SXSW 2012 is prepping to bring the most captivating speakers, interesting topics and creative panels to film, music and interactive enthusiasts attending their Austin, Texas gathering March 9-18, 2012. Once again, they’re giving the public a voice by opening up the SXSW PanelPicker and letting YOU cast your vote for your favorite panels.
The MagCloud team has entered two great panel submissions to the PanelPicker featuring MagCloud publishers.
We hope you’ll vote for us in hopes we can bring these presentations to the biggest interactive conference in the U.S.!
Print Pioneers in a Digital World is about capturing the attention of your customers and getting your story heard by those who really matter. The panel will feature Roseann Hanson of Overland Expo and ConserVentures, Atlanta-based editorial photographer Zack Arias and Paul Lips of online children’s wear retailer ToobyDoo. For more on this panel and to cast your vote, go here.
The PB&J Effect: How to Publish in Print & Digital is about the perfect combination of print and digital and how perfecting that balance will help you reach a bigger audience. Joining us on the panel are Gizmondo’s Senior Reporter Mat Honan (also known as one of the editors behind Longshot Magazine), well-known photographer Trey Ratcliff and graphic designer/illustrator Craig Frazier who recently debuted his new Living Letters font. For more on this panel and to cast your vote, go here.
If you like what you see, all you have to do is create a free account (it’s easy!) and hit the thumbs up button on our panel pages.
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What is the quintessential event of the year for tech innovators and startups? In the digital age, it is – without a doubt – South by Southwest Interactive. Every March, the most inspiring minds in emerging technology gather in Austin, Texas to showcase the latest in digital innovation. SXSW Interactive was a critical turning point in the success of both Foursquare (in 2009) and Twitter (in 2007). SXSWi 2011 was no different and MagCloud was there to see it first-hand and share the latest from HP’s ePrint SXSW Go! Spots. Now that we’re back and letting all that we learned sink in, we want to share the highlights of this 5-day frenzy of panels, parties and presentations with you.
–SXSW was the perfect platform for lots of great conversations around the new world of publishing (where readers are also publishers) and the impact of interactivity on storytelling and marketing.
–The Group Messaging Wars were at full strength but GroupMe came out on top (the free grilled cheese sandwiches certainly helped their cause).
–Tag your it…mobile tagging was quite the rage at SXSW.
–SXSW is not just about music and film anymore…this year saw SXSWi attendance grow at record levels and outpace it’s sister events.
–There was of course lots of great music all week long. Check out Esquire’s list of bands to see at SXSW and one of MagCloud’s personal favorites was Bright Light Bright Light.
If you would like to see a glimpse of SXSW through the eyes of social media influencers — including Mark Briggs, Brian Zisk, Steve Garfield, Michael Celiceo and Beverly W. Jackson checkout this edited video journal courtesy of Mashable.
And for all those that stopped by the HP booth and Mobile Park to visit with MagCloud it was great to meet you and we look forward to seeing you again next year!
Greetings from South by Southwest in Austin Texas. The MagCloud team has come to the heart of Texas for the week to spread the word of digital publishing and show off some of our amazing publishers’ magazines to the more than 40,000 expected attendees.
Bloggers, designers, cinematographers, musicians, technologists, marketers, educators and business owners have all converged on Austin to discuss and enjoy the latest in technology, music and film.
Sharing the HP booth with the ePrint team we’ve had the pleasure to meet attendees from all over the world. Next week we’ll post a recap of the show but in the meantime we hope y’all enjoy some photos from the show floor.