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  1. The Future of Lifestyle Media to

    Panel on Friday 9th March

    Lifestyle media is big business. And in a down economy, DIY culture (sewing, canning, etc.) has seen a trendy resurgence. But the lifestyle industry is rapidly changing. How can you ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol E-H, 3rd floor (map)

  2. Serendipity (n.): A Happy Discovery By Accident to

    Dual on Friday 9th March

    Entertainment is a natural need. Anticipation is a human hunger. What’s better than feeling completely catered to, without losing the excitement of surprise? We know what we like and what ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol E-H, 3rd floor (map)

  3. The Fashion Fog: Redefining Content & Commerce to

    Panel on Friday 9th March

    Commerce and content have never been so intertwined. Fashion editors are jumping ship from magazines to join leading e-commerce platforms, while editorial destinations are introducing local deals and e-shops left ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol E-H, 3rd floor (map)

  4. When Copyright Trolls Attack to

    Panel on Saturday 10th March

    On 2010, the U.S. Copyright Group quietly targeted tens of thousands BitTorrent users for legal action in federal court in Washington DC. The defendants, who started off as unnamed "John ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol E-H, 3rd floor (map)

  5. Rethinking How to Communicate Science to

    Solo on Saturday 10th March

    It's been 30 years since Edward Tufte convinced designers that the visual display of quantitative information mattered. We illustrate evidence to promote understanding, but our choices to express science have ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol E-H, 3rd floor (map)

  6. Rise of Analytics: Impacting the Editorial Process? to

    Dual on Saturday 10th March

    The rapid proliferation of choices at the readers' fingertips for accessing content has made the editor's job more complicated than ever. Behavioral analytics will uncover when readers want what content, ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol E-H, 3rd floor (map)

  7. Data Visualization and the Future of Research to

    Panel on Saturday 10th March

    Data are the building blocks of information, fueling our algorithmic digital world. But with so much data being produced, how can we process it? Visualization techniques allow users to understand ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol E-H, 3rd floor (map)

  8. Copy Matters: Content Strategy for the Interface to

    Panel on Saturday 10th March

    When it comes to space-constrained interface content (from the web down to the smallest smartphone app), every word has to communicate something important and create value. The problem? Typical content ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol E-H, 3rd floor (map)

  9. Publishing Models Transforming the Book to

    Panel on Sunday 11th March

    By the end of 2011 it is projected that E-books will account for a quarter of frontlist book sales. Bricks and mortar stores are fighting for a fraction of the ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol E-H, 3rd floor (map)

  10. Driving the Change: Public Media Goes Transmedia to

    Panel on Sunday 11th March

    Public media—especially radio—has emerged as a seedbed for inventive producers driving a new culture of experimentation across traditional and digital platforms. Its unique legacy blends technical ingenuity, a vision aimed ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol E-H, 3rd floor (map)

  11. Once & Future King: Can Syndication Save Content? to

    Panel on Sunday 11th March

    The publishing industry has always embraced new technology as a primary driver of success. Syndication was once the solution for an industry challenged by economics, technology, and globalism, allowing content ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol E-H, 3rd floor (map)

  12. Open Web, Open News: Reporters & Developers Remix to

    Panel on Sunday 11th March

    We're experiencing the birth of a new era: Legacy news organizations are beginning the process of moving beyond their print and broadcast past, while new, all-web reporting outfits begin to ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol E-H, 3rd floor (map)

  13. Content and Coding Are Not Commodities to

    Panel on Sunday 11th March

    Geeks see code as art and content as stuff. Journalists see code as stuff and content as the art. Geeks may say "provide me content" while journalists are like "build ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol E-H, 3rd floor (map)

  14. Brand Journalism in the Real-World to

    Panel on Monday 12th March

    Brand journalism is often defined by what it isn’t. It’s not just blogging, it’s not PR, but it isn’t traditional reporting either. This session will focus not only on defining ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol E-H, 3rd floor (map)

  15. Artists in Labs: Participatory Design at Eyebeam to

    Panel on Monday 12th March

    Eyebeam Art & Technology Center provides a context for creative collaboration and the cross-pollination of ideas & practice. In our lab at any given time, there are up to 20 ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol E-H, 3rd floor (map)

  16. Bridging the Digital and the Divine to

    Panel on Monday 12th March

    Surveys regularly show 80% of Americans consider themselves religious or spiritual. How do religion and faith play out online, and how are organizations trying to engage diverse faith audiences? In ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol E-H, 3rd floor (map)

  17. Knitting a Long Tail in Niche Publishing to

    Solo on Monday 12th March

    Larger publishers and distributors are often unwilling to take a chance on what they consider "niche." Yet consumers want specialization and more advanced content rather than lowest common denominator material. ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol E-H, 3rd floor (map)

  18. Tricking People into Reading Again to

    Panel on Monday 12th March

    Despite its reputation as a kitten video landfill, the Internet has been responsible for more reading than most high schools. Every day of the week, Cracked.com publishes at least one ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol E-H, 3rd floor (map)

  19. Reported Aggregation: A Truce in the Content Wars? to

    Dual on Tuesday 13th March

    2011 was a big year for news—from the Arab Spring uprisings to the debt-ceiling meltdown, to quakes, floods hurricanes and the Republican presidential smackdown. Fortunately, the year also saw the ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol E-H, 3rd floor (map)

  20. New Career for Journalists: Online Video Producer to

    Panel on Tuesday 13th March

    Writing is never going to die. Crafting thoughts into clear and useful communication is always going to be important online. But aspiring writers these days would be smart to enhance ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol E-H, 3rd floor (map)

  21. Surviving Lulz: Behind the Scenes of LulzSec to

    Solo on Tuesday 13th March

    On Thursday, June 2, 2011, LulzSecurity.com registered for CloudFlare — a service designed to make any website faster and more secure. One hour after they registered, they published 3.5 million ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol E-H, 3rd floor (map)

  22. Misuse the Internet and Make People Love You to

    Panel on Tuesday 13th March

    Online culture, unlike any other medium, was mostly created by people dicking around. Fake Twitter accounts, single-topic blogs, microsites, image macros, even 4chan trolls are building a rich, constantly evolving ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol E-H, 3rd floor (map)