The Twist app for iOS helps you share your estimated time of arrival with friends and colleagues, so they're current on when they should expect you. The app uses your location and current traffic data to communicate an accurate arrival time.
Christopher Doyon, a.k.a. Commander X, sits atop a hillside in an undisclosed location in Canada, watching a reporter and photographer make their way along a narrow path to join him, away from the prying eyes of law enforcement.
To measure the awesomeness that is SXSW, Tracx, a social media management system, created an infographic of the SXSW aftermath, which quantifies the good time attendees had at the event. Which speakers/keynotes were most talked about? Which parties were most popular? Which influencers/thought leaders tweeted/posted the most? Which brands and campaigns generated the most buzz?
Sounds pretty accurate. the "sad" part for me?
panels mentioned : 79, 635 times
parties : 279, 708 times
SxSW is famous and unique because you can't clearly define it as a classical conference. But a balance has to be (re)found, at least.
SXSW 2012 lacked a big breakout star. But that’s a good thing. Because digital should never be just the next bright shiny object.
What we believe is absolutely critical for brands in the digital space–everyone, right?–is to build their digital strategy through the lens of experience. Because experience is what consumers remember, it’s what differentiates and endures after Austin.
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