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Last Day for SXSW Interactive (But We’re Around All Week!)

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Even though the interactive sessions are finishing up tonight, we’ll be continuing the SXSW trade show fun until Thursday (3/15) at booth #722.

Hey, we’ve never been the kind of people who leave a party early.

Just check out these great shots at our photo booth and our SXSW Twitter list, and you’ll see exactly why we’re sticking around.

If you’re in Austin, be sure to get your picture snapped, pick up a yo-yo and t-shirt, and get some keen insight on what’s happening in the interactive job market from the people who work in it every day (um, that’d be us).

And don’t forget, tonight’s the night our friend Jeffrey Zeldman will be inducted into the SXSW Interactive Hall of Fame at tonight’s SXSW Interactive Awards!

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