This video might make you cry. Actually, it will probably make you cry.
"At least with the old logo you knew what it meant: bad food served in a depressing mass-produced setting." - Olive Garden’s New Logo Is The Pits
Fun at the Fast Company Grill at SXSW in Austin!
(Photos by NickyDigital.com)
Twitter’s cofounder and other attendees explain how his 2010 “keynote from hell” went so wrong in an excerpt from our definitive oral history of SXSW Interactive.
The creepiest and most mesmerizing video of the year so far might be of a sinister floating black orb that follows people around making weird ambient noises.
Have you ever loved a painting so much you wanted to step inside and live in it for a while? - If 27 Famous Artists Designed Buildings
This year, 14 million young girls will be married against their will and nearly 1 million girls will be sold into slavery. To commemorate International Women’s Day on March 8, the women’s rights organization Catapult demonstrates that these aren’t stats but human lives.
In 2008, SXSW pulled off something of a coup by booking Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg—who had never attended the festival—as a keynote interview. The Q&A was conducted by journalist Sarah Lacy. Anticipation was remarkably high before the event…but things quickly went wrong…
Daniel Boulud talks of opening a restaurant for the day like he’s asking the sun to rise. “How can we make the day different, every day?” he asks himself and his staff. “By having a good creative meeting, a good goal to set.” Short, productive meetings are the order.
“I started working at SXSW in 1989. I was hired not because of my intelligence, technical acumen, or creativity. I had a Mac Plus computer and they didn’t.”
Photos by Tyler Nordgren.