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Friday 8th March 2013

  1. What Can We Learn from the Unabomber? to

    Solo / Dual / Panel on Friday 8th March

    Ted Kaczynski, also known as the Unabomber, continues to write anti-technology essays from prison, and his fans believe he makes some good points about the unforseen consequences of technology in ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol E-H (map)

  2. It's Reddit's Web. We Just Live In It to

    Solo / Dual / Panel on Friday 8th March

    For many years, Reddit -- a site that allows people to post, vote on, and comment on links from around the Web -- was an also-ran news aggregator, a place ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol E-H (map)

Saturday 9th March 2013

  1. Get Ready to Rumble! How WWE Is Crushing Social TV to

    Solo / Dual / Panel on Saturday 9th March

    With more than 123 million fans/followers on Facebook and Twitter, WWE ranks among the sports world's digital leaders. Wrestlemania XXVIII alone generated 110 worldwide trends over the show's five-hour period ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol E-H (map)

  2. How Peep Culture Hacked Your Reputation & Brain to

    Solo / Dual / Panel on Saturday 9th March

    In his book 'The Peep Diaries' & doc 'Peep Culture,' Hal Niedzviecki notes our willingness to bare everything for entertainment, profit & reputation. Even if we don't aspire to fame, ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol E-H (map)

  3. The Rise of Contextual Social Networks to

    Solo / Dual / Panel on Saturday 9th March

    Social networks rise and fall as people try to find a site that satisfies their social needs, and the “one-size fits all” networks may no longer hold the value that ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol E-H (map)

  4. Real Talk: The Social Customer Service Shift to

    Solo / Dual / Panel on Saturday 9th March

    Customer service has become one of the most dynamic areas in social media. The social revolution has completely transformed a back-office function and put it square in the limelight, allowing ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol E-H (map)

Sunday 10th March 2013

  1. Who Run the (Internet) World: Women to

    Solo / Dual / Panel on Sunday 10th March

    Think pink is the way to market to girls? Think again. Women and the teen girls they were know the power of their affections when it comes to entertainment, the ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol E-H (map)

  2. Old Tech, New Tech, Same Old Sex? to

    Solo / Dual / Panel on Sunday 10th March

    In the 70s porn theaters were a social space; in the 80s VCRs made viewing private; the 90s saw the rise of internet porn and online forums, allowing a still ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol E-H (map)

  3. Shaping the Future of Play Is Serious Work to

    Solo / Dual / Panel on Sunday 10th March

    Best known for uncovering the importance of unstructured play, Swiss psychologist Jean Piaget once said "play is the answer to how anything new comes about". We know now from decades ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol E-H (map)

  4. Social Circles vs. Social Media to

    Solo / Dual / Panel on Sunday 10th March

    This panel will look at how people socialize online and offline – and how these interactions affect each other. Just as they do in real life, people on social networks ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol E-H (map)

Monday 11th March 2013

  1. Eating to Live Online: Virtual Food & Real Life to

    Solo / Dual / Panel on Monday 11th March

    Food may be the new rock and roll, but there's a lot to hate about current food culture. The conversational territory is carved up into ridiculous feats of gluttony, Rube ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol E-H (map)

  2. Digital Drama: Growing Up in the Age of Facebook to

    Solo / Dual / Panel on Monday 11th March

    The rise of social media and mobile technology has forever altered the social landscape teenagers navigate. It hasn't necessarily made kids meaner, or bullying more prevalent, but it has changed ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol E-H (map)

  3. B2B Social Marketing: Blazing New Trails to

    Solo / Dual / Panel on Monday 11th March

    From content marketing to community management, B2B organizations are expanding their focus beyond traditional forms of communications to increase direct engagement with audiences. B2B customers are active users of social ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol E-H (map)

  4. Confessions of a Community Moderator to

    Solo / Dual / Panel on Monday 11th March

    Back by popular demand, we bring you Community Confessions. Double agent. First Responder. Cheerleader. They're all fair descriptors of the now prevalent role of Community Manager. Whether you are one ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol E-H (map)

Tuesday 12th March 2013

  1. Who Owns Your Fans? Not You! to

    Solo / Dual / Panel on Tuesday 12th March

    You're a big, well-known entertainment brand with tons of Facebook fans and Twitter followers. Great—now what? Success for entertainment brands can be driven heavily by social media. However, social media ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol E-H (map)

  2. Fashion & Food: Transforming Visual Narration to

    Solo / Dual / Panel on Tuesday 12th March

    All those latte portraits and shoe snapshots that fill up your feed? They're major game changers—in the cultural narrative realm. And as the recent acquisition of Instagram by Facebook proves, ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol E-H (map)

  3. Warhol Goes Social: Creativity in the Tech Age to

    Solo / Dual / Panel on Tuesday 12th March

    Today, everyone is a “Creative.” With the boom of visually-based social platforms like Instagram and Pinterest, technology has leveled the playing field. Does this really change how we define art ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol E-H (map)