One week

That's right. Only one week left until SXSW Interactive. I must say, I'm getting excited. I went through and loaded my calendar up with all the stuff I want to see. Of course, you all have to come to Uniting the Holy Trinity of Web Design panel. It looks like they put us in the big room so we need to fill those seats! Besides, with the likes of Cameron Adams, Sally Carson and Dustin Diaz, you can't go wrong.

There's plenty of life after the sessions and a great way to keep up is via Jeremy Keith's Adactio Austin with a lovely Google Map to locate all the parties. Some of the key ones I'll be going to are:

Sunday

Monday

Tuesday

And if my wife is reading this, "Yes, there's actually a conference full of really cool panels going on during the day!"

I'm anxiously awaiting an order of 1" Snook.ca buttons which, if they arrive before I head down to Austin, I'll be giving away to the first 99 people who ask for one!

P.S. Tomorrow is the last day to cast your votes for the People's Choice Award, which means you can vote today and tomorrow!

Published March 01, 2007
Categorized as Conferences
Short URL: https://snook.ca/s/774

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Jina Bolton said on March 01, 2007

You better have a button reserved for your fellow co-author. :D

Anton said on March 01, 2007

Oh man, THANKS! I just pee'd all over the carpet because of this article. Dang... all... over... GAH....

I'll trade you a button for that button, good sir!

Nathan Logan said on March 01, 2007

Can I have a button?

YES! In the first 99. Bam.

Stephen Lounsbury said on March 01, 2007

Well, I voted for you. Can I have a button too? I won't be at SXSW, but I'm in Ottawa ;)

Jonathan Snook said on March 02, 2007

Dang, I kind of meant to ask me AT sxsw! :) but if the buttons turn out well, and they all manage to disappear, I'll order a second edition. They'll be collectable! :)

Nathan Logan said on March 14, 2007

And of course I managed to forget to ask for one, even though I caught up with you the first night. Good one.

Great to chat with you again, though - always a highlight.

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