First we’ll look at the latest tech news and happenings in Hawaii and beyond. Then joining us today is Robbie Melton and Len Higashi from HTDC to tell us about the upcoming Entrepreneurs Day at the Capitol. Finally, we get a chance to talk to three new startups, NameHub (Brendan Mulligan), Karat (McKay Davis) and Green Apple (Chad Kahunahana), all launched at Startup Weekend Honolulu.
First we’ll look at a few tech stories of note here in the islands. Then we’ll be bringing you two news guests to tell you about a couple of great events coming up: Kathleen Cabral will tell us about Geek Day at Leeward Community College, and Franklin Allaire will update us on the 10th annual Hawaii State Science Olympiad. Finally, we’ll talk to Naomi Chow and Martha Chantiny to find out how libraries can transform themselves to serve as information hubs in the digital age.
- Digital Newspaper Project
- Occam’s Reader
- UH Open Access Policy
- UH Digital Library Flickr Site
First we’ll look at the latest tech news and happenings in Hawaii and beyond. Then joining us today is Matt Heim from Electric Pencil to tell us about the upcoming Pacific Bridge Conference for entrepreneurs. Finally, we talk to Kanesa Duncan Seraphin about some of her discoveries from exploring science and culture across the Pacific in her program Voice of the Sea.
Sites also mentioned
- Robbie Melton new CEO of HTDC
- Sonny Bhagowalia Chief Advisor on Technology, Cyber-Security
- Startup Weekend Honolulu winners
- Hawaii Physics Olympics
- Unconferenz 2014
First we’ll look at the latest tech news and happenings in Hawaii and beyond. Then joining us today is Nicole Velasco to tell us about the upcoming Neighborhood Commission Tweetup. Finally, we get an update on Hawaii’s undersea power cable from Mark Glick at DBEDT and Dean Nishina from the Dept of Consumer Advocacy.