Want an Über car?

Want an Über car?

It will cost you.

@akeats

Even this guy showed up.

Even this guy showed up.

Too bad there wasn't a competing Chuck Norris billboard.

@akeats

Welcome to Texas.

Welcome to Texas.

Riding the mechanical bull---standing up.

@akeats

Zero tolerance

Zero tolerance

Testing before riding Mario Karts.

Omar Gallaga

#JesusGames

#JesusGames

Even the sacred had marketing potential.

Omar Gallaga

Virtual becomes reality

Virtual becomes reality

Mario Karts in real life.

Omar Gallaga

Ground zero

Ground zero

Crowds pick up at the Austin Convention Center.

Omar Gallaga

SXSW Accelerator

SXSW Accelerator

I helped to emcee with Mohanjit Jolly at DFJ (right.) Joining us in the picture is Sharat Chander of Oracle.

Angela Shah

Remembering the past

Remembering the past

Recounting SXSW Interactive's History

Chelsea McCullough

SXSW's Late Shift

SXSW's Late Shift

From midnight to 5 a.m., playing "Werewolf."

Aziz Gilani

Dell on Stage

Dell on Stage

Michael Dell attends his first SXSW since founding his company 30 years ago.

Angela Shah

Foodtruck

Foodtruck

IBM uses its Watson computer to create new recipes.

Angela Shah

Sixth Street

Sixth Street

Austin's Sixth Street remains a destination for party-goers.

Angela Shah

#CognitiveCooking

#CognitiveCooking

IBM Watson gets cooking at SXSW.

Angela Shah

Three-wheelin'

Three-wheelin'

Pedicabs were the most efficient way to get around downtown.

Angela Shah

Entrepreneurship 101

Entrepreneurship 101

An artist captures, in pictures, a panel discussion on entrepreneurship.

(Angela Shah)

Panel discussions and parties. “Meatups” and Mario Kart. SXSW Interactive aimed to have a little something for everyone. And considering that more than 30,000 people came to downtown Austin for this year’s festival, the variety is probably a good thing. Here is a very unscientifically collected group of photos crowdsourced from Xconomy readers over the four days of Interactive.

Angela Shah is the editor of Xconomy Texas. She can be reached at ashah@xconomy.com or (214) 793-5763.

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