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Mar 11

SXSW Interactive, part 6

SXSW Interactive March 7-11, 2014 Austin, Texas “The word priority was singular for 500 years—what does priorities mean—’many many first things.’” ~ Greg McKeown, Author “I think we are in a non-essentialist bubble—everything seems important—so of course nothing is….” ~ Greg McKeown, Author “Almost everything is trivial, and only a few things are really valuable.” …

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Mar 11

SXSW Interactive, part 5

SXSW Interactive March 7-11, 2014 Austin, Texas “We are thinking very hard about the layer that will tie all these devices together.” ~ Sundar Pichai, Google “Having both Chrome & Android gives us insights because they come at things from different directions.” ~ Sundar Pichai, Google “Is there an architecture to all this shit you …

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Mar 09

SXSW Interactive, part 4

SXSW Interactive March 7-11, 2014 Austin, Texas “We are seeing a new kind of pinpoint marketing, based on bluetooth smart beacons.” ~ Robert Scoble, Rackspace “We are heading into an always survieled world.” ~ Robert Scoble, Rackspace “When we started the iPhone, Steve didn’t want to have an API because he thought it might mess …

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Mar 09

SXSW Interactive, part 3

SXSW Interactive March 7-11, 2014 Austin, Texas “The opposite of sick is not ‘not sick’. Health is something different. Do you feel awesome all the time?” ~ Chris Matthews, Genesolve “All the devices we use—Fuelband, Up, etc—look backwards. They don’t make the leap of what to do next.” ~ Chris Matthews, Genesolve “The data (fitbit etal) is …

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Mar 09

SXSW Interactive, part 2

SXSW Interactive March 7-11, 2014 Austin, Texas “The hash tag is the connecting piece to people outside the event—digital explosion for the good.” ~ Brian Duggan, Building Alliances “All of our events are MORE than just the physical presence of being in the room.” ~ Brian Duggan, Building Alliances Visual Quote: “Share your work. Share …

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