02.09.2007 - SXSWi 2007 Panel
If the line-up seems familiar, its because its everyone from How to Convince Your Company to Embrace Web Standards from last year, minus Kimberly since she doesn't work at AOL anymore, and is essentially a follow up to that panel. Namely, once you've gotten your company on-board with web standards, what's next?
Openness and standards go hand in hand, so we'll be talking about AOL's "2.0pen" initiative and the things that we've done to make that possible with our involvement in the new public APIs AOL has released, our involvement with contributing to things like Dojo, our authorship of microformats like ModuleT, the public APIs from other companies that we're taking advantage of, and all the other myriad cool things you wouldn't expect from AOL.
It promises to be a very cool panel, and I'm pretty excited about it. Better still, its scheduled to be a 5pm panel early in the conference, which means no getting up at the ass-crack of dawn with a hangover on the last day to attend like last year. I still shudder when I think about that brutally cold, barely sober walk from the hotel to the convention center at 8am. Awful, that.
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@Kevin: I make no promises!
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