South by Southwest 2005
Kevin Cheng  

SxSW 2005: Partying Like it’s 1995

March 18th, 2005 by Kevin Cheng :: 4 Comments

This year’s South by Southwest Interactive was a bit of a different experience from last year. Last year was our first year at SxSW-i and was unique because we participated as nominees of the Web Awards but that was not all that was different.

Panels I attended included: How to Hot-Wire the Creative Process, How to Make Big Things Happen with Small Teams, The New New Economy: Is 2005 the New 1997?, Open Source Marketing: The New Unwieldy / Unlimited Product Publicity, Startupland: A How-to Guide to Starting Your Own Company, How to Make $$$ With Online Ads and Taking Your Act on the Road with Mobile Technology

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Voltron Headquarters Party

March 20th, 2005 by Kevin Cheng :: 4 Comments

Well I told you to look me up in London, then Hong Kong and you didn’t show so how about San Francisco? I’m in town and will be hanging out at the Adaptive Path Voltron Headquarters. From their website:

Our fourth anniversary party. In honor of our fourth anniversary, and as an office warming for our new space, we’re having a party. All are welcome — stop by, meet the team, have a drink. Thursday, March 24, 5:30 p.m., Adaptive Path World Headquarters, 363 Brannan St., between 2nd and 3rd.

Music, Beer, Taco Trucks, Web geeks. And Voltron. Don’t forget Voltron. See you there.

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