Richard Linklater and Matthew McConaughey talk about how they created one of the most distinctive characters in Texas film history.
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Dallas native Larry Groce, host of NPR’s Mountain Stage will be returning to his hometown for the first time in 25 years to perform with The Carpenter Ants at the AllGood Café in Deep Ellum this Friday, March 16.
Monday night at a party for Interactive badge holders, the worlds of DJing and video collided with spectacular results.
Trying to tell complex, visual stories on the Internet has traditionally been a costly process requiring specialized technical skills. Now, a new non-profit endeavor is hoping to make multimedia storytelling easy and available to all.
Not in Austin? No worries – tonight Jay Z comes to you via the Web.
As we add more devices and gadgets into our everyday lives, the quality of user experience continues to grow ever more important. And yet it’s so easy for designers to screw it up.
The show’s executive producer discusses how the staff is able to dredge up all of those clips of politicians contradicting themselves.
Shut Up and Play the Hits digs into James Murphy’s decision to go out on top and serves up plenty of dance beats along the way,
Where do artists draw the line between creation and theft? Does there really need to be a line at all?
In 2007 at Austin’s South by Southwest Interactive confab, the breakout piece of technology was going to be something called Twitter. Two years later, it was Foursquare. As this year’s confab starts and while some of the KERA/Art & Seek crew is getting registered in Austin, we look at what’s buzzing.