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SXSEATTLE 2009 INTERACTIVE

Seattle is sending over thirty panelists to speak at SXSW Interactive this year. These industry leaders represent a wide variety of organizations including Microsoft, Big Fish Games, Her Interactive, Hornall Anderson, Amazon.com, University of Washington, I Can Haz Cheeseburger, Office Nomads, Tatango, Etelos, Gluten Free Girl, Common Craft, Position Technologies, China Law Blog, Blue Flavor, and more!

Friday, March 13
Games By the People, For the People Room C 3:30 PM Boyd Multerer, Microsoft
Funologists Live & In Person: Guerilla Game Research Room B 5:00 PM Julie Ratner, Ph.D., Big Fish Games; Tamara Adlin, Fell Swoop LLC; Jason Schklar, Initial Experience Consulting
Brave New Dating Room 18A 6:30 PM Ryan McMinn, Microsoft
Saturday, March 14
Interactive Beyond the Screen: Branding in Four Dimensions Room 8 10:00 AM Jamie Monberg, Hornall Anderson
Microformats: A Quiet Revolution Room 10 11:30 AM Karsten Januszewski, Microsoft
Profit By Mobilizing Your Online Community or Marketplace Room 10 2:00 PM Derek Johnson, Tatango
Feed Me: Bite Size Info for a Hungry Internet Room B 3:30 PM Dare Obasanjo, Microsoft
Sunday, March 15
OpenID, Oauth, Data Portability and the Enterprise Room Hilton C 11:30 AM Danny Kolke, Etelos Inc
Blackboards or Backchannels:
The Techno-Induced Classroom of Tomorrow
Room B 11:30 AM Kelly Sutton, HackCollege
Taking Responsibility for the Quality of Your Life Room 5C 11:30 AM Brian Yeung, Microsoft
CSS3: What's Now, What's New and What's Not? Room 6 2:00 PM Chris Wilson and Sylvain Galinaeu, Microsoft
Regional Whuffie Building: Attracting Innovation to Your City Room C 3:30 PM Susan Evans, Office Nomads
The Web in Higher Education: What's Different? Room 19B 3:30 PM Dylan Wilbanks, UW School of Public Health
Post Standards: Creating Open Source Specs Room Hilton C 3:30 PM Dare Obasanjo and David Rudin, Microsoft
Monday, March 16
Gaming as a Gateway Drug: Getting Girls Interested in Technology Room 6 10:00 AM Megan Gaiser, Her Interactive
Shift Happens: Moving from Words to Pictures Room Hilton C 10:00 AM Lee LeFever, Common Craft
Browser Wars III: The Platform Wins Room Hilton C 11:30 AM Chris Wilson, Microsoft
My Car is Talking But What's it Saying? Room 9 11:30 AM Jason Kriese, Microsoft
International Business in China for Fun and Profit Room 8 2:00 PM Dan Harris, China Law Blog
Wireframes for the Wicked Room C 3:30 PM Nick Finck, Blue Flavor
SEO For Startups Room Hilton E 3:30 PM Todd Friesen, Position Technologies
Tuesday, March 17
Latino Digital Drive: Why This Audience Matters Room Hilton A 10:00 AM Javiar Farfan, Zune
Collabotition: Can Companies Work With Their Competitors? Room A 10:00 AM Niko Chauls, Microsoft
Cloud Computing: Defending the Undefinable Room 8 10:00 AM Yousef Khalidi, Microsoft; Werner Vogels, Amazon.com
UR Blog Sux and Print is Dead Room 18BCD 11:30 AM Ben Huh, I Can Has Cheezburger?
Universal Design for Web Applications TBA 12:00 PM Wendy Chisholm, UW
Brave NUI World: The Fearless Future of Device Interaction Room 9 3:30 PM Kristen Alexander, Microsoft Xbox

Download a printable PDF or import the full schedule into your personal calendar.

All panel times and locations subject to change. Check sxsw.com for the latest information.