What’s Inside SxSW Interactive?

March 17th, 2008 |
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In this video podcast, we travel to Austin, Texas and the SxSW Interactive festival, to focus on what’s inside people’s computers, and just how much they’re relying on those computers for work, communication and – all-important at the SxSW Festival — creativity.

Intel’s Bryan Rhoads took the opportunity to blog from the conference using a MID. He used the mobile Internet device to bring his blog readers along with him to breakfast, and to snap a picture of two of Intel’s tiniest products – the Atom processor and the silicon core of an Intel Core 2 Duo.

We showed those tiny products to attendees at SxSWi, and found out how some creative folks are interacting with their computers (and what’s inside).

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