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Geek in the Heart of Texas: AllThingsD at SXSW 2012

Round-trip flights from San Francisco to Austin on Southwest Airlines this week currently cost $838.

And hotel rooms — if you can find them — are also pricier than ever.

While that’s not even slightly scientific, it looks like 2012’s SXSW Interactive might be pretty busy this year.

And AllThingsD staff will be there, including Walt Mossberg and Katherine Boehret.

So, in case you’re attending the Texas event for the content and not just the free drinks, there are a lot of official sessions where our staffers will be appearing.

We’ll also be having a couple small social events and making some exciting announcements, too. Best of all, we might even have a fresh shipment of ATD temporary tattoos.

Here is a rundown, although you can also find us hanging by a taco truck at 2 am:

Ina Fried:
Friday, March 9, 2 pm
“Wireless Wellness: App-tastic or Just Fun & Games?”
Austin Convention Center
Ballroom D

Liz Gannes:
Friday, March 9, 3:30 pm
“Serendipity (n.): A Happy Discovery By Accident (StumbleUpon interview)”
Sheraton Austin
Capitol EFGH

Kara Swisher:
Sunday, March 11, 5 pm
“Network Effect: Building a Business Around Sharing (Dropbox interview)”
Austin Convention Center
Ballroom D

Monday, March 12, 11 am
“Anything You Can Do, I Can Do Backwards in Heels”
Hilton Austin Downtown
Salon C

Lauren Goode
Tuesday, March 13, 5 pm
“From Leather to Smartphone: The Wallet Evolves”
Hilton Garden Inn
Rio Grande


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