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SXSW Science? The Interactive Conference Puts on a Lab Coat

This year’s SXSW Interactive keynotes didn’t headline 20-something social media entrepreneurs or garage tinkerers who’ve hit the big time or brilliantly polished C-suites sharing their vision of the future. The stars of the show this year were scientists.


SXSW Interactive: The Return of Outer Space

In a year where social media was an afterthought at SXSW, what really mattered? Space exploration, that's what.


SXSW Interactive: 3-D Printing - Power to the People

3-D printing is the big draw at SXSW this year and it's getting plenty of love. And no wonder – Obama highlighted it in his State of the Union.


SXSW Interactive Day 1: What Drives Elon Musk?

Elon Musk is an entrepreneur with a mission. SXSW is full of entrepreneurs with a mission, but Elon Musk ups the ante.


SXSW Interactive 2012: Studying up at the Sideshows

Unofficial events like this are a huge part of what makes the atmosphere dynamic -- the main circus tent is almost dwarfed by the side shows.


SXSW Interactive 2012: What's So Funny?

When you think of SXSW, humor is probably not one of the first things that comes to mind. People like Rainn Wilson are changing that perception.


Art Basel 2011 - Miami, Florida

Bring your highest heels and your smartest phone and you’re set.


A Kickstarter Holiday Carol

Get extra creative this holiday season with Kickstarter.


Occupy Everywhere

The Occupy Wall Street and the 99% movements have gone viral. We are everywhere, indeed.


One Weekend, Thirty Geeks, Five Projects: 'Hacking' for a Good Cause

How a group of people hacked in to start-up culture to change the world.


Stop Tweeting Sh%! and Buy This

They say art imitates life, but so does advertising. What does that mean when we live our lives online?


The Hitchhiker's Guide to Google Plus

It's a brave new world of social networking. Get local.


Digital Archeology: Digging Deep Into the Archives of Ancient Internet History

Imagine an old issue of Wired magazine, a monstrous cellphone (I think they were called “car phones” at that time), and a beat up Game Boy. Now, imagine the Internet, as it was, beside such artifacts.


Yo La Tengo

“In one interview, Georgia, you talked about the beauty that’s found in accidents.” From behind a modest drum set, Ms. Georgia Hubley responds: "I did?"

Anita Schillhorn van Veen

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