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December 2009 Blog Posts (10)


Create contests for the following at the

TechHui location at the University of Hawaii sim in Second Life:

(Hold receptions at the end of each contest, where people can donate SL dollars)

1. Have a "Best Sign-up Board" contest (leave the winning board in place to sign people up to TechHui)

2. Create a "TechHui Donation Jar" contest (winning jar stays in place and collects donations for TechHui)

3. Have a variety of art contests and reception (e.g., photo,… Continue

Added by Rik Jadrnicek on December 31, 2009 at 11:18pm — No Comments

What Was Your Favorite Project?

About 15 years ago (I'm terrible with dates) I was working with my old friend

Brent Ridenour on a software project in the Bay Area. During that time Brent lent me a book on

knot theory that reinvented my view of mathematics. I found the whole concept of… Continue

Added by Daniel Leuck on December 31, 2009 at 2:00pm — 5 Comments

Mobile apps, "Gov 2.0?"

In the summer of 2009, while I was working on the Nathaniel Kinney campaign, one of our goals was to help raise the level of transparency and efficiency of our city government through the use of the internet and mobile apps. This was articulated in a posting by Nathaniel Kinney (CLICK HERE to read that posting). An… Continue

Added by Derek on December 28, 2009 at 5:21am — 1 Comment

Featured Techie: Haralds Jass, Founder and CEO of Superb Internet, Hawaii's Largest Web Hosting Company

In January 2009, Superb Internet Corp. relocated to Honolulu from Vancouver, Canada lock, stock and barrel. The Internet hosing and technology services company had decided to leave Canada for a number of reasons bu the move was a surprise to many in Hawaii. The traditional pattern for technology companies in the islands is launch small, grow to a larger size then leave. And the traditional reasons cited for leaving are usually cost of operating a business in Hawaii, lack of qualified… Continue

Added by Alex Salkever on December 27, 2009 at 1:30pm — 15 Comments

Wondering where my Wozniak is...

Since posting my iPhone developer talk on the Mathogen website I've been getting tons of requests to assist in iPhone development. Most interested in working with Sundance filmmaker to create game for movie tie in. Thinking about getting into consulting after talking to Bruce Kim at the first iPhone developer meetup. Still most interested in working on my own projects.

Reading game development blogs,… Continue

Added by David Neely on December 16, 2009 at 5:00pm — No Comments


It's been a rough semester (I had to pull 4 all nighters this week), but we have finally finished a prototype of our game for my school's Demo Day presentation!

The game is called Poggle, and it's for the iPhone/iPod Touch. It's a difficult game to describe. In some ways, it's like a real-time "Rock Paper Scissor" game. The best feature (and one of the more complicated) is that it can… Continue

Added by Sherwin Gao on December 16, 2009 at 1:00pm — 4 Comments

TechHui Meta Contest

Aloha TechHuians. As part of our initiative to grow the TechHui community, we are announcing what is, to our knowledge, the world's first meta-contest. This is a contest to come up with a clever contest :-) The winner of the meta-contest will have their choice of two months of free top level sponsorship (see the Sponsors area to the right) on the TechHui site, a $998 value, or the new… Continue

Added by Daniel Leuck on December 15, 2009 at 1:30pm — 43 Comments

Office 2010 Beta VS Office 2007

Not too sure if you came across the need to keep both MS Office 2010 and 2007 or not. If you do and stuck with the same problem as me.. here is the solution.

First installed Office 2010 in a separate folder.

Choose to keep the old setup.

Proceed the installation.

After the activation and etc done.

You will most likely came across the same problem i did. Every time that you switch back and forth on both version, MS Office will try to reconfigure the… Continue

Added by Kemtis on December 13, 2009 at 8:30pm — 3 Comments

Hawaii's Feed-In Tariff: More Information Needed, Pronto - Big Backers Like Hawaii But Need Details, Economics

In my time working on the U.S. Mainland (I'm splitting time there now between SF and HNL), I've been talking to a lot of top-tier venture capitalists, energy project financiers, and investment bankers involved in green energy. After finding out that I was from Hawaii, a number of them have asked me about the state's new Feed-In Tariff. They wanted detailed information so that they could see if clean energy projects in Hawaii might pencil out. Sadly, I had to tell them that the FIT at present… Continue

Added by Alex Salkever on December 6, 2009 at 10:11am — 1 Comment

Renewable Energy Permitting

Sent to us by Jim Thompson:

There was a conference call this morning with representatives of the Hawaii Science and Technology Council, the UH Energy Policy Forum, the Farm Bureau, Senator Carol Fukunaga's Renewable Energy Sub-Group, Sun Fuels on the Big Island, and Pacific Bio-Fuel on Maui.

There was unanimous concensus to forward the attached package…

Added by Daniel Leuck on December 3, 2009 at 1:00pm — No Comments

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