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Maui's Maker, CoWorking, Incubator, Accelerator Spaces 4 Replies

Started by Jerry Isdale. Last reply by Jerry Isdale Jun 21, 2012.

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Comment by Jerry Isdale on May 10, 2011 at 12:30pm
Planning for event this week didnt go well.  I'm down with pneumonia.   ugh
Comment by Jerry Isdale on May 3, 2011 at 8:20pm

Techies:  I spoke with Tommy and got email confirmation from Lynn.  It seems Pamela's UH talk and thus her trip got cancelled. Since she is not going to be here, there will be no presentation on Google API, etc. this week.  Tommy was going to post an update, but given that its already after 8pm, I figured he's gotten busy again.

 

Its a bit late to re-plan for an alternative event this week, but you are all invited to a Maui Makers meeting next week thursday at our new space in Pu'unene.  Details to follow.

Comment by Jerry Isdale on May 2, 2011 at 1:47pm
Is Pamela Fox still on schedule to talk this week? I have a maui techies dinner on my calendar for May 5th with note that she will be presenting.
Comment by David B. Fisher on April 28, 2011 at 4:44pm

URGENT Tech legislative action needed from Maui.   Received a call from Yuka at HTDC.  There is bill to extend the R&D Tax Credit provision from Act 221.  It is still alive, but barely.  They need calls BEFORE TOMORROW MORNING.  They haven't heard anything from Maui entrepreneurs and businesses.   So PLEASE call the legislators at the numbers below.  Leave a message that you support SB753.  Let them know you are involved with technology on Maui.   I just called all and it took less than 10 minutes.

 

You can read the bill, testimony, and see its progress through the process.  It is too late for written testimony.  

So make the phone calls.  Even if it is in the evening, you can leave voice mail.

As you can see, many of the key conferees are Maui legislators.

 

David, per our phone conversation.
 
if you could urge R&D companies, esp. ones on Maui, to call the conferees of SB753 as well as the leadership on both sides.
 
they need to CALL (not email) in support of SB753 as the bill is currently on lifesupport
don't expect to have your calls answered. just leave a message to say
"my name is...., from company X, and pls have the legislator support SB753, as it is vital to our company and the growth of the tech sector. we are already committed to doing business in hawaii and we would like to continue to do so"
 
here are their names and numbers:
 
Leadership/money committee chairs:
Sen. President: Shan Tsutsui (Maui) 586-7344
Sen. David Ige (Ways and Means Chair): 586-6230
 
Speaker Calvin Say: 586-6100
Rep. Marcus Oshiro: 586-6200
 
Maui/Conferee member:
Sen. Rose Baker (Maui): 586-6070
Rep. Kyle Yamashita (Maui): 586-6330
 
Conferee Chairs:
 
Chair Sen. Fukunaga: 586-6890
Chair Rep. McKelvey: 586-6160
Co-Chair Rep. Choy: 586-8475
 
Mahalo,
 
Yuka

Comment by Larry Stevens on April 28, 2011 at 4:06pm
Comment by Daniel Leuck on April 8, 2011 at 11:01pm
@Jerry - We have an event calendar that has been successfully used by hundreds of other event organizers and we are happy to feature your event.
Comment by Jerry Isdale on April 8, 2011 at 7:28pm

Crud - Thursday April 14th.

At least on most other services (qtask) I used the calendar function to schedule it.

Comment by Jerry Isdale on April 8, 2011 at 4:47pm
Maui Makers is having a meeting Thursday April 12 6-12pm at our new space in Pu'unene (E Camp 5 Rd, Kahului, HI 96732) - thats in the Community Work Day building.  Check our blog post for more info (map, etc)
Comment by Les Vogel on April 7, 2011 at 10:56am

Oops, I pasted in the wrong url.  http://www.google.com/events/io/2011/io2011.html

 

The only difference between Live and Extended is that Google's VP has taped a welcome message for us on Maui.  Hardly worth the trouble of getting up to be somewhere at 6am.  Or opening one's door at 6am for that matter.

Comment by Les Vogel on April 7, 2011 at 10:53am

At dinner Tuesday, I mentioned that I had signed up to host a Google I/O Extended on Maui.  Today they announced Google I/O Live which they will be broadcasting live the keynote and two session rooms All day.

Since that's the case, I won't look for someone else to host it, as it starts at 9am PDT, aka 6am HST.  It's May 10 & May 11.

 

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