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whurley threw a great SXSW bash with his chaotic moon studio crew. Cali Lewis and her entourage (Gio, John P et al) made the scene with their mobile live cam and Lamberts upstairs was packed. whurleys going to need to start finding bigger venues for his following with is off the charts. Brain powered skateboards anyone? In this video: Eve Richter, Diana Noguera, Kim Brushaber, Rob Hamlet, and hundreds more.
  • 12 Mar 2012
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Springnet, Austni, TX Sat. Dec. 17, 2011, Scholz Garten - an afternoon of activism, great food, and friendship in support of a new redistricting plan for Austin, Texas City Council. Austin’s civic, political and neighborhood organizations have been meeting since March, 2011, to develop an agreed upon plan for geographic representation on the Austin City Council and a non-partisan redistricting plan. These groups and individuals, agreed on a simple 10-1 plan: ten single member districts with the mayor being elected at-large, combined with a non-partisan independent citizen’s redistricting commission, as the way to go. The plan they defined is the “Citizens Districting 10-1” planCitizens Districting 10-1 Plan
  • 19 Dec 2011
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Christmas Change Party! Folks brought petitions and contributions to the event focused on the Citizens District 10-1 Plan for voting districts for City Council in Austin, Texas on Saturday, December 17th at Scholz Garten, 1607 San Jacinto. They want geographic districts like most large cities of Austins size. http://citizensdistricting10-1.org is the website. Search for "springnet" all around the net for more videos like this one.
  • 19 Dec 2011
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Come hang with some of Austin's best photogs as they case out the Capitol for great photos. And later that night some of these same members of the Austin Photography Meetup group joined Trey Ratcliff and Lotus Carroll for a photowalk at the 37th Street Christmas lights area.
  • 12 Dec 2011
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A dozen or so Austin photographers in the Austin Photography Meetup group did a photowalk around and inside the Texas State Capitol on Saturday, December 10, 2011 just before the Google+ Austin Photowalk with Trey Ratcliff and Lotus Carroll later that evening. Many of the same photogs attended both events.
  • 12 Dec 2011
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This is part deux of the Austin photo walk, don't miss part 1 with Trey Ratcliff showing how he sets up an high def, saturated color photo shot. See his viewfinder! Meet Lotus Carroll, co-organizer and major presence on Google+ About 100+ Google+ photography Circlers met right in the middle of the famous 37th Street Christmas Display on Saturday evening, December 10, 2011. All levels were welcome - beginners and beyond... they brought their kids, family, and this sort of thing... it was a very friendly event where socializing was on a par with techness. You can find more videos like this one by search for "springnet" everywhere video is served (iTunes, youtube, blip.tv, and on your set top box like Roku, Boxee, or TiVo)
  • 12 Dec 2011
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A look at the Tulsa 66 who are at the rubber game in a series with the Austin Toros on Wednesday night at the Cedar Park Center. See our first two videos if you've missed them which show the team in the locker room after the game Dec 2 and the Cheerleaders. And don't miss the next video in this series on the Toros pregame warmup. Search for "springnet" everywhere you find video.
  • 5 Dec 2011
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Austin, TX Oct 5, 2011 - Thousands of Longhorns fans gathered for the annual pep rally at The University of Texas before the weekend's football game against the University of Oklahoma. The Torchlight Parade started in 1916 and was a tradition that lasted through the late 1960s. The parade started at 8 p.m. at 25th Street and Whitis Street , and the rally at 8:30 p.m. took place on the mall in front of the UT Tower. Third-ranked Oklahoma (4-0, 1-0 Big 12) and No. 11 Texas (4-0, 1-0) meet Saturday in the Cotton Bowl in Dallas. I was just getting out of Nike Training class with Meryl C at RSC near Belmont Hall when I saw the long stream of UT players heading toward the UT tower where the rally was held. I got what I hope you'll enjoy are shots of the team, cheerleaders, Coach Brown and the fans.
