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Action Committee for Threatened Hi Tech Tax Credits - Acts 221 & 215
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Dave Takaki Dec 29, 2008.


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SDC Hawaii LLC
Areas of Interest (Robotics, Software Architecture, Green Energy, Web 2.0, etc.):
Technical Research, Web 2.0
Evolution of Social Networks
Mariculture Development
International & Strategic Studies
Economic Development - Pacific Basin
About Me:
Eclectic sponge of esoteric bullshit

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Send Your Message to Legislature

Hawaii Legislative Reference Bureau Your best resource about the Hawaii State Legislature is the Hawaii Legislative Reference Bureau. It’s the go to place for senators and representatives when they have questions. The LRB website is an excellent place to track bills and resolutions. The Bureau is a nonpartisan legislative service agency that provides a wide variety of services to legislators, legislative committees, and members of the public.

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Posted on January 21, 2009 at 9:39pm

Lobbying to protect Acts 221, 215 HI Tech Tax Credits

This year’s legislative session will prove to be critical for those of us who find the current tax credit laws integral to our development plans.

Georgia Skinner over at DBEDT had confirmed a number of weeks ago that the Lingle Administration was going to look at these Hi Tech industry tax credits in attempting to balance the state budget. Rumblings have also been heard from a number of Senators and Reps.

The Honolulu Advertiser ran an article on the upcoming budget and it contained… Continue

Posted on December 23, 2008 at 10:50am



I see them fading, in and out. Must be the heat and the distance. My eyes aren’t what they used to be.

It was hot, but oddly, not humid. The two soldiers in sun faded tropical fatigues stood on the ridgeline; they were motionless. Their web gear was unbuckled and hung loose around their hips. Likewise, their hands hung empty; no weapons were slung from their shoulders. They were unarmed. The one on the right was tall… Continue

Posted on August 17, 2008 at 1:53pm

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At 9:38pm on April 6, 2009, Alyssa K said…
Hi Dave! I love's website design! Very good looking
At 12:53pm on December 17, 2008, Timothy Little said…

Dan Leuck is trying to contact you to reschedule your lunch meeting today (12/17) at 1:30. He can't make it and doesn't have your number with him.
At 12:53pm on August 7, 2008, Laurel said…
i would've picked "earthier" tones too, finished the scale, included halfnotes, and ... well, time constraints etc., there's a long list of hindsighted objections. withstanding that, and tonality aside, the experience is immediately rewarding, and it doesn't sound half as tin-y tinny? tinlike? when you're playing it. we had to kick people off of it so that others could, overall, i liked that project.
At 12:05pm on August 7, 2008, Laurel said…
nice reference. maybe like a visual theremin/armonica. trip an ir sensor, one in front of each tube, sends signal to midi, emits tone (C-A) via speakers. same trip sends signal to air pumps which send bubbles into the corresponding tube of glitter/water. tones' decibels vary in strength dependent upon proximity to sensor. closer = louder....this is likely way more information than you were looking for :) thanks for the interest! see you at the event!
At 8:34pm on June 26, 2008, aaron kagawa said…
hey... looks pretty cool. i just subscribed to the blog.
At 8:05pm on June 26, 2008, Mika Leuck said…
Welcome Dave! You definitely have the funniest "About Me" on TechHui :-)

There are several interest groups you may want to join. If "International & Strategic Studies" includes Japan you may be interested in Business in Japan. We have several other members interested in mariculture including Bill Spencer. His HOT Open Ocean Ahi Farm is very interesting.
At 3:04pm on June 26, 2008, Rick Olson said…


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