Session Spotlight

Music Throwback: CBGB Stories at SXSW 2010

Music nightclubs are ephemeral undertakings, subject to changing tastes and property values. At 315 Bowery in New York, Hilly Kristal opened CBGB in 1973. The scuzzy room where the bar offered the only creature comfort was the center of punk rock scene, presenting the early shows of Blondie, Talking Heads,...

Chris Anderson interviewing Elon Musk 2013
Written by Aurora Blase | June 23, 2014

Boldly Going Where None Has Gone Before: Musk to Put a Man on Mars by 2026

Ingenious innovator and entrepreneur, Elon Musk recently responded to NASA's announcement of planing to put a man on Mars by 2035. The CEO of Tesla Motors and SpaceX claims he'll be able to make a manned mission to Mars in the next 12 years. For Musk, pushing the...

Cody Wilson Speaks at SXSW on Monday, March 10 at 5:00 pm

3D-gun-printing pioneer Cody Wilson returns to SXSW Interactive on Monday, March 10 at 5:00 pm. At the 2013 SXSW Interactive Festival, Wilson talked about the unintended possibilities of print-at-home technology. A year later, this controversial Texan gives more of his insights on the collision between technology, government and...

SXsports Session Spotlight: Stephanie McMahon on Crushing Second Screen - The Ultimate TV Companion

With the first SXsports programming track kicking off today, what can attendees come to expect? This installment of the Session Spotlight features the WWE’s Chief Brand Officer Stephanie McMahon giving a preview of the panel “Crushing Second Screen: The Ultimate TV Companion” which occurs on Sunday, March 9...

2014 SXSW Interactive Session Spotlight: The Biggest Collaborative Street Art Gallery

Marina Bortoluzzi is one of the owners of a new startup, Instagrafite -- follow them at @Instagrafite. Her partner, Marcelo Pimentel is the heart of the project, and serves as the curator and liaison to well-known artists. Bortoluzzi joined the project to turn it into a...

2014 SXSW Interactive Session Spotlight: The New Startup Garage for Innovation? Libraries!

Janie Hermann has worked in libraries for almost twenty years, in the areas of technology training, business outreach and research. Currently, she serves as Public Programming Librarian at the Princeton Public Library. She is always seeking new partnerships and ways to keep libraries relevant. This year at SXSW...

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