Comments of the Week: SXSW, Sunday Video, KANEKO, and more
In case you missed the introduction post to this feature series, you can find it at http://spne.ws/88L.
Mar 26, 2010 08:53 AM
|Thank you for including our post. We had an action-packed two days at SXSW and are happy to share our experiences with everyone. Since our intro post, both Abby and I have written about specific panels we attended. You can read more at http://blog.catchfiremedia.com. Thanks again, and it was great seeing Jeff after the @garyvee event!|
Mar 30, 2010 12:16 PM
|It's more of a social recap, but here's the one I posted:|
Mar 30, 2010 12:48 PM
|Bobby is write, leadership and entrepreneurship go together. Leadership skills are needed because whatever you're doing, you are most likely trying to gain followers and lead them towards buying your product.|
Mar 30, 2010 03:54 PM
|Thanks a lot for the write-up I want only add that what interests me the most are silence in communication and opacity in transparency : new limits, differently shared than before, with these new social medias
It was a pleasure to be in Omaha with you all
Mar 30, 2010 04:04 PM
|Thanks for reporting on these community events Geoff. I'm pleased to report that Des Monies Startup Drinks kicked off with a bang - we had 37 people come out to enjoy the weather and the company of other local entrepreneurs. Thanks again to Kerber Tech for picking up the first drink.
I'm looking forward to the next event April 27th (same bat time, same bat station).
Mar 31, 2010 01:51 PM
|I am fascinated by Jean-Pierre Klotz's discussion Friday evening of the "opacity" in communication through our "transparent" social media where we share the most inane and mundane factoids about the minutia of our lives while swimming in a huge black hole where no real human communication and contact occurs. In electronic communication there is the great potential for each one of us to recreate ourselves in our "electronic persona" so that even the onslaught of messages we send and receive can mean nothing because they are to and from someone we actually are not. We create electronic avatars of ourselves, as Klotz phrased it.... No wonder this is of great interest to the psychoanalyst!!|
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