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Help Lomography get to Austin for SxSW!

Every March, some of the best and brightest in tech, film and music gather in Austin, Texas for the South by South West Conference. This year, we're asking for your help with spreading the Lomography love, by voting for our submitted panels!

Help us spread the analog word with a simple vote!

We’ve proposed three talks and would like your “thumbs up!” to help make South by South West just a bit more analog! All three of the panels or talks that Lomography submitted are all about analog and how Lomography is something special. Voting for topics you like and believe in through Panel Picker counts for 30% of the total “grade” on each talk, so every single Lomographer vote counts!

We’d love your support in spreading the analog love to a big audience and it is very simple to do:

Step one: Just sign up to vote for the panel picker here
Step Two: Click on these links below and give us a thumbs up to vote!

Being Analog in a Digital World
Creating an Ecosystem Bridging Online and Offline
Being Considered Obsolete is Awesome

Thank you from the bottom of our Lomographic Hearts!

written by alexandrak

4 comments

  1. megzeazez

    megzeazez

    Awesome! Lomo + SXSW = Awesome!
    Progressively, over the years SXSW has, for me (as a resident), gone from amazing to fun to a pain in the neck - maybe a lomo panel will rejuvenate my love for spring break sxsw shenanigans once more. I want to be as excited for this upcoming sxsw as I was for my very first one!!

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  2. lomo-camkage

    lomo-camkage

    I am ready to host the panelists and hear about these topics. Let's make these panels fun, again!

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  3. lynxalb00

    lynxalb00

    VOTED AND PLANNING TO SPREAD THE WORD!!! SUCH A GREAT PANEL IDEA!!!

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  4. alexandrak

    alexandrak

    thank you! we're really excited about it!

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