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  1. Bruce Sterling SXSW 2012

    This is Bruce Sterling’s closing talk from SXSW 2012 Interactive.

    http://huffduffer.com/mjkhuff/69189

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  2. Nassim Taleb on Living with Black Swans

    Nassim Taleb on Living with Black Swans by Knowledge@Wharton, the online business journal of the Wharton School. Knowledge@Wharton covers research in Finance, Strategic Management, Marketing, Leadership, Business Ethics and 9 other knowledge research categories.

    http://knowledge.wharton.upenn.edu/article.cfm?articleid=2755

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  3. Full Interview: Siva Vaidhyanathan on the Googlization of Everything | Spark | CBC Radio

    Nora Young interviews Siva Vaidhyanathan, author of The Googlization of Everything: (And Why We Should Worry).

    http://www.cbc.ca/spark/2011/05/full-interview-siva-vaidhyanathan-on-the-googlization-of-everything/

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  4. SXSW11: 15 Slides, Three Writers, Three Ways — One Hour

    In this presentation, you will see the same set of 15 slides — three times. Three different writers will walk through the same set of slides and explain their approaches to getting started, editing ideas, figuring out how to get unstuck, and understanding when they’re done. Part improv and part preparation, this presentation will give you three totally different and unexpected perspectives regarding the art of writing.

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  5. End of Shame

    Heather Gold, Melissa Gira, Jeff Jarvis, Cindy Gallop at SXSW

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  6. SXSW 2011 Keynote: Felicia Day

    The future of entertainment is one of uncertainty and opportunity. As traditional formats like television and movies lose eyeballs to video games and user-generated content, where is this creative revolution taking us? Join one of leading voices in scripted internet content, Felicia Day, in discussing the journey that took her from a video shot in her garage to a four season production deal with Xbox and Sprint. She will speak about harnessing social media to build her show "The Guild" to over 100 million views, and building upon her success to produce her upcoming web series with EA/Bioware, "Dragon Age: Redemption". There has never been a better time to be an independent creator, learn from one of the innovators. Bottom Line: The time to break through traditional barriers is now.

    http://schedule.sxsw.com/events/event_IAP000273

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  7. Innovating & Developing with Libraries, Archives

    For centuries, libraries, archives, and museums have been creating structured data, organizing information, and managing metadata in order to organize and share cultural artifacts and knowledge with the public. Unfortunately, the bulk of these systems have evolved in isolation, long before the advent of the World Wide Web. However, the convergence of developments in culture and technology are resulting in exciting new ways for individuals and developers alike to interact directly with unprecedented amounts of structured data, historical photos and archives, and more. Expert developers and project managers in this field will lead a discussion focused on the question: How can developers leverage open data from libraries, archives and museums being made available to the public? Panelists will review new developments and highlight examples, considering use cases with Linked Data, Flickr Commons, Smithsonian Commons, mobile apps, and scalability.

    http://schedule.sxsw.com/events/event_IAP6396

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  8. Hacking RSS: Filtering & Processing Obscene Amounts of Information

    Information overload is less about having too much information and more about not having the right tools and techniques to filter and process information to find the pieces that are most relevant for you. This presentation will focus on showing you a variety of tips and techniques to get you started down the path of looking at RSS feeds in a completely different light. The default RSS feeds generated by your favorite blog or website are just a starting point waiting to be hacked and manipulated to serve your needs. Most people read RSS feeds, but few people take the time to go one step further to hack on those RSS feeds to find only the most interesting posts. I combine tools like Yahoo Pipes, BackTweets, PostRank and more with some simple API calls to be able to find what I need while automatically discarding the rest. You start with one or more RSS feeds and then feed those results into other services to gather more information that can be used to further filter or process the results. This process is easier than it sounds once you learn a few simple tools and techniques, and no “real” programming experience is required to get started. This session will show you some tips and tricks to get you started down the path of hacking your RSS feeds.

    http://schedule.sxsw.com/events/event_IAP7396

    —Huffduffed by andr3w 3 years ago