These are the events I will be playing Southby Roulette with tomorrow. Which ones I actually attend will be decided when I’m in the previous session. 

 

9:30 AM

Can Gaming Make the World Better?

Stand with Planned Parenthood: A Crisis Response

Material Change-Tackling Human Rights with Artists

The New Black? How Digital Ed is Everything

Fixing Broke(n) Governments Through Serious Games

Tech Detox: Can You Survive a Day w/o Technology?

Food Trucks Share Social Media Tips

The Mind & Consciousness As an Interface

Make a Kinection: The Future of Interactive Design

11 AM

The Nick Denton Interview: The Failure of Comments

21st Century Giving: Social Philanthropy’s Rise

Community Regeneration Through Digital Literacy

Mother Goose Got Punked: Next Gen Visual Stories

A New Culture of Learning: Gaming, Tech, Design

Out of This World Engagement

Vote4Geeks: Why Techies Should Run for Office

The Rise of Brooklyn Food Scene

Open Source & the Changing Tech Landscape

We the People: Creating a Consumer’s Bill of Rights

Driving the Change: Public Media Goes Transmedia

12:30 PM

Optimism: The Ultimate Revolutionary Act

Curing a Rage Headache: Internet Drama & Activism

Right to Be Forgotten: Forgiveness or Censorship?

No Brochures: Digital Storytelling for Nonprofits

Designing Positive Daily Addications

Public Lab: Mapping, DIY Activism & Civic Science

But Hasn’t Politics Always Been Social?

Crowdsourcing Government: Why Access Matters

How to Run a Social Site and Not Get Users Killed

Open Art, Open Audiences: The Edinburgh Festivals

Better Food Through Open Data Standards

Social Media is a Bubble and SXSW is a Fad

Turning Slacktivism into Online Activism

Once & Future King: Can Syndication Save Content?

2 PM

Ambient Location and the Future of the Interface

3:30 PM

Design, Build, Transform

White Space: Shaping Nothing for Clean Design

Preserving the Creative Culture of the Web

The Smart Grid is Inseperable from the Internet

Discardia: More Life, Less Stuff

Oh, the Places You’ll End Up Hanging Around

Funny or Die: Future of Comedy & Everything Else

The UnCollege: Learning Outside University

Reprogram Your Yard, Then Eat it

Data is the New Oil: Wealth and Wars on the Web

The Power of Contemplative Play

Video Games: The Supreme Court and What’s Next

5 PM

How Is Internet Helping People Make Their Own Laws

The Infinite Resource: Growth on a Finite Planet

Reinventing the Graphic Novel for the iPad

Hacking the Citizen Experience

4-Hour Work Week is BS: Truths of Working Smarter

Austin 2032: Shaping Future Cities with Mobile Data

Don’t Just Sell Things: Change the World

Security and Privacy in Social Networks

On the Internet, Everyone Knows You’re a Dog

How to Personalize Without Being Creepy II

6 PM

Geo Interfaces for Actual Humans

 

After all of this, at 8:30 PM, I will be attending the vigil for Byron Carter at the intersection of 8th and I-35, on the east side (northbound) of the highway. For more information about this event, see here.

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