Monday, March 16, 2009

SXSW: Beyond Aggregation- Finding the Web's Best Content

Hard to grade this one. It did suffer from being a panel, where the panelists are cautious and guarding their answers. I'll have to review the audio clip to see if there's really anything there.

10:45 audience questions.
10:43 Serching within records by pasting into
10:41 check out Post Rank and Regulator. Also Twitter real-time search in Google. Maybe an install?
10:32 people ditching this panel. room still full. these panelists are smart but not giving it up. Spoiled yesterday with Gary Vaynerchuk spilling his sole onstage.
10:29 There's a listing feature in FriendFeed that allows this panelist to group discussions and filter.
10:18 It's a good thing I'm recording the audio of this session as one of the panelist is spewing tech speak so fast I can't tell what he's saying.
10:16 A little slow this morning getting my tools going. Yoga session a few minutes ago released an energy channel that has my head tingling.

Room Hilton A
Monday, March 16th 10:00 am - 11:00 am

RSS aggregation has reduced the massive ocean of Web content into something more manageable, but we are still left overloaded with information and manual searching. This panel will explore new avenues for finding the Web's best content, and how this more intelligent Web will affect major media companies, online publishers and consumers. We have confirmed Marshall Kirkpatrick of ReadWriteWeb as a moderator. Marshall Kirkpatrick VP Content Dev, ReadWriteWeb
Louis Gray Author/Publisher,
Gabe Rivera Founder/CEO, Techmeme
Melanie Baker Community Mgr, AideRSS Inc
Micah Baldwin VP Business Dev, Lijit Networks Inc

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