Michael Williams, Railroad Commissioner, is a strong political force out of Houston and a Texas Social Media Award Winner along with Paul Terry Walhus, Michelle Greer (winner) and others. An advocate of alternative energy, Williams is championing the conversion of Texas public and private fleets, especially school buses, from diesel and gasoline to environmentally cleaner, cheaper and domestically produced natural gas and propane through his “Breathe Easy” initiative. Distributed by Tubemogul.
Interview with Jason Stoddard, with Stagira**** who talks about philosophy and the "Unconference" he put on. Paul Terry Walhus with *******spring****/blog interviews. Dina Knight produced this video.
Anthony Epp has just released his first feature length film on Super Channel in high def in Canada. Anthony talks about the movies premise, violence in hockey and talks about his future projects as a promising young film maker. The interview took place at the Epp family gather in the Vancouver area of British Columbia (BC) Canada. Spring**** Paul Terry Walhus is the interviewer.
The organizers of Videocamp Austin celebrate the big success they had at their event on Saturday Feb 27 at the UT ActLab. The scene is Annies on Sixth Street. Among those shown talmadge daveiam bigmanweston katmandlestein Video by Paul Terry Walhus and *******spring****
The sixth in a series of interviews by *******spring**** that ask attendees at Product Camp Austin 2010 or #pca10 on twitter the question "What did you learn today?" Shown are Amanda Winters, Chris Larson, Tom Grant, Kathryn McGinney, and Erin Young talking to Paul Terry Walhus.
GPS (Grace P Sharington) and PTW (Paul Terry Walhus) walk down 6th Street at the peak of SXSW Music Festival. We'll leave the "P" in GPS up to your imagination. More Spring**** videos can be found by searching for "springnet" on Itunes
Grace interviews Uncle Pooch at the Museum of the Weird on Sixth Street during SXSW. Video by Paul Terry Walhus. Itunes Podcast is called "springnet" and you can subscribe to it at the Itunes store by searching for "springnet"
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.
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
ustream.tv had a booth at the SXSW trade show and austincast**** interviewed, and was interviewed by, ustream.tv
Phil Campbell is a video blogger who austincast**** interviewed just before SXSW.
Charlton Springs is about twenty miles west of Hot Springs, AR on US 270. This Spring really reminds you of Austin Texas' Barton Springs, maybe 50 years ago. The lower end is about three feet deep and the deep end up against the magnificently built stone dam is about 8 feet deep. It's about 60 feet across and maybe 300 feet long.
More video and details on *******austinblogger****/blog/ CJ Romberger founded Wildwood Interactive web development firm in 2000. Her experience includes systems analysis, website and database development, computer programming and training, quality assurance, and product and application development. She’s worked at companies like Fisher-Rosemont, BMC Software, and Human Code, and has led development teams for large eCommerce sites like RX**** and Leapfrog****. CJ graduated with a 4.0 GPA from Texas State University and holds a BBA in Computer Information Systems. She writes a column called "Gadget Girl" for Austin Woman Magazine and in her spare time plays music in her recording studio and plays with new technology.
The Internet as key enabling technology for the emergence of the new global sustainability economy
David's Bio: David Armistead has been involved in business and organization development, strategic planning, and future studies projects since the early 1980s, and has worked directly with major culture leaders, multinational firms and state and federal government, and also high tech manufacturing and small business
Video by *******austinblogger****/blog Bill Leake has been involved in driving provable revenues through internet marketing techniques since the early 1990s when, as part of the management team at Power Computing, he built the first company to sell $1 million of product over the internet. Bill has guided Apogee Search from inception to its current position as the largest search engine marketing firm in the Southwest, and one of the 20 largest in North America.