One of the coolest things about attending the keynotes sessions at SXSW is watching Sunni Brown and Marilyn Martin graphically record the proceedings – quickly, compellingly and more succinctly than many of the journalists or bloggers in the vast session rooms.
They manage to get words, images, portraits and the whole flow of the hour-long conversations.
Click on the image to enlarge this amazing map of yesterday’s conversation between MIT Media Lab’s Henry Jenkins and author Steven Johnson.
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