mar 13

Worst. Website. Evah.

[SXSW-influenced post #3.] The best SXSW presentations are never explicitly educational. Most of what's left to be learned from others about online interaction is around what not to do. Which is why Andy's Worst Website Ever session was my favorite. (My contribution would have been my idea to do a print zine about YouTube. I'm not even really kidding.)


Also noted: performance is the single most important part of a good SXSW presentation. So Anil's Battledecks presentation comes in a close second.

posted by Rex at 7:06 PM on March 13, 2008

I'll confess to be being massively disappointed by this particular session, which came off to me like an hour-long SNL sketch instead of something instructive and of value. This session, along with a handful of others that were poorly organized, misleadingly titled, or suffered the problem of too many rambling introductions and no time for actual content, was useless to me.

posted by Jg at 12:30 PM on March 14, 2008

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