First up, we find out about the launch of storytelling app JamBios with co-founder Beth N. Carvin and spokesperson Henry Ian Cusick. Then we talk about cyber security and student opportunities with Jake Ross and Reynold Hioki. We also learn about Cyber Hui and the upcoming Summer Cyber Camps, Gen Cyber and Cyber Patriot.
First we’ll cover some local science and tech stories, then we’ll focus on innovations in reading with Mark Watkins from “The Hawaii Project” and Marlon Sarmiento of “Honu and Friends.” Finally, we’ll talk about the growing interest and need for cyber security education. We’ve invited Jake Ross and Mike Herr to fill us in.
- The Hawaii Project – Kickstarter
- Honu and Friends – Kickstarter
- Cyber Patriot
- Cyber Hui
- Cyber Bootcamp – GENCyber
- Aloha+ Challenge
- Akamai – State of the Internet Report
- Unconferenz 2015
First we’ll cover some local science and tech stories, then we’ll speak with Jake Ross about the Cyber Hui meetup and the latest on CyberPatriot and Hacker Jeopardy. Then Ryan Salcedo is here to tell us about the newly formed Hawaii Drone Club. Finally, we’ll talk with students and teachers from Iolani and Kealakehe schools about their work on the MoonRIDERS mission to the moon. We’ve got a full lineup including Kimberly Petersen and Veronica Shei from Iolani and Justin Brown (teacher) and students, Amy Lowe, Courtney Nelson, and Caleb Bishop.
- Danish company plans to build floating wind turbines near Hawaii
- Hawaii’s Coastal Erosion to Double by 2050
- Broadband: What We Don’t Know About It Could Kill Us
First we’ll look at the latest tech news and happenings in Hawaii and beyond. Then joining us is Chad Podoski and Jason Skicewicz from GetShacked.com to tell us about their experience at the Launch conference in San Francisco, and their new app, called SnapTat. Finally, we’ll talk to the Cyber Patriot team from Leilehua High School to learn about the competition and about computer security.