A good slideshow of Kim Kardashian still wins 9 times out of 10 frustrating “real” journalists and publishers, but why not take this stuff seriously and learn what we can from it?
Read more: SXSW Interactive 2015 coverage
The panel – Kyle Monson, Mikala Bierma and Todd Sawicki did the same at the SXSW Interactive 2015 during their panel discussion – “We Are What We Click: The Dark Side Of Sideboobs”. The event was already packed, may be the title did the trick.
— StuffJournalistsLike (@JournalistsLike) March 14, 2015
Insights from Kyle Monson, Founding Partner & Chief Creative, Knock Twice LLC
Content is a horrible word. We should be creating an experience; something beautiful on the internet.- monson #darkside
— JSB Morse (@jsbmorse) March 14, 2015
Insights from Mikala Bierma, Assoc Creative Dir, BuzzFeed
— Carolina V. Valencia (@cvvalencia) March 14, 2015
Insights from Todd Sawicki, CEO Zemanta
#darkside Sawicki: “Content is created to create a relationship between a brand and consumer.” Now that is depressing and dark. maybe true.
— Dan LaSota (@DanLaSota) March 14, 2015
Happy crowd, Kyle Monson wins for his moderation
— Jo Lammert (@JoLammert) March 14, 2015
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