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How many panels can a SXSWi'er pick?

It's that time again! SXSWi Panel Picker time! UPDATED on Monday, August 23, 2010

And once again, I have the honor of being part of one panel that is in contention:

Social Media: The Pink Collar Ghetto of Tech?

When Keidra approached me for this panel, I knew it was an awesome idea because I struggle with this question a lot. I'm jazzed at the idea of sharing space with Jason Falls (the story of how we met very much relates to this panel!) and Shireen Mitchell (we once had dinner & talked forever about this topic!). If you have a moment, click on over and vote. If you have 5 moments, please post a comment. Apparently the SXSWi gods like comments.

I'm also voting &commenting for others. Here is my list of panels that I've voted (and possibly commented on) for SXSWi:

First is Cinnamon's panel: Self Doubt: Kill It With a Skillet. If you missed her panel this year, it was a smashing success. 

Why these? Some are organized by friends and some I just found interesting, thought provoking and I could see myself highlighting them in my conference packet to attend. Did I miss yours? Your favorite? Leave me a comment and I'll check it out. If I do like it, I'll add it to the list.

Hopefully I'll see ya in Austin.


    Thanks for lining up a good list, I'm always overwhelmed by the panel picker and you're making it easy for me to get in and check out some great ideas.
    Veronica said…
    You're very welcome!

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