look forward to (perhaps) the opportunity to share our stories and lessons from doing the3six5, and to meeting more of our participants in person!

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