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The blog of Rex Hammock, founder/ceo of Hammock Inc., a customer media and marketing services company founded in 1991 in Nashville, Tenn. Rex is also founder/helper-in-chief of the wiki, SmallBusiness.com.
RexBlog.com was created in August, 2000.
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Tag Archives: sxsw
As there are 2,221 proposals on the “Panel Picker” for next March’s South by Southwest Interactive Festival, perhaps you’ve missed these: We Just Saw Robert Scoble: A panel of SXSW attendees who just saw Robert Scoble share their thoughts on … Continue reading
SXSW is like Twitter. Chaotic, confusing and hard to get because everyone explains it by how they use or experience it — and everyone uses and experiences it differently. I’ve come to the “interactive” part of SXSW for five years … Continue reading
Now this is hilarious. Daniel Terdiman at CNET wrote that Twitter users attending South by Southwest Interactive are complaining of the overload and noise caused by everyone who is attending the event using the “hastage sxsw” (#swsx) on anything they … Continue reading
For the past five years, I’ve spent a Saturday-Monday in early March here, attending the South by Southwest Festival, or as it is affectionally written on Twitter and tagged on Flickr, SXSW or SxSW. I think the really cool people … Continue reading
Sorry if this appears like I’m continuing to pick on her, but this Sarah Lacy interview with the Digg guys is a good demo of how NOT to talk over someone you are interviewing — on-stage, on-video or on-audio. Perhaps … Continue reading