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Technology, Take Us Away
Are our gadgets and gizmos troubleshooters or troublemakers?
Screens Story  March 5, 2010, by Nora Ankrum
"...As Interactive Festival producer Shawn O'Keefe puts it, Interactive is all about "what's next in the industry." It's where industry players come together to marvel at the latest innovations starting with a lowercased "i" and not only imagine how they'll make our lives better but put into motion the relationships that will lead to the "aha!" moments that will bring us to next year's next big thing. Still, judging by this year's list of panels, I'm not the only one wondering if technology simply causes more problems that it solves. Help! I'm Blogging, and I Can't Get Up!..."

New Technology Provides Instant Restaurant Customer Feedback
Technology finally caught up with local software developer's vision
DAILY Food  February 21, 2014, by Virginia B. Wood
"...That won’t be necessary anymore. These days, Irvine is an equity partner in an Austin-based technology start-up called Humm Systems, that has created a hand-held, customizable customer survey device that provides guests the opportunity to share responses about their dining experience before leaving the restaurant; in effect, talking to the restaurant, rather than venting about it later via social media review sites...."

AISD Working Out Technology Costs and Kinks
Austin ISD goes on computer-buying spree
News Story  July 10, 2009, by Richard Whittaker
"...But the Austin Independent School District is on a major buying spree, and the requirements of modern education mean waiting is not an option. "Technology's going to play an increasingly important part in how we deliver instruction to students," said AISD trustee Robert Schneider...."

Libraries, Technology, and Politics
News Story  October 29, 2015, by Michael King
"...As Texas State Librarian Mark Smith notes, it used to be a pundit commonplace that digital technology and the Internet were rapidly displacing libraries, books, or even reading. The cliche is less common now, but has occasionally surfaced in recent months at City Hall – especially during City Council discussions of Austin Public Library funding..."

Triumph of the Wilcox: SXSW's Director of Technology Prepares for Battle
SXSW's Director of Technology prepares for battle
Screens Story  March 1, 2013, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"..."This year we're planning on using about 12 miles of ethernet cable as we build out the networks to support the event," says Scott Wilcox, SXSW's director of technology, after a swig of beer at the Dog & Duck Pub. This brewski and brief hometown interview is one of Wilcox's last moments of relaxation before the annual media maelstrom begins for those on the inside...."

What Happened to the Big Idea in Music Technology?
Music Story  March 2, 2012, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Austin Chronicle: So what did 'Happen to the Big Idea in Technology'? Is there one? Do we need one? Didn't tech already liberate the industry?..."

Top 10 Technology Stories of 1999
Screens Story  January 7, 2000, by Jon Lebkowsky
"...1. Electronic commerce is a hit! People started buying a lot of their stuff online this year. E-commerce looks more and more like a killer app, though there are obvious kinks in both the technology and the service..."

Touring the Technology Factory
Human Code's Award Winning Multi-Media Mission
Screens Story  December 8, 1995
"...(U.S. News & World Report recently reported that in North America alone, 37 million people have access to the World Wide Web.) Still, there are those who prefer to sit in cafes and read, oh, I dunno -- the Unabomber Manifesto? -- and curse all this high technology..."

Bodyhacking Conference Blends Biology and Technology
Pushing the boundaries of the body at BDYHAX 2018
DAILY Chron Events  January 8, 2018
"...Dr. Sanchez will be discussing his work in neurotechnology, brain science, and systems neurobiology..."

The Speed of Sound: Breaking the Barriers Between Music and Technology: A Memoir
How the one-hit UK synth-pop entrepreneur transcended the Top 40
Music Review  November 3, 2016, by Kahron Spearman
"...His long overdue and incredibly entertaining memoir, The Speed of Sound: Breaking the Barriers Between Music and Technology, puts the synth-pop innovator front and center as a Quixotic figure in a whirlwind of chance, great talent, and impeccable timing – even when mainstream ubiquity went bye-bye. Dolby's storytelling highlights the music-driven first half of the book, particularly his comical dealings with Michael Jackson, which always ended up sideways..."

The Speed of Technology
SXSW 2000 Interactive Festival
Screens Story  March 24, 2000, by David Garza
"...As other industries struggle to make a smooth crossover to Internet commerce, adult entertainment and pornography sites such as Ashe's seem to have been raking in the cash and serving as technology vanguards from the start. Who better, then, than a media maverick like Ashe to address the budding e-commerce entrepreneurs, mainstream or not, at SXSW's Interactive Conference?..."

