First up, the Internet Society – Hawaii Chapter is having its inaugural meetup on Thursday June 20th at Sultan Ventures at 5pm. The Internet Society is dedicated to keeping the Internet open and accessible to all. They will also be holding the Indigenous Connectivity Summit here in Nov. 2019. Then David Ulrich tells us about the Contemporary Photography in Hawaii exhibit call for entries. Finally, we feature Frank Clark from Waikiki Yokocho tell us about the web series which starts with the Emmy award winning video Ramen Yokocho.
Kicking off this hour, we’ll hear first-hand from organizers of three special events coming up in the next few days. Meli James from the Hawaii Venture Capital Association returns to tell us about tomorrow’s Women in Tech panel. Then Dave Raatz from the Maui County Council joins us by phone to tell us about the annual Hawaii State Association of Counties conference. Then, Dave Ulrich from Pacific New Media joins to fill us in about this weekend’s f808 Photo Hawaii festival. Finally, after the break, we’ll dedicate the rest of the show to explore the resurgence of podcasting. Has ‘the next big thing’ been going strong all along? Here to talk about it is Todd Cochrane from Geek News Central, Blubrry and RawVoice, and Kimi Morton from Hot Better Pop.
First we’ll look at the latest tech news and happenings in Hawaii and beyond. Then joining us is Susan Horowitz from the Pacific New Media to tell us about a workshop on iBooks Author. Finally, we’ve invited our favorite gadget geeks Todd Ogasawara and Paul Lawler to give us their Christmas gadget wish list.