(Photo by Sloane Brown for the Baltimore Sun)
Technical.ly’s #notatSXSW party brought technologists, designers and even some media types out to Barcocina in Fells Point on March 18. The Baltimore Sun’s highly-regarded events photographer, Sloane Brown, also stopped by.
Conveniently timed after SXSW Interactive had wrapped up, some SXSW attendees like Margaret Roth of Yet Analytics and EdTechWomen and Paris Pittman of AOL showed up. As a result, we were able to confirm that it’s possible to do both SXSW and #notatSXSW. Quandary solved.
Shervonne Cherry also gave us a taste of the SXSW buzz by Meerkating the proceedings. (Is that a verb yet/still?)
— Shervonne Cherry (@NoOrdnryCherry) March 19, 2015
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