In a few short hours I and much of the rest of the internet will be descending on Austin, TX for SXSW Interactive. If you’re among the folks who’ll be attending, I hope you’ll consider coming by one or more of the panels and events we’ll be doing:
- Drew will be talking about corporate (and other) identifiers
- I’ll be on a panel with Sarah Cohen and Vivek Kundra, where we’ll discuss the successes and shortfalls of Gov 2.0
- And Ellen will be helping to judge SXSW Accelerator
But even if you can’t make it to the panels, we hope you’ll say hello — just drop either Drew or me an email (tlee/dvogel (at) sunlightfoundation.com) or tweet at the @sunlightlabs account.
For those of you headed to California instead of Texas, note than an even bigger contingent of labs staffers is currently winging its way toward PyCon. They’ll be leading our now-traditional open government code sprint, looking for folks who want to contribute to Open States and/or a new, super-secret (well, not really) community project.
Merry conference-going to all — we’re looking forward to seeing some old friends, and to making some new ones.