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AT&T vs. Verizon vs. Sprint for iPhone 4S?
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Aloha,I am planning to pick up the new iPhone 4S, but wanted to see if anyone out there in Tech Hui knows which is the best the carrier here in Oahu, reception wise? I am looking for a reliable…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Daniel Leuck Nov 11, 2011.


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Netflix: Three months after cutting my TV cable

When we moved into our new apartment, my wife and I opted to receive cable services through Time Warner. It was the premium package that offered countless of channels. It was a sweet deal, and we thought we were getting our monies worth. However, after a month and a half, we noticed…


Posted on July 6, 2011 at 11:44pm — 9 Comments

Is CCNA worth it in Hawaii?

I'm a college student finishing up my last year in school. I am currently majoring in Political Science and minoring in I.T. During my I.T. courses my professors would always comment about how there is a great demand for CCNA individuals here in the pacific region. I have done a fair amount of research about this certification, however I would like to ask those who have been in the "real world" if I should pursue this certification, and is it useful here in Hawaii. My main goal is to give back… Continue

Posted on August 17, 2010 at 12:42am — 10 Comments

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At 7:25pm on February 21, 2011, Sam Joseph said…

Hi Tony, you were asking about CSCI 3633 Game Programming at HPU, and the answer is that you don't have to be a full time student to take a course there.  You can sign up for a single class as a special status student.  I've added details on the event page:


Hope to see you in class!



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