The Speed of Technology
SXSW 2000 Interactive Festival
Screens Story  March 24, 2000, by Ron Deutsch
"...Janelle Brown has been writing about Internet culture, entertainment, and technology for over five years -- first for HotWired and now, for Salon magazine. She was at SXSW both covering the conference for the magazine and as a panelist on two seminars -- "What the Film World Can Learn from the Music and New Media Revolution" and "Killer Applications for Broadband." The second seminar is especially appropriate, since Janelle has recently been promoted to director of broadband programming for Salon...."

Texas Book Festival 2017: Soonish:
A Funny Future of Technology

Guess what? It would be so easy for robots to wipe us out
DAILY Arts  November 5, 2017, by David McWilliams
"...“It costs $10 to send an apple seed into space,” said Weinersmith, introducing his first topic. He outlined several ways to make access to space cheaper, from reusable rockets (a technology that has been partially realized since the book was published) to the space elevator, an incredibly long cable that would stretch from the Earth’s surface to an asteroid anchored far beyond geostationary Earth orbit..."

SXSW Panels: Food and Technology
More highlights from the 2017 food track
DAILY Food  March 13, 2017, by Emily Beyda
"...We all know how delicious kimchi, balsamic vinegar, or a nice cheese can be, but fermentation is also a good way to introduce more good microbes into your body. According to Garg, "Fermentation is the longest-standing form of biotechnology..."

The Luv Doc: The Insincere Rectangle of Technology
Austin still has plenty of people who can actually read a map, write a letter, or hold a conversation
Columns  January 16, 2015, by The Luv Doc
"...Howdy Doc! I'm single and almost ready to mingle, but there is one problem ... everyone seems to have their face buried in some alternate and insincere rectangle of technology..."

Ted Versus Technology
Cruz visits Capital Factory and plays prop comic
DAILY News  November 19, 2014, by Richard Whittaker
"..."Capital Factory is a non-partisan group," he said. "We don't endorse any particular candidates or initiatives, but we do see a great role for us being able to connect elected officials with startup technology."..."

La Barbecue Turns Up the Heat With Secret Pit Technology
Is this special new smoker a brisket game-changer?
DAILY Food  April 26, 2013, by Kenny Pailes
"...More Critical to BBQ Pit Design: Cloaking Technology or Light-speed Warp Drives?..."

Instruments of Science & Technology
Richard Swift teaches the kids how it's done
DAILY Music  January 24, 2008, by Darcie Stevens
"...Swift’s voice warbles, and he sings through his nose, but he’s one thing that so many aren’t: honest. He wears so many shoes that it’s no surprise the prolific songwriter had to release a collection of Krautrock instrumentals under a different name, Instruments of Science & Technology, Secretly Canadian’s newest addition..."

The Speed of Technology
SXSW 2000 Interactive Festival
Screens Story  March 24, 2000, by Roger Gathman
"...Brand's address wasn't directly about the Internet at all. In keeping with his latest book, The Clock of the Long Now, it was about the speed of technology..."

The Speed of Technology
SXSW 2000 Interactive Festival
Screens Story  March 24, 2000, by Erica C. Barnett
"...It isn't, as two of the four experts on Monday's "Killing the Messenger" panel pointed out, as if blaming America's problems on boys and their toys is something new; that trend goes back at least as far as Dungeons and Dragons, the fantasy game that early-Eighties-era adults claimed would "destroy our ability to see the distinction between fantasy and reality," according to APD Detective Cliff Blanchard, who now investigates crimes online. What's different this time, according to Clive Thompson, editor and video game columnist for digi-cult magazine Shift, is that the people blaming new media for society's ills often have "legitimate concerns" about technology that aren't being addressed by the online world..."

New Technology, Old Bad Habits
How will students deal with the dorm of the future, and how will they afford it?
DAILY News  February 1, 2007, by Richard Whittaker

MIT Professor Berzin's New Coal-Related Technology
Postmarks  July 5, 2006

Has Firefighting Technology Evolved Enough?
Postmarks  October 26, 2005

Elections Should Catch Up With Technology
Postmarks  July 19, 2004

The Speed of Technology
SXSW Interactive
Screens Story  March 24, 2000

The Speed of Technology
SXSW 2000 Interactive Festival
Screens Story  March 24, 2000, by Marcel Meyer

The Speed of Technology
SXSW 2000 Interactive Festival
Screens Story  March 24, 2000

The Speed of Technology
SXSW 2000 Interactive Festival
Screens Story  March 24, 2000, by Stuart Wade

Top 10 Technology of the Decade
Screens Story  January 7, 2000, by Jon Lebkowsky

The Future of Food Is Now
From drones to cricket flour to apps designed to make food deserts extinct, social justice is at the intersection of food and technology
Screens Story  February 28, 2014, by Melanie Haupt
"...Dev Shrestha, associate professor of agriculture at the University of Idaho, is to incorporate robotics into the work of farming. Shrestha, along with a panel of agriculture journalists and digital technology experts, will pose the question "Can Robots Feed the World?" in their panel..."

