After the headlines, Burt and Ryan share some observations from recent visits to nuclear-powered aircraft carriers at see, courtesy the U.S. Navy. Then, Dr. Rob Yonover, creator of the Rescue Streamer, joins us to discuss “Hardcore Inventing,” a philisophy, as well as a new book he authored with Ellie Crowe.
This week, after the headlines, Laurie Carlson (Honolulu Weekly, Slow Food Oahu) joins us to talk about an upcoming visit by author Gary Paul Nabhan. Then, Scott Higa and Frederic Berg from Honolulu Seawater Air Conditioning update us on their company’s ambitious plan to air condition up to 40 buildings in downtown Honolulu using deep ocean water.
After the headlines, Greg Kim tells us about the Hawaii Spinout Summit. Then, we welcome Holly Burns and Travelocity’s “Roaming Gnome” to the Aloha State. Finally, Dr. Jeffrey Gillis-Davis from the Hawaii Institute of Geophysics and Planetology tells us about some of the contributions Hawaii scientists are making to NASA missions to the moon and Mercury.
After the headlines, Daniel Leuck joins us to tell us about the TechHui Conference. Then, Paul Lawler and Todd Ogasawara join us to talk about the latest gadgets on the market, from the iPhone 3GS and PalmPre to bluetooth headsets and even a digital pen.
After the headlines, Evan Leong gives us a preview of HawaiiSchoolGuide.com. Then, Wilbur Wong from Academy of the Pacific and Brian from Punahou School join us to discuss social media in education.
After the headlines, Ian Kitajima and Ed Young join us to tell us about the Dual-Use conference going on at the Honolulu Country Club. Then, Fred Rodi from DR Fortress and Alex Laguardia from Superb Hosting will join us to talk about data centers and the infrastructure needed to host your servers.
After the headlines, Peter Rosegg from HECO joins us to talk about the Hawaii Clean Energy Day. Then, Cleo Brown from ING Direct and Kenneth Newman from Central Pacific Bank will be here to talk about online banking and identity protection.
First we look at the latest tech news and happenings in Hawaii and beyond. Then we have Roz Savage in the studio to give us an update on her upcoming trans-Pacific voyage. Later, Drew Bradley from REC Solar and Joe Saturnia from Island Pacific Energy are here to talk about solar power systems and the business of solar.
First we look at the latest tech news and happenings in Hawaii and beyond. Then we have Terrence Young from the Hawaii Macintosh & Apple Users’ Society here to talk about Spring Fest. Later, Stuart Candy fom the Hawaii Research Center for Futures Studies and Jason Seaborn from the Hawaii State Department of Health will be here to talk about Coral Cross and scenario planning.