Here is a summary of this keynote session at SxSW. SxSW is over and it was an amazing event. Really outstanding results from the PhizzPop design challenge yesterday night. Will blog more about this soon but now let’s switch gears to MIX09… the clock is ticking… what is going to be announced? Follow this blog and me via twitter to get updates and get more info about all the new and amazing features that are about to be announced for our platform and tools at MIX09. You can’t miss it!
#sxswi end of keynote. Amazing session, fun… And “almost free”…
#sxswi Guy Kawasaki now charging for questions here at the keynote! Hilarious. Monetizing the “free”.
#sxswi question “why does YouTube doesn’t charge for premium contetnt? I’d be willing to pay”.CA “u get premium content at hulu.com and free
#sxswi CA re: economical crisis “how does crisis change free?” people are not as “dis-empowered” this time…
#sxswi GK “people fear losing something they have or fear of not getting something they want?” CA “FREE doesn’t frustrate,no fear,no scary”
#sxswi GK “free is free. One penny is not free”… How come “1 penny” cost be perceived so different from totally free, 0 pennies.
#sxswi this business models apply to “online” digital services… How would this work with analogous business? Like Starbucks?”
#sxswi Kawasaki “why not give your book for free to ur Tweeter followers?”… Good idea to provide value to ur “fans”
#sxswi CA”writers/publish companies might have a similar relation and future to what is happening on the music industryrecord label/artist”
#sxswi CA re: what is harder, to achieve popularity or to monetize popularity “harder to monetize, tweeter facebook…help becoming popular”
#sxswi CA re: future for Wired “paper magazine still with long life. Online mag is instantaneous info. Both formats good”
#sxswi Chris Anderson (Wired) re: how can Tweeter make money? “free to consumers but charge companies who are making money out of Tweeter”
#sxswi is definitely not a “design” event but a ’start ups’ event. Lots of inspiring ideas to help u think out of the box