Just Announced: The first-ever GitHub Drinkup in Hawai`i will take place after the talk. We're going to walk over to Kanpai, after the talk at TBJ.https://github.com/blog/1254-honolulu-drinkupDrinks and GitHub swag for all.GitHub.com is the place for open source developers to collaborate on their projects. But there's a perception that GitHub and Git are the domain of Mac and *nix users. Not so! In this talk, Phil Haack, a GitHub…See More
"Another major offender in Hawaii: Zapf Chancery. Use of uppercase Zapf Chancery is particularly heinous and should probably be punishable by death.
The prevalence of Papyrus in Hawaii is amusing. Many people seem to think it looks Hawaiian. I…"
Thanks for your comments earlier regarding the Policy Portal. Might you and/or any of your colleagues be interested in helping "co-bootstrap" the development of a framework to help guide individuals and groups in decision-making with the Earth Charter as the foundation?
I no longer work for NASA, but rather for the US Air Force (still in satellite orbit work). However, NASA Maes Research Center has signed a collaborative venture with the state of Hawaii. There were talks about having a SpacePort on Kauai I believe.
Some people from Hawaii are born with a preference for cold weather. I suppose I took it to an extreme in choosing to live out here in Hokkaido, Japan. When I was in high school in Honolulu, I would often cut class and hang out in the frozen food section in Safeway.