Casey Mckinnon, actress, videoblogger, producer talks about the next chapter in her career at SXSW 2008. Paul Walhus of *******austincast****/blog/ interviews her as part of an onging series of over 100 interviews at SXSW.
austincast****/blog/ 's Paul Terry Walhus interviewed Lindsay Campbell at SXSW 2008 in Austin, Texas. According to Silicon Alley "Lindsay's an actress, with appearances on Law & Order, The Sopranos . . the beautiful, witty Wallstrip host
Leah Culver and Caroline McCarthy rock out to Rockband on the Xbox 360 at SXSW 2008. Caroline is a social maven for cnet****. Leah Culver is a software developer living in San Francisco. She founded the social messaging service, Pownce (pownce****)
Cali couldn't say long at SXSW because her dog had surgery. Catch the blooper at the beginning. She's hooked on this "amazing thing" since Dec. 2005. AustinCast**** drew a blank when she brought up "Gilmore Girls". All about Calis life and times.
Lee Kolbert - who is teachakidd on twitter - has figured out a way to mashup twitter and del.icio.us to organize an educators community. Austincast**** interviews her on her first skype session ever and she reveals how all this works.
Lindsay Campbell of moblogic.tv is interview by Paul Terry Walhus of *******austincast****/blog/ at SXSW 2008. Lindsay took a daring leap from a successful show, Wallstrip, to launch a new show based on politics and news. And it's working!
from cc-chapman****: My name is C.C. Chapman and I’m a new media maven living in Metro-West Boston. I absolutely love this space that we play in right now and am passionate about helping change the face of media as we know it -Interview by austincast
Marjorie Kase, ceo of Blogger Reps, is in charge of business development and brand awareness. She is also the President and CEO of Blogger Reps's parent company, Sociable Agency. Paul Terry Walhus of Austincast**** interviews her at SXSW 2008 in Austin,, TX
Bob Nagy explains how to set up your high definition television in a few easy steps. Most people don't take the 5 minutes it takes to get the best picture out of their high def unit. Video by Paul Terry Walhus of austincast**** where you can see more videos like this.
Paul Terry Walhus of Austincast**** interviews Electric Pulp partner and developer Michael Lehmkuhl. EP's websites: Truemors****, alltop****, and Stephen Colbert's Make Me America. Michael shows off the Macbook Air he got from Guy Kawasaki who uses his team for web development.
Austincast**** Dina Knight interviews Gary Vaynerchuk of WineLibrary.tv. Gary loves giving. He encourages to you to engage youself in your social niche. Gary is passionate and he says "give, give, give" and don't expect any thing in return. And you'll get ten times the return. Social capital over venture capital. The bubble may burst but you won't lose your friendships. It's a new business, web 2.0 world. Wow, this guy is so passionate. No wonder he has a huge loyal following even among people that aren't particularly in to his wine reviews. Community. Sharing. Goodness. Family. Being nice to your neighbor. Web 2.0 is so good in so many ways. Your roi on kindness is so much more effective than spiffy marketing.
Austincast**** Paul Terry Walhus interviews Omar L. Gallaga who writes about technology culture for the Austin American-Statesman. He's worked for more than nine years at the Austin American-Statesman and edited Technopolis, the newspaper's personal tech section, and ¡ahora sí!, Austin's Spanish-language newspaper. He's been a writer and performer with Austin's award-winning Latino Comedy Project and is a contributing writer for Television Without Pity, MSNBC****'s books section and The Almost Late Show with Bobby Bones. He writes a comic strip, "Space Monkeys!" with his brother, Pablo, and lives in New Braunfels with his wife and three technologically savvy cats.
Paul Terry Walhus of AustinCast**** interviews Michael Barenbaum. Michael is a Film Editor, his latest movie is the Marconi Brothers about two rug sales men. Shot on 35 mm film and edited on Final Cut Pro. Debuted at SXSW 20008.
NIGEL NOBLE is an Academy award-winning producer/director of films and television, whose work is characterized by a sense of compassion and a keen eye for the telling moment. His entry at SXSW Film Fest was "They Killed Sister Dorothy"
His work in film and television specials and series have earned him many awards as both a director and a producer, including an Oscar for CLOSE HARMONY, an Oscar nomination for A STITCH FOR TIME, a Christopher award, two Emmy awards, two ACE awards, five CINE Golden Eagles, two NATPE Iris Awards among others.
We were supposed to ride the tour bus, but the bus was late so AMD called taxies for everyone for the 30 plus mile ride to the Salt Lick, Texas best bbq spot. The food was mouth watering and the sauce was to die for. A lot of neterati present, ijustin, Scoble, Tim Ferris, and others. See who you can spot. A three part video
ustream.tv had a booth at the SXSW trade show and austincast**** interviewed, and was interviewed by, ustream.tv