First we’ll look at the latest tech news and happenings in Hawaii and beyond. Then we’ll talk with Rob Martin about the next Pecha Kucha Night at the Academy of Arts. Finally, David Oyadomari and Jayme Nonaka from the Bank of Hawaii join us to talk about eBanking and the online marketplace.
After the headlines, we discuss Unconferenz and the Honolulu Twestival. Then, Carolyn Kaichi (Executive Director) and Dr. Neal Atebara (Board member) of the Hawaii Academy of Science join us to talk about science in education.
After the headlines, Ryan shares his impressions from the 2010 SXSW Interactive festival in Austin, Texas. Then, Christine Sakuda from the Hawaii Health Information Exchange and Karen Pellegrin from UH Hilo College of Pharmacy join us to talk about your health information.
After the headlines, we hear from Jay Fidell and Mary Fastenau about the upcoming Newsmorphosis 2.0. Then, Stevie Whalen from the Hawaii Agriculture Research Center and Dave Waller from Hawaiian Electric join us to talk about biofuels, and a promising crop called jatropha.
After the headlines, we talk to Mark Ritchie from Enterprise Honolulu about the upcoming Hawaii Venture Capital Summit. Finally, Wendi Kamiya from Punahou School and Dan Leuck from Ikayzo join us to talk about Google apps in the Enterprise.
After the headlines, we talk about an upcoming grassroots tech event called Unconferenz 2010. Finally, Jeff Bell and Chris Lee join us to talk about the Hawaii Animation Studios.
After the headlines, Sid Savara joins us to tell us about a new podcast for bloggers called Blogcastfm.com. Then, Mike Leone from Hawaii Electric Vehicles, Frank Rogers from Green Energy Outlet, and Ross Burck from Keka’a will talk about the infrastructure needed to support electric cars.
After the headlines, Steve Sakata from IBM joins us to tell us about the upcoming Association for IT Professionals (AITP) meeting. Then, Yuka Nagashima from the High Tech Development Corporation and Mark Gilbert from Commercial Data Systems will give us an update on tech bills moving through the 2010 Hawaii State Legislature.
After the headlines, Keiki-Pua Dancil joins us to give us an update on her role at the Hawaii Science and Technology Council. Then, Frank Schowengerdt from the Pacific International Space Center for Exploration Systems and Jim Crisafulli from DBEDT will talk about lunar simulation experiments taking place on Mauna Kea.
After the headlines, Nikki Love from Common Cause Hawaii joins us to give us an update on the legislative process and a workshop called Legislature 101.Then, Jeff Piontek from the Hawaii Technology Academy and Mark Loughridge from Avatar Reality talk about using new learning technologies in the classroom.