Project Diaspora co-founder and SXSW speaker talks African tech
DAILY SXSW  March 13, 2010, by Richard Whittaker
"...Social entrepreneur and Project Diaspora co-founder TMS Ruge is a SXSW Interactive veteran. He'll be back on Sunday to bust some misconceptions about technology in developing nations during his talk Africa 3.0: A Look at the Future of a Connected Africa...."

Tilling the Soil of Tomorrow
How one design firm is tackling technology gaps to build the farm of the future
Screens Story  March 10, 2016, by Nora Ankrum
"...By contrast, the Frog team's arrival at a modest farm in Ghana – described by Wittmann as "one guy, one field" – must have felt like a very back-to-the-Earth moment. But the trip wouldn't be about man communing with nature; it was about man communing with technology...."

Going Places
By merging technology and old-school community-building, Heyride just may revolutionize how you get from here to there
Screens Story  November 23, 2012, by Dan Solomon
"...Every few months, a media theorist explains that technology is making us lonely, less human, and more alienated. Think Stephen Marche's cover story for The Atlantic earlier this year, "Is Facebook Making Us Lonely?," or TED speaker Sherry Turkle's book Alone Together: Why We Expect More From Technology and Less From Each Other..."

From Tweeting to Eating
How food and technology are changing Austin
Food Story  March 12, 2015, by Rachel Feit
"...Ask anyone in the high-tech industry about what they like to do for entertainment and a common response is "Eat." Tech industry people are legendary foodies. Maybe it has something to do with all the comestible perks technology companies offer their employees..."

Men, Women & Children
We might be able to connect as human beings if we could just disconnect from from our wired lives, says this movie about our modern world.
Film Review  October 17, 2014, by Kimberley Jones
"...At shopping-mall food courts and Friday night football, the title’s interlocking men, women, and children try to connect, but can’t disconnect, or something. A hysterical hand-wringer about the stunting effects of technology, dressed up as a dispenser of unvarnished truths, Men, Women & Children takes good actors and gives them little to do but play out case studies of various scenarios inspired by this, our Internet age. Middle-aged couple with intimacy issues seeks alternate sexual partners online..."

Invaluable Information
Technology, privacy, hacking, and legislating in the new Digital Age
Screens Story  March 8, 2013, by Jon Lebkowsky
"..."Our lives are complex enough," we think. "Hide the infrastructure, and spare us the details." With technology, we're like the blind men and the elephant: We know only what we experience, and we don't try to learn more about it..."

The New Evolution
Is technology providing the ladder to the next stage of human consciousness?
Screens Story  March 4, 2011, by Josh Rosenblatt
"...If you happen to be roaming the halls of the Austin Convention Center during South by Southwest, you'll be forgiven for wondering if all the constant exposure to technology on display doesn't indicate some kind of serious pathology. If needing to be engaged with a Blackberry or an iPhone or an iPad or an iPod or a Kindle or a laptop or a MP3 player or a digital camera (or all seven) at all times isn't just as unhealthy as needing a cigarette, a beer, a needle, or an orgasm (or all four)..."

A Work in Progress
How technology is shaping the way we tell stories
Screens Story  March 5, 2010, by Belinda Acosta
"...Because Benjamin's concerns, occurring during a time of great flux, bear some resemblance to the concern and turbulence of the current media climate, his thoughts on story are provocative and perhaps a useful springboard to think about the present. Is story really "inalienable" and essential to our humanness? Is story necessary? Technology surely shapes the way we tell our stories and receive stories..."

SXSW Taps ConsenSys Founder Joseph Lubin for 2019 Keynote
Blockchain & Cryptocurrency track programming comes into focus
DAILY SXSW  October 9, 2018, by Bonny Chu
"...SXSW is advancing fast, and not just according to the calendar. The programming for the annual March gathering is a reliable indicator of what’s next in tech; given today’s announcement’s heavy emphasis on its Blockchain & Cryptocurrency track, you have to wonder, is 2019 the year blockchain technology breaks big with the masses?..."

