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Network and Twitter representatives talked about the social media analytics from the Syfy "Sharknado" phenomenon and how the data informed the online marketing of the upcoming sequel.
Writer Ann Druyan (Carl Sagan's widow), physicist (and host) Neil deGrasse Tyson, executive producer Mitchell Cannold and co-executive producer Jason Clark appeared for a question and answer session after the Austin premiere of "Cosmos," a reboot of Sagan's classic series, which will air on the Fox Network.
SXSW Panel: "6 Degrees of Kevin Bacon: A Social Phenomenon Turns 20"
There’s no denying America’s do-it-yourself movement has gained a momentum that’s only expected to grow. As an independent DIY spirit has been reignited, makers are facing both unprecedented successes while also experiencing growing pains. Hackerspaces, community-operated workspaces where people come together to build, design or create, have recently soared in ...
Author, technology celeb and former Apple evangelist Guy Kawasaki quizzed tech entrepreneur (and “outspoken owner of the Dallas Mavericks, as his ABC “Shark Tank” introduction says) on his career and the state of technology.
Actor Jeffrey Tambor, Jason Bateman’s “Arrested Development” co-star, interviewed the director of “Bad Words” about his experiences making the film.
The astrophysicist and new host of "Cosmos" discusses the cost of scientific ignorance, exoplanets and sexualized elements on the Periodic Table in a very fun keynote presentation.
Some random thoughts about the start of South by Southwest Interactive.
Time/Date: 11 a.m. Saturday (hashtag: #sxsw #InOrbit) Panelists: John Yembrick, NASA’s social media manager and an agency spokesperson. Astronauts: Mike Hopkins, Rick Mastracchino The gist: During the Oscars, NASA had a hunch that the film “Gravity” would pick up some awards, so they started the popular hashtag #RealGravity, and posted ...
The Wikileaks founder speaks to South by Southwest Interactive via videoconference from the Ecuadorian embassy in London about Wikileaks.