Ok getting it a bit better now. Randomness is part the deal.
Yesterday's personal highlights were:
Robert Fabricant of Frog Design talking about his notion of Augmented Mindfulness as a tool for engineering better behaviours in healthcare. Resonated with what we understand is happening in healthcare UX (and interoperability).
The keynote from Danah Boyd of Microsoft Research on the changing interpretation of privacy and publicity was, of course, great. Thought provoking.
Surprise package was the BBC's Digital Planet session, I was expecting a worthy panel discussion but got to participate in a News Quiz for Geeks recording. It'll be edited and posted to the Digital Planet site. Hope it's still good listening, even after the added bonus swearing is edited out. Shame this session was a distance from the main conference, I'm sure it'd pull a bigger crowd without the hike.
Annoyed I missed the Data is Money session - but you can't get to everything.
Which begs the question, how much of SXSW is put online after the event? I suspect most of the audience is very used to this with tech conferences but I haven't seen any reference or links yet. Maybe I need to look a bit harder.