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Started this discussion. Last reply by David Jacobs Jan 3, 2012.
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Form D filings per state. If you don't know what a form D is then you've never raised money.
Hawaii doesn't even make it onto the map.
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Hi Ken. Thanks for the add. I attended a Manoa Geeks event back in 2008 (I think) at HMSA where you did a presentation of Labels That Talk. I recall one of the potential usages that I found most intriguing was the idea of audio encoded in the protective glass over artwork that could be read by one of your devices, but invisible to the human eye.
Since then, I've become heavily involved in implementing a system for tracking assets all over the world via bar code labels and RFID tags.
I'll be moving back to O'ahu this Summer. I hope to connect with you again at some point and trade stories and maybe gain some more inspiration :)
Hi Ken - We didn't delete your account. We would never remove TechHui's most prolific trouble maker :-) If you require any help with it give me a call.
Hi Ken, thanks for the welcome. Not over in Hawaii yet, but possibly in the future. I will send David an email and get in touch with him, thanks for letting him know about me.
Small community over on the islands, but something I like as well. Talk to you soon and thanks again.
A little late, but I was able to post the E-waste collection event for this Sunday's
Youth Day at the State Capitol. I posted it in the events section of techhui.com. Thanks again for the introduction to techhui, excellent site!
Yup, I found it. I had an article in the same issue, called "The Cube". In fact, I think it may have been my first article, before I became the Northeast Regional editor and had the "The Inventor's Sketchpad" column each month.
I don't have a scanner, but if I can find one I'll scan the whole article and send it to you. Otherwise, I'll bring the issue along to some TechHui meeting so you can reminisce about those days of long ago. :)
I actually have a lot of the Interface Age issues. I'll have to look through and see if I have that article.
Currently high end smart phones have chips powerful enough to do the encoding/decoding, but this technology will move down the chain so that more and more phones will have the capability. But we don't expect to be in cell phones for a few years. We have other nuts to crack first.
We have already signed a letter of understanding with our first licensing customer and are working towards a definitive agreement - so far so good! (Sorry, not free to name names yet.)
Do you have licensing plans in place?
Dave Takaki at SDC Hawaii LLC, email@example.com
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