To kick off today’s show, we hear about a couple of projects. Shane Asselstine is here to tell us about the upcoming international Hour of Code and then Brendan Brennan will tell us about a disruptive vision for education called the Moonshot Incubator. Then, after the break, we talk to Robbie Melton from HTDC and Cindy Goldstein from Ag Matters about the intersection of tech and agriculture.
To kick off today’s show, we hear about a couple of upcoming events. Rod Hinman provides us with an update on the Kona Science Cafe. Then we’re joined by Jim Muller from AFCEA Hawaii (Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association) to tell us about TechNet 2016. Then, after the break, we talk to David Uy from Virtual Fantasy League and Luky Guigui from Draft Fantasy Football, two companies in the latest Blue Startup Cohort 8, about online Fantasy Football and league gameplay.
To kick off today’s show, we hear about a couple of upcoming events. Darcie Scharfenstein provides us with an update on the Entrepreneurs Foundation fundraiser (Discount code: EFHPartner). Then we have Kenneth Huang here to tell us about the next Startup Weekend in Honolulu. Then, after the break, we find out about an interesting project to bring together tech and Hawaiian culture called Purple Prize. To find out more we talk to Dale Nahoʻolewa from IoT for Wetlands, Nicole Hori from Garden Hui and juror/judge Keola Rapozo.
To kick off today’s show, we first hear from President/GM of Hawaii Public Radio, Jose Fajardo about the activation of KAHU 91.3FM serving the greater East Hawaii Island area with HPR-2 programming. Then we learn about a couple of tech activities. Leanna Agcaoili from Fern Elementary is here to tell us about crowdfunding for her STEM programs. Then Chalmer Lowe from PyHawaii here to tell us about the upcoming Jupyter Day 2016. After the break, we’re joined by Damon Fairchild from Expedia Media Solutions and Todd Robertson from Hyperspective to talk about technology innovations for the tourism industry.
To kick off today’s show, we hear about a few upcoming events. Mike King from Ikayzo is here to tell us about a new group called Full Stack. Then Art Kimura joins us by phone to tell us about the upcoming Pan Pacific VEX tournament. Finally, State Librarian Stacey Aldrich is here to tell us about the new Public Library website set to soft launch on Thursday Oct. 6, 2016. Then, after the break, we’re joined by Gwen Jacobs and David Garmire to talk about Hawaii EPSCoR, the recent National Science Foundation award to UH to study Hawaii’s freshwater aquifer.