If you are reading this blog, I would really appreciate your help in getting his panels selected for next year's event. If you want to help, please follow these steps:
- Create an account on the SXSW Panel Picker site (it's free)
- Go to the Panel Picker page and do a search for these panels:
- We Heart You!! -- Growing Your Business From Within (vote)
Your employees are your company's heart and soul -- do they know how much you love them? Our discussion will give you some insights on how to improve the lives and brains of your greatest assets, giving you a strong competitive edge and a win-win environment for your company, your employees and your clients.
- iPhone in the Enterprise (vote)
The iPhone hit the cell phone market by storm in mid 2007. A phone to solve your every need. And one heck of a new user interface paradigm focused on your fingers as an input device. No more windows, only view ports. The Safari browser and Webkit became relevant again. We're giving away an actual iPhone at this panel, so come ready with questions and ideas.
- Pimp My Non Profit (vote)
Non profit groups struggle with funding and public support issues on a daily basis. Yet many have overcome the odds and made a splash online and offline by using the latest Web technologies -- for pennies on the dollar. This discussion will center around the stories, strategies, triumphs and challenges of innovative non profits with a passion for change and the cajones to rock it out online.
- The Art of Visual Thinking (vote)
Kelsey’s panel - Visual Thinking is the art of using pictures to solve problems, think through issues and communicate messages clearly. Visual communication has long been used by indigenous cultures in art, storytelling and history. This has helped shape languages and communication styles around the world. Find out how to present ideas visually, cut through the clutter to help explain things in a more concise and understandable manner.
I very much appreciate your help with this... I know it's somewhat of a shameless plug, but I am certain many of the SXSW attendees will learn a bunch from Ed - he's a phenomenal and knowledgeable speaker.