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September 2009 Blog Posts (15)

Gis For Giraffe

TEDx and ReThink Hawaii... both Great Ideas...


we need to start animating our ideas and concepts and letting people in on our great ideas.

check this out http://vismasters.wordpress.com/2009/09/29/aotm-october-2009/

Added by Harley Powers Parks on September 30, 2009 at 2:27pm — No Comments

Milli Micro Systems, Inc Workshops

I am currently working for Milli Micro Systems, Inc and we deliver Microsoft Certified Workshops. As a Marketing and Business Analyst for MMS - I would like to reach out to other TechHui members to establish business for this company in Ohau. MMS goal is to hire local instructors to provide the on-going workshops in Ohau.



Mili Micro Systems http://www.mmsgov.com/newsite/partners.htm is currently on the island of Oahu providing military training on Vista, Windows Server 2003 for the… Continue

Added by sally on September 30, 2009 at 12:00pm — No Comments

TechHui Featured Techie of the Month - Kim Binsted, Human Factors Expert, ICS Rockstar, and Intrepid Mars Simulator

Some geeks live in the lab. Others live on an entirely different planet - like Mars. Well, almost like Mars. Meet Kim Binsted, our featured Techie of the Month. Kim is an associate professor at the University of Hawaii's Information and Computer Sciences(ICS) department. Binsted is also a co-investigator at the UH-NASA Astrobiology Institute. She studies how… Continue

Added by Alex Salkever on September 29, 2009 at 8:00pm — 7 Comments

Shameless Plug - Join Kokua Social Network, Enter to Win $100 Grocery Gift Certificate - And Help Make Hawaii a Better Place

Yep, you are officially getting spammed (albeit for a good cause). we *really* want to encourage you to join our new Kokua Social Network (www.kokua.coop). I am on the Board of Directors of Kokua Market and we are Hawaii's largest natural foods and lifestyle products cooperative. (We are actually right in Moiliili - look for the colorful murals across from the 7-11). And we have long thought… Continue

Added by Alex Salkever on September 27, 2009 at 9:30pm — 4 Comments

Karl Fooks: How Do We Best Support an Innovation Economy?

Karl Fooks, new Director of HSDC, gave an excellent overview of promising options for promoting venture capital investment in technology companies in Hawaii at the HVCA luncheon talk yesterday. Here are some of the main points I noted down from Mr. Fooks presentation:



1. Angel investment tax credits: perhaps a continuation of Act 221; 16 other states have similar tax credits, averaging about 50% of invested amount, and capping total tax credits that can be taken.

2. State… Continue

Added by Leighton K. Chong on September 25, 2009 at 8:30am — 1 Comment

How Do We Best Support an Innovation Economy?

Aloha TechHui Members:



We would like to hear your opinion on this important issue for tech companies in Hawaii. After passage of Bill 199 restrictions on Act 221 tax credits in the last Legislative session, what legislative measures do you support to make investment capital for funding tech companies available in the next Legislative session in January 2010. Please take a few moments to fill out the… Continue

Added by Leighton K. Chong on September 21, 2009 at 4:30pm — 5 Comments

Isotov Information Debuts, Provides Custom Research and Analysis

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Contact: Sonia N. Isotov, President

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Wailuku, HI, September 19, 2009—C-level executives, business owners and nonprofits requiring custom research and analysis to position their organizations for success now have a resource in Sonia N. Isotov. Isotov is the owner and principal analyst for Isotov Information Services… Continue

Added by Sonia N. Isotov on September 20, 2009 at 6:00pm — No Comments

Localization in GWT using i18nCreator

I'm currently working on a GWT project for a large international company, so I've been spending some time before I really get too far into it to learn how to make this less painful to translate into multiple languages. I've found that GWT makes this a pretty simple task as long as you start with a little planning.



Here I'm going to demonstrate the simplest possible example of localization, but I hope that it will be clear enough to explain how simple this is to accomplish and to… Continue

Added by Stephen McMahon on September 16, 2009 at 9:54pm — 1 Comment

How To Generate 5-Star Business Reviews For Your Business

963932_thumbs_up 5 Star Reviews

Getting a 5-star review is easy. Just do your job in such a way that your customers can't wait to tell the world how wonderful you are, and then ask them to review your service on one of the Internet review sites. Sounds easy enough doesn't it? ... but there's more.



Based on my Local Search Marketing research, the quantity and quality of your reviews do seem to make a difference. It is more common to see a business listing with more reviews ranked… Continue

Added by Bob Sommers on September 15, 2009 at 11:00pm — 1 Comment

Vote for Hawaii to receive 50,000 new books for children in need

Go to this page:



http://booksforkids.firstbook.org/whatbook/friend.php



You can fill in optional fields, or just hit submit. Winning state gets 50,000 new books for children in need. Hawaii is currently in third place, so we have a fighting chance. You can vote once a day - multiple votes are encouraged. The site appears to be legitimate with other opportunities to help as well.



Vote early and vote often! And don't tell your friends in other states… Continue

Added by Ken Berkun on September 14, 2009 at 7:24pm — 4 Comments

New Kam School Train Study Merits Real Consideration

Apparently, the Kamehameha Schools believes there is a better alternative to the overhead train package supported by the Hannemann Administration and many developers and contractors. This alternative would cost a lot less, be less disruptive for local businesses during the construction… Continue

Added by Alex Salkever on September 13, 2009 at 7:00am — 5 Comments

An Overview of Google Web Toolkit (GWT)

Aloha TechHuians!

If you have been hearing about GWT lately, but don't have the time to get into it, maybe this post sheds some light on more notable features that GWT offers, so you can make an educated decision about picking the right web technology for your next project.



Google Web Toolkit is a Google product that aims to ease…
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Added by Konstantin A Lukin on September 12, 2009 at 11:00am — 10 Comments

Funding for cleaning up space junk!

Hot on the heels of our discussion of space junk at the July TechHui conference comes this SBIR topic from the Navy, looking for ideas for a "Low Cost Orbital Debris Removal System." Here's the synopsis:



Develop a cost effective system design to remove high payoff orbital debris from medium and high Earth orbits. Build a prototype and demonstrate it in the space environment.



Proposals for Phase I (awards are between $80K - $100K) are due on 9/23. You can find the… Continue

Added by Doug Nelson on September 3, 2009 at 6:07pm — No Comments

Featured Scientist: UH Aquaculture Guru Dr. Tetsuzan Benny Ron

Tetsuzan Benny Ron

We had the pleasure of meeting Dr. Ron at the last HVCA monthly luncheon. Benny gave an… Continue

Added by Daniel Leuck on September 3, 2009 at 4:30pm — 3 Comments

Facebook Exodus Non-Story in the NYT

I normally don't comment on this sort of thing, but I received numerous links to Virginia Heffernan's vacuous NYT article titled Facebook Exodus. It must have been a very slow news day. By Virginia's own admission at the top of paragraph two, Facebook is growing at a furious rate. ComScore puts last month's unique visitors at 87.7 million and monthly growth at over 20%. To what exodus is she… Continue

Added by Daniel Leuck on September 1, 2009 at 3:00pm — 6 Comments

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