Tumblr ‘U Up?’ SXSW Showcase this past Saturday at @mohawkaustin (with Le1f, Kelela, Grouplove, DJ Baio, and more). SXSW 2016 here we goooo! Gonna be posting a bunch on this page over the week, so keep an eye out.
We need your help! There are a number of exciting space-related panels proposed for next year’s South by Southwest Interactive Festival in Austin, Texas. SXSW is a community-driven event and voting accounts for 30% of the decision-making process for any given programming slot. The selection process is extremely competitive and the more votes we submit for the space panels, the more likely a panel related to space exploration will be included in the final SXSW program.
To help you out as you consider what to vote for, we’ve put together a list of all the NASA-related panel proposals.
These proposals look at ways we explore the solar system and beyond:
U.S. President Barack Obama participates in a South by Southwest Interactive panel conversation with Evan Smith, Editor-in-Chief and CEO of the Texas Tribune news service, about civic engagement in the 21st Century before an audience of creators, early adopters and entrepreneurs on March 11, 2016 in Austin, Texas. Other speakers include Casey Gerald, co-founder and CEO of MBAs Across America, and will talk about civic engagement in the 21st Century
A small cat. A very small cat. A tiny lump of latte-colored kitty with more than a hint of Siamese, curled up against a pillow on a red velvet couch, bordello Baroque. Klieg lights illuminate the basement of Austin PR firm Fosforus like Havana at three in the afternoon.
At Austin, Texas’ South by Southwest Interactive on Friday, President Barack Obama gave a keynote talk in which he asked the tech sector to build a reliable, seamless online voting platform to increase voter participation.
The president said that this kind of project can’t be the federal
government’s job — it’s unconstitutional to develop a centralized,
federal voting system (besides, as Obama reminded the crowd, let’s not
forget the Affordable Care Act website debacle).