First up we talk with Zeny Picone about a free Google workshop for small businesses happening tomorrow. Here are the links for more information about the workshop and the small business toolkit. Then we are joined by Kathleen Cabral from LCC to hear about their annual Geek Day. Finally we invited Robbie Melton, Exec Director of the Hawaii Technology Development Corporation or HTDC, to talk about the future of the Manoa Innovation Center.
- Lenovo Jedi Challenges
- Roku Streaming stick (it’s 30 bucks!)
- AR Teddy bear sadly the Amazon page has better info on the bear than anyone else.
- Apple Air Pods
- Bluewave Wireless headphone amplifier (think airpods without the airpods)
- Ancheer folding electric bike
- DJI Spark
We kick off today’s show featuring a couple of upcoming events. Ed Harrell joins us to tell us about the upcoming week long HTDC workshop called How to Think Like an Entrepreneur. Then, Mike Fricano from Iolani School, tells us about the annual Ignite Innovation event. Then after the break, we talk with Sean Cleveland about supercomputing at UH and learn how Philip Von Doetinchem and Kevin Schneider use the high performance computer to further their research.
We kick off the show with a couple of upcoming events. Anna Leonid starts things off with a new “Creative Coding 4 Kids” holiday camp in Hawaii. Then Sandy Park from HTDC tells us about the upcoming Holiday Tech Job Fair. We then switch gears to talk with David Oyadomari from Bank of Hawaii to tell us about their “Cardless Cash” mobile banking app. Then, after the break, we dive into our geeky gift bag with a couple of fellow gadget lovers, Ricky Li, Brian Dote and secret guest Eric Nakagawa. We’ll talk about our favorite tech gifts for last-minute holiday shoppers.
- Altino robot
- Fisher Price Code-a-pillar
- Snap Spectacles
- Ricoh Theta
- STEM gift box Kiwicrate
- Little Bits
- DJI Mavic
- Playstation VR
- Google Daydream
- Google Pixel
To kick off today’s show, we talk to Meli James from the Hawaii Venture Capital Association about an upcoming luncheon featuring Governor David Ige. After that, Cindy Matsuki joins us for an update on the Tech Hire initiative called TechHire.Careers. Then, after the break, we learn about a unique partnership between the AUVSI Foundation and the Polynesian Voyaging Society. Janelle Curtis and Miki Tomita are here to tell us all about Robonation and the RobotX Competition.
We start the hour with the local tech calendar, with two guests here to tell us about upcoming events. Mike Shanahan from Bishop Museum is back to tell us about a new planetarium show called Eyes on Island Earth. Then our good friend Forest Frizzell is here from the Purple Maia Foundation to tell us about the Purple Prize, and Saturday’s launch. Finally, we’ll talk to Robbie Melton from the High Tech Development Corporation and Luis Salevaria from the Department of Business, Economic Development & Tourism about where the local tech agenda stands following the 2016 Legislative session.
We kick off the show with a couple of news guests. Tony Bacigalupo joins us from Open Coworking and he’s here in Hawaii to facilitate a networking session at the Manoa Innovation Center. Then Meli James from the HVCA returns here to tell us about the next monthly luncheon. Finally, we’ll look ahead to the upcoming 2016 legislative session. What bills are in the works relating to science and technology? How are we doing in diversifying our economy? Joining us for this conversation is HTDC CEO, Robbie Melton and State Sen. Glenn Wakai.
Photo (l:r) Burt Lum, Meli James, Robbie Melton, Tony Bacigalupo, Sen Glenn Wakai, Ryan Ozawa
- Open Coworking
- New Work City
- 16th Annual HVCA Deal of the Year Awards Gala
- Kakaako Makai Innovation Block
- 80 | 80 by 2030
- Nu House
We’ll kick off the show with our news guests. Sandy Park from HTDC is here to tell us about the annual Holiday Job Tech Fair. Then Ryan Yamamoto and Matthew Honda are here from Middle Management to tell us about their new company. Finally, after the break, we’ll spend the rest of the hour talking to Dr. Song Choi and Ron Matayoshi and learning about the new innovation lab at UH called the iLab.
Photo (l:r) Burt Lum, Sandy Park, Ron Matayoshi, Matt Honda, Ryan Yamamoto, Song Choi, Ryan Ozawa
On tonight’s special edition of Bytemarks Cafe, we’ll jump right into our conversation with a couple of news guests. Steve Sue joins us to tell us about an upcoming Marketing and Networking Workshop. Then Sandy Park is here to tell us about the Advanced Manufacturing Conference, organized by the High Tech Development Corporation. Finally, we’ll revisit the hot topic of Unmanned Aircraft Systems, or ‘drones’, with Hawaii’s leading expert Ted Ralston and Mike Elliot of Drone Services Hawaii. What special applications are we seeing for drones in Hawaii? And can the technology be commercialized in the face of fast-shifting regulations?
Photo (l:r) Burt Lum, Ted Ralston, Sandy Park, Steve Sue, Mike Elliot, Ryan Ozawa
First we’ll cover some local science and tech stories, then Amy Fredeen, CFO of the Cook Inlet Tribal Council will tell us about Never Alone, an interactive game the tribal council developed based on a story from their tribe. This will be featured at upcoming event at Kakaako Agora. Finally, we’ll get a rundown from Robbie Melton from HTDC and Rep. Angus McKelvey on the tech policy bills being introduced in the 2015 legislative session.
- Newly Discovered Three-Planet System Holds Clues to Atmospheres of Earth-size Worlds
- Research team releases app for tracking Yellowstone geysers
- NASA Is Building a Laser Communication Base in Hawaii
- Hawaii lawmaker hopes to protect your digital assets
- HVCA Meetup – 2015 Legislative Agenda for the Innovation Economy