Vote for Our SXSW Panels (and Our Friends’!)
So it’s that time of year again. South by Southwest (SXSW), the most ballering of baller conferences out there, has released their list of potential panels through their PanelPicker website. I was on a panel last year concerning education and it was a ton of fun. This year, I’ve submitted a few panels for consideration.
This is where you guys come in. A large part of the panel-decision process is based upon the whim of the world at large. We need your help to comment and add to our panel submissions.
So if it’s a slow Friday and you have some time to kill, please help us out by leaving a comment and voting us (and our friends) up!
Our Friends’ Panels
- Challenging Flash Video with HTML5 – Justin Day, blip.tv
- Socrates, Dude: Social Media and Philosophy – Kabren Levinson, Bard College
- When Internet Memes Hit the Mainstream – Kelly Reeves, Urlesque f/ Kenyatta Cheese, Ben Huh, Tim Hwang, Jamie Wilkinson
- How’d They DO That? Secrets of Web Superstars – Gina Trapani, Smarterware.org and former EIC of Lifehacker
- Recruiting and Retaining Generation Y: Cheap but not Easy – Sarah Davies
- From URL to IRL: Taking Your Community to the Streets – Aubrey Sabala, Digg
- What We Learned Watching Kids with Homemade Flamethrowers- Tim Hwang, ROLFCon
- The Funetization of Online Video – Tim Shey, Next New Networks
- What Can Carl Sagan Teach Us About the Web? – Mark Trammell, Digg
- Gaming the System: Scamming Your Way to What You Want in the Connected 21st Century – Brian Brushwood, Scam School on Revision3
- Know Your Audience: The Keys to Getting Your Show Sold and Watched – Ryan Vance, Revision3
- Does Your Audience Want an Online Community? – Ron Richards, ifanboy.comand Revision3
- The Evolution of ROI with Online Video – Effective & Successful Strategies from the Field – Brad Murphy, Revision3
- Managing Creative Technology Professionals – Jim Louderback, Revision3
- Lurk Moar: Why Internet Culture Matters – Alex Leavitt, student at MIT
- Roll Your Own Damn Startup Incubator – Tim Hwang, ROLFCon
Thanks for helping us out!