SXSW: It's a wrap

And I'll never be able to show my face in Austin again.

MeCourtesy of Richard Rutter

I'm sooo, sooo sorry!

I'll never be able to show my face in Austin again, and I'd like to take this opportunity to apologise publically to...

All that's left to say is an enormous thank-you to everyone who made me and the rest of the Brit Pack sooooo welcome in Texas.


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  1. #1 On March 18, 2005 12:24 AM Jason Santa Maria said:

    Come back anytime. I will wear a cup :D

    (that's a hunk of plastic that protects your nadgers since they probably call it something weird over there)

  2. #2 On March 18, 2005 01:26 AM Shaun Inman said:

    No apology to me for asking if I felt pigeon-holed by my work on the Firefox logo? Thanks, thanks a lot.

  3. #3 On March 18, 2005 01:38 AM Andrew said:

    Don't you hate messing up design firms' names. Nuebix is a bitch of a name to remember (as is just watch the sky). I probably won't forget it now that they've launched the big noob

  4. #4 On March 18, 2005 01:38 AM Andrew said:

    sorry, it's http://thebignoob.com

  5. #5 On March 18, 2005 04:01 AM Derek Featherstone said:

    Andy, it was great to have (finally) met you. I never would have taken you for a nadger-kneer, but -- you learn something new everyday!!

    :)

  6. #6 On March 18, 2005 04:13 AM Dan Cederholm said:

    I'll take getting asked about Wired over getting "kneed in the nadgers" any day :-)

    Really great meeting you, Andy.

  7. #7 On March 18, 2005 04:29 AM Steve said:

    Wonderful meeting you Andy, though I do wish we'd run into each other again after the Buffalo Billiards thing. Ah well, there's always next year.

    Speaking of nadgers and Derek, and as long as we're saying we're sorry, I'd like to apologise to anyone who may have been in range of my refusal to use the indoor rest rooms after a certain point at the closing party. It was at Derek's suggestion, so his fault, really. :)

  8. #8 On March 18, 2005 04:51 AM Kevin Tamura said:

    Oh man, what did I miss?

  9. #9 On March 18, 2005 05:30 AM Craig C. said:

    And to Mr. Malarkey I'd like to apologize (with a zed) for any inadvertant retinal damage, and for missing the opportunity for a proper goodbye.

  10. #10 On March 18, 2005 08:52 AM Phil Sherry said:

    Christ, Austin should think itself lucky I wasn't there, if that's the kinds of things you got up to!

  11. #11 On March 18, 2005 02:38 PM Jason Beaird said:

    I find myself reading all these SXSW entries and kicking myself in the nadgers for not being there. I'll be sure to make over to Austin in 2006.

  12. #12 On March 18, 2005 03:00 PM Ryan said:

    Rest your nadgers on that long drive back, Derek.

  13. #13 On March 18, 2005 06:18 PM Brent O'Connor said:

    Andy,

    It was really nice meeting you and it was especially nice talking about the idea of whether web design had influences from different cultures or if we are now part of one collective web culture. I had no idea you were so deep! :)

    Also, I must say you Brits ROCK!

  14. #14 On March 19, 2005 02:02 AM sergio said:

    I actually asked Tantek if he was going to be involved in any way in the IE 7 development, to which he stared back at me and with a very straight face answered:

    "I'm not with Microsoft anymore, you know?"

    It was great meeting you Andy. Hope to see you again next year.

  15. #15 On March 20, 2005 08:53 PM Simon Holledge said:

    Great design, by the way your blog is on Tim Worstall's Britblog Roundup Number 5:

    http://timworstall.typepad.com/timworstall/2005/03/britblog_roundu_4.html

  16. #16 On March 21, 2005 09:02 AM Ian Lloyd said:

    And I thought you were so well behaved, Andy. I must have missed all you little 'moments'. See you at the next 'geekend' then? Wherever that may be ...

  17. #17 On March 21, 2005 03:06 PM Eris said:

    Andy Clark! :)