SXSW (South by Southwest) Interactive Roundup

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    What do Google, AOL, Panasonic, AKQA and Bloomfire have in common? They all rocked the SXSW (South by Southwest) Interactive Trade Show last week. We took the opportunity to launch our product there, and our booth was packed with one inquiry after another.

    I heard that quite a few people enjoyed Panasonic’s 3D HDTVs, saying that you “had to check it out!”

    AOL was out in full force, showcasing Mapquest and SEED. And Google had a booth showcasing hourly lectures and various product demos. They also put on a Hackathon at a nearby hotel, encouraging developers to put on their competitive hats.

    A quick shout-out to all the organizations that we met:

    • Michigan State University
    • University of Michigan
    • Yahoo!
    • Finnish Mobile Association
    • iDA Singapore
    • Local Motors
    • TechSmith
    • eLance
    • Juice Pharma Advertising
    • Transportation Workers Union of America
    • IBM
    • Burton Snowboards
    • Domino’s Pizza
    • Tucows
    • British Sky Broadcasting
    • Constant Contact
    • CD Baby
    • Texas State Technical College
    • Level 3 Communications
    • Columbia University in Chicago
    • The University of Georgia

    P.S. For those of you who met us at the Learning Solutions Conference 2010, we’ll be posting a roundup shortly. Stay posted!

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