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Privacy and Publicness: interview with Jeff Jarvis

I met Jeff Jarvis, author of the best seller book “What Would Google Do” at SXSW 2011 in Austin TX, last month. We had a very nice conversation about privacy and publicness, discussing a bit about his next book “Public Parts” that will be published next fall.

You can read the complete transcript on 123people blog. Enjoy!

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Jeff Jarvis, Alexia Tsotsis, Hanni Ross: portraits from SXSW

My SXSW 2011 is just finished and I want to wrap it up with three great portraits I took during my week in Austin TX: Jeff Jarvis, Alexia Tsotsis and Hanni Ross.

Jeff Jarvis

Jeff Jarvis

Jeff’s speech at SXSW was definitely the most interesting one of the many I attended. His vision about privacy and publicness is enlightening and he’s so good at public speaking. It was also a pleasure to get a personal inscription on his book.

Links: Buzz MachineTwitter

Alexia Tsotsis

Alexia Tsotsis

This picture was taken at the end of the Google and Bing Q&A session. This girl was typing on her laptop and I couldn’t resist to take a picture. Only after a brief chat I figured out that she was Alexia. That Alexia!

Alexia is writer at Techcrunch and during the last few days she has demonstrated to have character. Yeah!

Links: Alexia’s blogTwitterTechcrunch

Hanni Ross

Hanni Ross

Hanni is Happiness Engineer at WordPress and she has style. Definitely style! I took this portrait of Hanni while chilling out at WordPress’ booth.

Links: Hanni’s blogtwitter

More portraits

You can find more portraits from SXSW 2011 on my portrait gallery on Flickr. Check it out!

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My march schedule

Just landed

I’m leaving Vienna today, heading to Brussels to attend the “Enterprise Social 2.0” tomorrow and the day after.

On thursday I’m flying to Dallas, then I’ll drive down to Austin to attend the SXSW from the 10th to the 17th of march.

Then I’ll be in Los Angeles for few days and then San Francisco to attend the Web 2.0 Expo from the 28th to the 31st of march.

I’ll be back to Vienna on april the 2nd.

I’ll be always available on email, phone, twitter, Skype. Just consider the time zone, please 🙂

Picture from my Flickr account