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“Art and Tech are Old Pals” at Social Media House SXSW 2011 (audio)

Dave talks at SXSW but a whole other talk than the one in this audio clip but you probably won't notice. Photo by Kris Krug via Flickr
Dave talks at SXSW but a whole other talk than the one in this audio clip but you probably won’t notice. Photo by Kris Krug via Flickr

During SXSW Interactive Festival, Dave shares stories of analog arts and crafts, sparking creativity, using technology to tell stories and remaining interesting using examples from historical artists and his own experience.

Gte social for: Art and Tech are Old Pals at Social Media House SXSW 2011 (21MB, 15:35, 192k mp3)

Also available in “Art and Tech are Old Pals” at Social Media House SXSW 2011 video version.

Note: Thanks to Social Media Clubhouse for inviting/ filming.

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You can catch a longer version of the similar deal in “Art and Tech are Old Pals” at Wordcamp Vancouver and you might also enjoy “Are you Worthy? Greeks to Geeks” at Wordcamp Whistler.

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“Art and Tech are Old Pals” at Social Media House SXSW 2011 (video)

I shared a spiel called “Art and Tech are Old Pals” at Wordcamp Vancouver in a full version but shared a spontaneous and shorter version while at Social Media Clubhouse at SXSW 2011.

In this spiel, i discuss a “people’s history” of media creation and my tactics and thoughts about how to foster creativity by viewing the past and participating in the creation of the future.

Blurb:

During SXSW Interactive Festival, Dave shares stories of analog arts and crafts, sparking creativity, using technology to tell stories and remaining interesting using examples from historical artists and his own experience.

You’ll see lots of interesting props pulled from an old-timey suitcase and a few laughs along the way plus practical tips you can implement to enhance your own creative process.

Note: Thanks to Social Media Clubhouse for filming.

Audio only version also available via Community Feasthouse podcast feed.

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You can catch a longer version of the similar deal in “Art and Tech are Old Pals” at Wordcamp Vancouver and you might also enjoy “Are you Worthy? Greeks to Geeks” at Wordcamp Whistler.