1. Best in SXSW food: Sunday

    Food blogger Addie Broyles spent the day at some of the most innovative food experiences at SXSW. Check out some of her posts below.

    Robot baristas create images in latte foamimageLatte image from TravisBklyn via Instagram.  

    While the robots revolted when Addie wanted a latte, the committed were rewarded with a new twist on conventional coffee.

    The Smoke Experiment at Clive Bar

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    Smoked ceviche, smoked ice cream, smoked pork belly…the Smoke Experiment brought their imagination as contestants looked for the best smoked dishes. 

    Bacon Takedown at Hickory Street

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    Here an oink, there an oink, everywhere an oink, oink. 


    Mobile Loaves and Fishes launches Street Treat carts run by homeless

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    Find the carts @StreetTreatsATX

  2. SXSW Interactive 2013 Day 3: The big names, big sightings and panels

    Sunday was a big day for sightings and panels at SXSWi. Jeffrey Tambor got told to wait outside a venue, Shaq literally picked up an Austin360 reporter, Neil Gaiman and Amanda Palmer hung out with Peter Sagal and Rachel Maddow loosened up for some Q&A

  3. SXSW: Tuesday's best bets →

  4. Geeks are rock stars at SXSW

    It’s the last day of SXSW Interactive and we’re swinging into the Music portion of the fest. Expect to see more skinny jeans, band T-shirts and guitar cases around the Austin Convention Center. Film, of course, continues with screenings throughout the fest. But hey, the geeks have one more day.

  5. SXSW Keynote: Ray Kurzweil - Expanding Our Intelligence Without Limit
The gist: The future: a little scary, but mostly full of really mind-boggling innovation that can, improbably, be plotted by people like Kurzweil, an author most closely associated with speech technology and the artificial intelligence concept of “The Singularity.”
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Photo: Michael Lutch, courtesy SXSW Inc.

    SXSW Keynote: Ray Kurzweil - Expanding Our Intelligence Without Limit

    The gist: The future: a little scary, but mostly full of really mind-boggling innovation that can, improbably, be plotted by people like Kurzweil, an author most closely associated with speech technology and the artificial intelligence concept of “The Singularity.”

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    Photo: Michael Lutch, courtesy SXSW Inc.

  6. ‘Homeless Hotspots’ stir controversy at SXSW Interactive
When we mentioned last week in a link roundup that homeless individuals would be walking around offering 4G wireless hotspot access at South by Southwest Interactive, we had a feeling it would get some attention and attract some criticism.
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    ‘Homeless Hotspots’ stir controversy at SXSW Interactive

    When we mentioned last week in a link roundup that homeless individuals would be walking around offering 4G wireless hotspot access at South by Southwest Interactive, we had a feeling it would get some attention and attract some criticism.

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  7. SXSW Day 4: Panels, parties and news
Day 3 of SXSW has come and gone. Onward to day 4.
The big news this morning:  Reuters reports that CNN is buying the social media news site Mashable.
Are you a SXSW vet or virgin? See if you figure out who is and who isn’t.
The sun did wonders yesterday. It even brought out George Clinton.
Speaking of which, it’s foggy out there now, but it will get in the 80s today.
Your Monday best bets include the premiere of “Girls,” “21 Jump Street” and a chat with Jill Abramson, the editor of The New York Times.
Photo: Rodolfo Gonzalez AMERICAN-STATESMAN
Edit: Jennifer Pahlka is Tuesday’s keynote. Today’s keynote is Ray Kurzweil.

    SXSW Day 4: Panels, parties and news

    Day 3 of SXSW has come and gone. Onward to day 4.

    Photo: Rodolfo Gonzalez AMERICAN-STATESMAN


    Edit: Jennifer Pahlka is Tuesday’s keynote. Today’s keynote is Ray Kurzweil.

  8. SXSW scene: Mobli 2.0 party (Or, ‘The night that Leo came to Interactive’)
So, it was the night that Leo came to Interactive. READ MORE

    SXSW scene: Mobli 2.0 party (Or, ‘The night that Leo came to Interactive’)

    So, it was the night that Leo came to Interactive. READ MORE

  9. SXSW = South By So Wet

    Saturday proved to be another soggy day, but no matter. We had movies, celebrities, keynotes, awesome panels and more.

  10. SXSW keynote: Baratunde Thurston: ‘How To Read The World’
Humorist, The Onion director of digital and “How To Be Black” author Baratunde Thurston essentially did a stand-up comedy act — a very skilled, well-received one — as the opening keynote speaker for South by Southwest Interactive.
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    SXSW keynote: Baratunde Thurston: ‘How To Read The World’

    Humorist, The Onion director of digital and “How To Be Black” author Baratunde Thurston essentially did a stand-up comedy act — a very skilled, well-received one — as the opening keynote speaker for South by Southwest Interactive.

    Read more