We came, we saw…

…we got SouthBy’ed.

SXSW was everything we’d hoped it would be and this episode we recap our highlights and misadventures.

Show notes:

– TED Talks:

– Amos watched Helder Guimarães: A magical search for a coincidence

– Kent watched Thomas Suarez: A 12-year-old app developer

Bradley-Morris, Inc. provides job placement for military veterans

– If you are retiring, separating, or just looking to see what’s out there, contact Gerald McCloud: gmccloud@bradley-morris.com

– SXSW was awesome, once Kent figured out his travel arrangements

– We both loved the Uber service and thoroughly enjoyed our Airbnb stay

– Also, Darwin’s Pub has amazing food!

– Kent was thrilled by several presentations

– Hackaday: build something that matters and they will send you to space

– Strap: software and analytics platform that unleashes the potential of wearables for developers, enterprises, and brands

– Non-Fictional Games: first game called “Mentem” where you play the role of a psychiatrist that gets inside the mind of a schizophrenic person for PC, Xbox One & PS4

– Mulaka: A 3D adventure inspired by the Rarámuri culture

– Amos really just liked the game innovations

Starlight Tactics: a turn-based, three dimensional space combat simulator

Star Citizen: MMORPG meets Second-Life in space

Lurking: first-person adventure using echo location as your primary means of navigation

Tom Merritt kicks ass

– In other news, it looks like Nintendo is going to develop games for smart devices

– And it just became a little easier to be a gay Christian

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