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, 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.
After the headlines, Jay Fidell tells us about an upcoming tech policy conference dubbed “Crucible 2010.” Then, we’ll hack into the thriving robotics programs in Hawaii schools. Joining us will be Bobby Widhalm from Moanalua High School and Joan Okai from Pearl City Highlands Intermediate.
After the headlines Natalie McKinney from the Kokua Hawaii Foundation tell us about how they teamed up with Kanu Hawaii to Simplify the Holidays. Later, Todd Ogasawara and Emil Reyes from Oceanit will join us to wrap up the year with their latest mobile devices and tech gadgets.
In the news:
- Best go Digital in a Pandemic
- EPA’s new Interactive Map
- New UH Hawaii Nursing Simulation Center
- Solar Powered Airplane, Solar Impulse Unveiled
- Roku and Boxee (Set Top Boxes)
- Motorola Droid and Android OS/Apps (Google Streetview, Google Goggles)
- T-Mobile Touch Pro2
- Readers or Tablets? (Barnes & Noble Nook v. Kindle, Joojoo)
- Touch Devices (Asus Eee PC T91MT, Windows 7)
- Bluetooth Devices (Blue Nio Security Tag)
- Clear/RoadRunner/Sprint WiMax 4G
- Dell Micro Projector
- Nexus One (Google Phone)
- Apple tablet (Jan. 26 announcement) iSlate (Pure speculation!)
After the headlines, Sandy Park from the High Tech Development Corporation will tell us about the 2009 Holiday Science and Tech Fair. Then, Chris Lee from the Academy for Creative Media, local film producer Heather Giugni and project manager David Rowntree will talk about the Henry Ku’ualoha Giugni Digital Archive Project.
After the headlines, David Julian tells us about his upcoming Pacific New Media workshop on Photoshop. Finally, David Watamull from Cardax Pharmaceuticals and Stefan Moisyadi from the UH Institute for Biogenesis Research will join us as we take a look at the biotech industry in Hawaii.