  • 7 Oct 2011
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Spring.net, Austin, TX Oct 5, 2011 - Sometime during this video, Steve Jobs died thousands of miles away. It is my tribute to Steve that I made this with my iphone during the time of his passing. This video is dedicated to Steve Jobs. I was just getting out of Nike Training class with Meryl C at RSC near Belmont Hall when I saw the long stream of UT players heading toward the UT tower where the rally was going to be held. It was a tough choice, dance class or the rally. I got swept away by the emotions of the rally and I happened to have my iphone camera handy. I got what I hope you'll enjoy are shots of the team, the torch girl, the cheerleaders, Coach Brown and the fans. Wednesday night thousands of Longhorns fans gathered for the annual pep rally at The University of Texas before this weekend's football game against the University of Oklahoma. The Torchlight Parade started in 1916 and was a tradition that lasted through the late 1960s. The parade started at 8 p.m. at 25th Street and Whitis Street , and the rally at 8:30 p.m. took place on the mall in front of the UT Tower. Third-ranked Oklahoma (4-0, 1-0 Big 12) and No. 11 Texas (4-0, 1-0) meet Saturday in the Cotton Bowl in Dallas.
  • 7 Oct 2011
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Austin, TX Oct 5, 2011 - I was just getting out of Nike Training class with Meryl C at RSC near Belmont Hall when I saw the long stream of UT players heading toward the UT tower where the Texas OU rally was held. So I had to decide, go to dance class at 8:30 or go to the rally? The rally won. I got what I hope you'll enjoy are shots of the team, the torch girl, the cheerleaders, Coach Brown and the fans. Wednesday night thousands of Longhorns fans gathered for the annual pep rally at The University of Texas before this weekend's football game against the University of Oklahoma. The Torchlight Parade started in 1916 and was a tradition that lasted through the late 1960s. The parade started at 8 p.m. at 25th Street and Whitis Street , and the rally at 8:30 p.m. took place on the mall in front of the UT Tower. Third-ranked Oklahoma (4-0, 1-0 Big 12) and No. 11 Texas (4-0, 1-0) meet Saturday in the Cotton Bowl in Dallas.
  • 7 Oct 2011
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Spring.net, Austin, TX -Powerpoint Karaoke presentations on Saturday, August 6, 2011 at the AT&T Conference Center at ProductCamp Austin. Powerpoint-Karaoke is a spin-off from the traditional Karaoke, however instead of singing songs, the participants must present an impromptu presentation based on a random presentation, projected on a screen, to an audience. The presentations can come from a sampling of images collected locally or by randomly downloading from the Internet.
  • 7 Aug 2011
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Dave Zirin, the Rachel Maddow of sports commentators, brought a free screening of his documentary film, "Not Just a Game", to the North American Society for Sport History ( #nassh) conference at the AT&T Center in Austin on Sunday, May 29. Dave Zirin is the bestselling author of five books, the sports editor of The Nation magazine (the only one ever in 150 years), and the host of Sirius XM Satellite's weekly show, Edge of Sports Radio. He blogs at The Edge of Sports http://edgeofsports.com Dave has been called the best sports writer ever as well as the most controversial. He loves the Mets, Jets, Wizards, and Mystics. And he loves to venture in to topics considered taboo, off limits and out of bounds like race, religion, politics, discrimination, culture, war and peace, and prejudice. In the documentary screened at the event, Zirin illustrates how sports (far from being "just a game") have been at the center of the issues of our times. Zirin shows how sports have romanticized homophobia, sexism, racism, and militarism and how some athletes have stood up for the social issues of their time (Mohammed Ali, Billy Jean King, John Carlos, etc) You have to really dig around to find out what events are going on at the AT&T Center in Austin, because you won't find them on the AT&T Center's website where they are never publicized and you usually find them after the fact (like through Jon Lebkowsky's live twitter blogging) but I'm glad I set up a google alert for "AT&T Center" and got the email notice just in time to see this terrific free film and talk by Dave Zirin.
