Loved the built talks. Morgan great job. Better than TED! #nextstage –
Great #built ignite-like session today, good work @bikehugger. @trentwalton on food, @brownthings on photos, @rainypixels on happiness – Gregory Heller
Best thing I’ve seen here – anon attendee who said that 3 times.
We work hard to bring a good show and keep Austin weird. Joshua Allen’s peptide performance was enough weird for one show, but this version included the DJs of the Sun keeping the speakers on time with two turntables.
Horny female mice slide from Joshua Allen’s Peptides and You talk.
A curious child crawling over the stage while his off-the-grid, digital-nomad dad showed us his bus, photo considerations, and a giant Land sign.
Yes! slide from Matt Brown’s Rotting bits talk.
Dog philosophy too.
Yoshi the Fucktard slide from Nishant’s Happiness is a Warm Snout talk.
Exhausted after two Mobile Socials, a talk about making stuff, meeting Judd Apatow, and this show, I took a nap. Refreshed and back out to a reception for Zeldman, I rode by this horse with a blinky.
“Yup,” I thought. That’s Austin. Of all the places I ride, the only one with horses in the bike lane and the blinky is required by law.
See you in 13 and our next show is at NXNEi in Toronto.
The Sawajmadi Party is a regional political party in India. Formed in 1992 as a democratic socialist party and currently led by Mulayam Singh Yadav, the party has had a recent resurgence, taking a landslide victory in this year’s parliamentary elections in Uttar Pradesh, the largest state in India. The party flag features a bicycle, symbolizing the party’s connection to the average citizen, and the lead-up campaign featured a 3-day cycle rally led by Mulayam, a former Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh. With a majority control again in the regional parliament, Mulayam’s son Akilesh Yadav becomes the youngest Chief Minister in Uttar Pradesh’s history.
The band Pavement. This is song is off the Brighten The Corners album. Note the Bike Friday at :49 and 1:27.