Our #HeySTAR chat with Sarah Austin is going to be rescheduled!
Sarah Austin is one of the original Vanity Fair “American Tweethearts” gracing the cover nearly 5 years ago as the new kind of fame: “twilebrity” stardom. She produced the web series Party Crashers, where she crashed tech parties, before being selected to lifecast for the Justin.tv test runs. She later went to produce Pop17, a web series documenting Internet culture. She was also a cast member of the Bravo! reality series, Start-Ups: Silicon Valley.
Join Sarah for an hour long #HeySTAR! Twitterview on Thursday October 15th starting at 6pPT/9pET!
I love this quote from Sarah’s website ,cause it sums her up pretty well, except leaves out how beautiful and kind she is:
“Sarah Austin is one part product manager, one part data scientist, one part marketer, and 100% .”
You can submit questions that you might want us to feature below. This doesn’t mean you still can’t ask questions the night of the Twitterview. These are just featured by our host Jessica Northey (me), and I’ll give you credit like this.
Q @SarahAustin Describe yourself in 140 characters? via @YOU #HeySTAR!
Click here to tweet your questions [email protected]#HeySTAR! #AskSarah or you can always send anything you want us to ask here or you can leave below. Make sure it is 140 character-friendly and you leave your Twitter handle.
The easiest way to participate is right here on our website! Just use this link to help segregate the tweets and show the ones with #CMchat in them: it makes the Twitterview much easier to follow. You’ll be able to see the conversation in real-time, at your own speed (it’s adjustable) and the #CMchat hashtag will automatically appear on your tweets. A lot of people also participate by using Twitter.com, Tweetdeck, &/or Hootsuite.
MORE ABOUT SARAH
Sarah Austin started covering digital issues for Forbes’ San Francisco office in 2010. Her column originally appeared on the front page of Forbes.com as well as on her startup Blog, Pop17.com. Previously, Sarah covered breaking news about the Web’s major players and Internet policy issues and also wrote feature articles on technology for Forbes. She has also hosted online video for the Forbes Video Network She presently hosts and organizes a startup and brand conference, The Bubble Tank, with brands including Pepsi, The Home Depot, General Electric and many other leading players in the Silicon Valley and Madison Avenue industries. Previously, Sarah worked as the West Coast Editor at Gawker. She also stars in a Bravo TV reality series, “Startups: Silicon Valley,” co-produced by Randi Zuckerberg. She is a graduate of Dominican University with a degree in Business Strategy