YMDT Film Competition Winners Attending SXSW

March 16, 2009 at 2:08 pm 2 comments

sxsw-cartoonThe two Young Minds Digital Times Film Competition Grand Prize Winners arrived at South by Southwest (SXSW) last Friday.  As part of their Grand Prize they received badges to the SXSW Film Conference & Festival and attended specific sessions of the SXSW Interactive Festival. (Look for more about their experiences at SXSW later this week!)  A big thanks to the SXSW team for helping us make this happen!  

We were also glad to help out our yPulse friend Anastasia Goodstein with her Saturday panel What Tweens & Teens Want in a Web Site/Application by connecting her with Austin youth to join the conversation.  (Updated 3:25pm EST: Anastasia’s recap now up on yPulse.)

Amy Looper and Beth Carls got to catch up with many of our friends in social media, and as SXSWi veterans, we all found Rob Cottingham’s above cartoon hilarious!  

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