Last week I had the great pleasure of going on the Transmedia Talk podcast a second time, this time discussing my current favorite topic, the ethics of transmedia. It was a fantastic conversation and gave me a little additional material I used for my talk at DIY Days yesterday -- so if you missed me at DIY Days, no worries! You can get substantially the same information through Transmedia Talk, and you won't have to listen to just me as an added bonus.
I'm afraid I don't have the mental space to give DIY Days the writeup it deserves right now, but so far Guy Gonzalez and Chuck Wendig have written up the day, and I'm sure others will be along with their perspectives soon, too.
And -- to segue into even more shameless self-promotion -- I'm talking about hoaxing and transmedia ethics at SXSW on Sunday, March 13. (At 11am! Room 12AB in the convention center! Add me to your schedule now!) The SXSW talk, though, will be easily twice as long and cover a lot more territory. I'm reserving a lot of time for discussion at the end, too, because I'd love to hear your perspectives (and of course your war stories -- you know you want to share them!)
So if you're at SXSW, I'd love it if you could pop by my talk. If you're at SXSW and you can't hit my session, though, at least flag me down on Twitter so we can meet up elsewhere, OK? There will be a transmedia meetup at the Driskill Hotel bar on Friday at 7pm, and a Transmedia Artists Guild meetup on Sunday, also at 7pm, and also at the Driskill.
Now if I can just make it through this tower of deadlines to get there, I'll be all set!