Documentary Uses Virtual Reality to Explore East Austin Gentrification
Technology and social justice come together in Latinitas' film
Screens Story  May 24, 2018, by Mae Hamilton
"...Putting on the virtual reality headgear, the documentary immerses viewers directly into the cultural hot spots of East Austin, like a family-owned restaurant and a piñata store. However, just as the project exposes the viewer to East Austin life, it also gave the girls experience with cutting-edge technology..."

Cracking the Nightmare Code
Director Mark Netter on his new techno-horror
DAILY Screens  September 16, 2015, by Richard Whittaker
"...The great science-fiction author Arthur C. Clarke once wrote, "Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic." For Mark Netter, director of new techno-terror Nightmare Code, we're in an age of technological sorcery..."

How Napster Changed the World and Lost Everything
Alex Winter brings 'Downloaded' to Alamo Slaughter Lane tonight
DAILY Screens  July 1, 2013, by Richard Whittaker
"...Without Napster, there would have been no iTunes, no Spotify, no Facebook. That's the heart of Downloaded, Alex Winter's film about the cultural rise and commercial crash of the landmark disruptive technology..."

Bringing Body Cameras Into Focus
Public Safety Committee considers new technology
DAILY News  September 29, 2015, by Chase Hoffberger
"...The prospect of body cameras for Austin Police Department officers now imminent, attention turns toward how to implement their installation. On Monday, City Council’s Public Safety Committee met to parse out the range of interests policymakers must consider when sorting out what exactly it will mean for APD officers to absorb the technology...."

We Were Promised Jet Packs (and a Whole Lot More)
When will technology catch up to the movies?
Screens Story  March 6, 2009, by Josh Duty
"...Those who watched CNN's election-night coverage might have noticed something similar: news anchors joining the broadcast "via hologram," complete with bluish haze. Bloggers were quick to point out that these weren't true holograms but rather a camera trick utilizing hologram technology..."

Up-and-comer Shia LaBeouf is a young actor to watch, but he’s had better opportunities than this teen thriller to show what he’s capable of.
Film Review  April 13, 2007, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Landon and Carl Ellsworth), which requires little more of him than to walk a steady line between creepy and respectable. The one notable aspect of the story is the modern integration of desktop technology to unravel its tale..."

We've Come a Long Way, Baby
The year's best in technology, gaming, and Web sites
Screens Story  January 7, 2000, by Sarah Hepola
"...By 1999, long gone were the days when the Internet was a land ruled by porn sites, populated by pictures of people's kitties -- big bucks were poured into Internet companies, resulting in a glut of media ads, a race to invest, and plenty of start-ups flush with virtual money. Meanwhile, faster technology sped up Internet access..."

Do Cyborgs Dream of Uninterrupted Sleep?
Wearables, fashion, and the reality of the feminist cyborg
Screens Story  March 12, 2015, by Melanie Haupt
"...condensed image[s] of both imagination and material reality." For Haraway, the cyborg is a useful metaphorical construct for thinking of feminism in terms beyond the usual "antagonistic dualisms" of Western taxonomies of identification (in other words, the way we determine that people are "other" from us). That said, we live in a moment in which wearables and other forms of technology in their various iterations make it possible to move from the cyborg as metaphor to reality, one that is particularly immediate for women..."

AISD Bonds: Half Pass, Half Fail
Two propositions pass, but voters reject two more
DAILY News  May 12, 2013, by Richard Whittaker
"...Austin ISD is reeling tonight, as two of its four bond proposals were defeated at the ballot box. Voters backed two measures, totaling $490 million for urgent renovations and technology upgrades, but rejected two more..."

To Serve Man
Briggo: an Austin company at the crossroads of taste, technology, and social interaction
Food Story  January 20, 2012, by MM Pack
"...Studor, the company's chief technology officer, comes from a 30-year background in the semiconductor industry. His inspiration for the integrated system evolved from converging ideas and interests..."

SXSW Interactive Goes International
Festival adds technology summit, keynotes
DAILY SXSW  November 30, 2010, by Richard Whittaker
"...The first bands were announced: Interactive confirmed The Guild co-creator Felicia Day and 4chan founder Christopher "moot" Poole as keynote speakers and added SXSWedu. Now, with the late film submission deadline in two days, SXSW has announced a two-day Technology Summit...."

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