At SXSW, I asked several attendees for their web working advice as well as their favorite web app so far this year — a new one, an old favorite, whatever they were using at the moment.
At SXSW, I asked several attendees for their web working advice as well as their favorite web app so far this year — not necessarily a new one, but one that they find themselves using all the time.
I’ve been asking folks at SXSW for their web working advice as well as their favorite web app so far this year — not necessarily a new one, but one that they find themselves using all the time.
I have a confession to make. I am over-reliant on apps, and scheduling is a particular pain point for me. When my apps work well, my life hums along. This week, at SXSW, I experienced a catastrophic collapse of my scheduling systems.
How many times have you returned from a conference only to file the materials and never look at them again? Attending the event is only half of the equation. The other half is what you do with the information after you return home.
After weeks of speculation about what Twitter was going to launch at SXSW, the company unveiled @anywhere. But even after founder Evan Williams’ keynote, it’s not clear what the new service is exactly, apart from the fact that it provides popup windows on participating sites.
Music service MOG unveiled its new mobile applications today, promising premium subscribers the ability to stream any song, anytime, anywhere. Its launch also represents an erosion of opportunity for Spotify, the European service that has promised (and delayed) its U.S. launch for several months.
UPDATED:On Saturday at SXSW, I got a look at Syabas’s upcoming set-top Popbox, which was unveiled at CES last January and integrates both web video content as well as just about anything else that might be on your computer (as seen in the video demo embedded below).
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=REPYhMdD1nQ] Read More about SXSW Video: Popbox, Syabas’s ‘Big Screen Everything’ Device
I am on the fence about SXSW. It is eye candy, ear candy, brain candy, and it gives me a very big headache. It is the place to be, but you can’t really be anywhere because you are constantly worried about what you are missing.
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