Even though Bitcoin continues to be veiled in controversy and difficult for regular people to access and use properly, the Winklevi see a world not just where physical cash is a relic of years gone by, but the world is connected through digital currencies, decentralized from any bank or government.
SXSW is filled with sessions. The Interactive part of SXSW boasts more than 800 total sessions across Austin during the event. This isn’t counting speakers, exhibits, networking events and the countless other activities, panels and discussions occurring during SXSW Interactive. And even though...
It was a busy weekend at The IBM Influencer Lounge hosted by Social Media Today at SXSW. Over the course of three days, more than 40 influencers were interviewed about how they envision a new way to work, and dozens more stopped by to network and connect with their fellow influencers.
On Friday morning, Robin Carey, CEO of Social Media Today moderated a panel of influencers at SXSW sponsored by IBM that discussed a new way to work, and what the workplace of the future might look like.
We're pleased to bring you a live stream of our exclusive breakfast panel at SXSW this morning at 9am CT (10am EST). Click to watch the pane l discussion led by Robin Carey, CEO of Social Media Today, where we ask executives, change agents, and sta rt ups to tackle the big questions that will determine the future of work.
This week is the annual SXSW Interactive conference , where social media elite descend on Austin to party on Sixth Street, post selfies with people who have higher Klout scores and pick up the mad schwag liberally distributed by startups. This will be my third year staying home, and while I will miss the chats and parties, I will not miss the general sense that SXSW is a missed opportunity for the social media industry.
On the first day of South by Southwest Interactive this year, Social Media Today and IBM hosted The Social Business Shake-Up at the W in Austin. The panel touched on what we see as the major themes of social business: collaboration, customer-centricity, security, analytics, and innovation.
I have an underlying feeling that, as an industry, we are struggling to really innovate. I think this is due to a number of factors. Digital communication has never been easier to do, so brands are flocking to it. It’s cheap and easy, and the barriers to entry are low.