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Hamlet's Blackberry

A session at SXSW Interactive 2011

Tuesday 15th March, 2011

12:30pm to 1:30pm (CST)

The ground is shifting in digital culture – and the paradigm, too – as we realize staring into screens 24/7 is a lousy idea. It’s time to quiet our minds, focus, go deep. But how? Luckily, human beings have been here before, and we can learn from the past. Surprising digital life-lessons from Plato, Shakespeare, Ben Franklin and Thoreau.

LEVEL: Intermediate

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William Powers

New York Times bestselling author of Hamlet’s BlackBerry, about keeping it human in a digital world. bio from Twitter

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  • brenton
  • DJ Davis
  • William Powers
  • Reinier Ladan

6 trackers

  • Hundert Grad
  • Johannes Kleske
  • kathybabb
  • Tara
  • Alex Watson
  • Tyson Evans

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When

Time 12:30pm1:30pm CST

Date Tue 15th March 2011

Where

Room 9ABC, Austin Convention Center

Session type

Solo

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