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Collaborative web magazine with original articles about cyber-culture, politics, sex, popular culture, weird news, and interviews.
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Pocket PC application for managing weblogs that support the Blogger API. Works offline, posting entries when internet connectivity is available.
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Oral History: Sex! Drugs! Apps! SXSW Interactive At 20
Twenty years of wild parties, legendary product launches, and heated controversies: how an unlikely mix of "nerds, rock-and-roll hippie freaks, and business suits" grew into the tech world's most-talked-about annual gathering. When South By Southwest Interactive launched in 1994, there wasn't much to it: a couple hundred participants and a handful of panel discussions, all crammed into a few ...
When SXSWi Almost Died--And The Bloggers Who Saved It
After the dotcom bubble burst, SXSW Interactive struggled to survive. In this excerpt from our definitive oral history, festival organizers and attendees talk about how grim things really got and the young online community that turned everything around. The dotcom bubble officially popped during 2000's SXSW Interactive, when the Nasdaq peaked at 5,046 and quickly went into a free fall ...
Using First-Party Data For SEM On Google &Way Beyond!
As a general rule, the marketer with the most actionable data wins. There are many types of data but the most useful kind — the GlenGarry data — is first-party data.