  • 30 May 2011
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Dave Zirin, the Rachel Maddow of sports commentators, brought a free screening of his documentary film, "Not Just a Game", to the North American Society for Sport History ( #nassh) conference at the AT&T Center in Austin on Sunday, May 29. Dave Zirin is the bestselling author of five books, the sports editor of The Nation magazine (the only one ever in 150 years), and the host of Sirius XM Satellite's weekly show, Edge of Sports Radio. He blogs at The Edge of Sports http://edgeofsports.com Dave has been called the best sports writer ever as well as the most controversial. He loves the Mets, Jets, Wizards, and Mystics. And he loves to venture in to topics considered taboo, off limits and out of bounds like race, religion, politics, discrimination, culture, war and peace, and prejudice. In the documentary screened at the event, Zirin illustrates how sports (far from being "just a game") have been at the center of the issues of our times. Zirin shows how sports have romanticized homophobia, sexism, racism, and militarism and how some athletes have stood up for the social issues of their time (Mohammed Ali, Billy Jean King, John Carlos, etc) You have to really dig around to find out what events are going on at the AT&T Center in Austin, because you won't find them on the AT&T Center's website where they are never publicized and you usually find them after the fact (like through Jon Lebkowsky's live twitter blogging) but I'm glad I set up a google alert for "AT&T Center" and got the email notice just in time to see this terrific free film and talk by Dave Zirin.
  • 30 May 2011
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Dave Zirin, the Rachel Maddow of sports commentators, brought a free screening of his documentary film, "Not Just a Game", to the North American Society for Sport History ( #nassh) conference at the AT&T Center in Austin on Sunday, May 29. Dave Zirin is the bestselling author of five books, the sports editor of The Nation magazine (the only one ever in 150 years), and the host of Sirius XM Satellite's weekly show, Edge of Sports Radio. He blogs at The Edge of Sports http://edgeofsports.com Dave has been called the best sports writer ever as well as the most controversial. He loves the Mets, Jets, Wizards, and Mystics. And he loves to venture in to topics considered taboo, off limits and out of bounds like race, religion, politics, discrimination, culture, war and peace, and prejudice. In the documentary screened at the event, Zirin illustrates how sports (far from being "just a game") have been at the center of the issues of our times. Zirin shows how sports have romanticized homophobia, sexism, racism, and militarism and how some athletes have stood up for the social issues of their time (Mohammed Ali, Billy Jean King, John Carlos, etc) You have to really dig around to find out what events are going on at the AT&T Center in Austin, because you won't find them on the AT&T Center's website where they are never publicized and you usually find them after the fact (like through Jon Lebkowsky's live twitter blogging) but I'm glad I set up a google alert for "AT&T Center" and got the email notice just in time to see this terrific free film and talk by Dave Zirin.
  • 30 May 2011
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You have to really dig around to find out what events are going on at the AT&T Center in Austin, because you won't find them on the AT&T Center's website where they are never publicized and you usually find them after the fact (like through Jon Lebkowsky's live twitter blogging) but I'm glad I set up a google alert for "AT&T Center" and got the email notice just in time to see this terrific free film and talk by Dave Zirin. Dave Zirin, the Rachel Maddow of sports commentators, brought a free screening of his documentary film, "Not Just a Game", to the North American Society for Sport History ( #nassh) conference at the AT&T Center in Austin on Sunday, May 29. Dave Zirin is the bestselling author of five books, the sports editor of The Nation magazine (the only one ever in 150 years), and the host of Sirius XM Satellite's weekly show, Edge of Sports Radio. He blogs at The Edge of Sports http://edgeofsports.com Dave has been called the best sports writer ever as well as the most controversial. He loves the Mets, Jets, Wizards, and Mystics. And he loves to venture in to topics considered taboo, off limits and out of bounds like race, religion, politics, discrimination, culture, war and peace, and prejudice. In the documentary screened at the event, Zirin illustrates how sports (far from being "just a game") have been at the center of the issues of our times. Zirin shows how sports have romanticized homophobia, sexism, racism, and militarism and how some athletes have stood up for the social issues of their time (Mohammed Ali, Billy Jean King, John Carlos, etc)
  • 30 May 2011
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I talk to a friend, Bob Nagy, who has an ipod touch. I'm on my iphone4 and we're talking via facetime. The video is done with the Canon 210 camera. I'm in Cedar Creek, TX in Bastrop County at my home, the Spring Lodge. We're both on a wifi connection.
  • 4 Nov 2010
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Gary Vaynerchuk spoke at the AT&T Conference Center on Weds, Sept 15, 2010 at "Texchange", a Texas non-profit networking organization for emerging technology entrepreneurs, professional and angel investors, experienced mentors and related professionals in services firms, govt., media and academia.
  • 17 Sep 2010
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