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Heather Gold puts SXSW Interactive superstars on the hot seat

Maybe you read about Heather Gold in last week's Interactive issue and ever since you've been wondering what she meant by that whole revolutionizing-the-talk-show-idea. Well, then, just maybe this is your lucky day: Heather will be hosting a special broadcast of the The Heather Gold Show – titled "Opting Out" – on Monday, March 10, at Scholz Bier Garten (1607 San Jacinto) at 8pm.

On the proverbial couch are Evan Williams, Nick Douglas, Jane McGonigal, Ben Brown, and Jonathan Coulton. The night is free for badgeholders. Don't have a badge? You can check out her show online here.

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