My previous memo led me to conpile SxSw presentation posted on Slideshare.
16 Things I Learned At SXSW
This is a casual lunchtime PowerPoint presentation that I gave to my company (www.thresholdinteractive.net) after returning from SXSW 2007.
Can Social Networking Build Your Brand?
The popularity of web applications with a social context has exploded in the last year. This session will look at how social interaction can be applied to a brands online presence to generate a deeper connection with the customer. We will discuss what can be learned from these interactions, how market research can be conducted, and how a brand can enter the conversation without turning its audience off. SXSWi Link
Source: Presentation by Jason D. Schwartz of Robber Baron Music at SXSWi 2007
Credits: Campari case study originally by Richard MacManus at Read/WriteWeb. Background provided by Andrew Reeve.
AJAX vs. Flash: What's right for you?
or: what we learned building slideshare
SXSW 2007 - Reputation 2.0
SXSW 2007 Presentation portion of: "Every Breath You Take: Identity, Attention, Reputation and Presence"
SXSW: The Figures Behind The Top Web Apps
Tag You're It - from SXSW 2007
This was the 40 or so slide presented in about 8 minutes at SXSW Interactive Festival as part of the Tag You're It panel. The slide introduce new tag venues from the past year and some issues that don't often get addressed.
Tag, You're It introduction
This brief presentation was my way of introducing the panel I organized for and moderated at South by Southwest Interactive in 2007.
Every Breath You Take: Presence
South by Southwest panel presentation Others presented on identity, reputation, and attention with Kaliya Hamlin, Ted Nadeau, Mary Hodder, and George Kelly.