Father, husband, and web-geek in paradise.
The Select Choir from La Pietra Hawaii School for Choirs performs a Swahili song at the Wahine Forum, organized by Hawaii Business and Presented by Queen's Hospital and the Junior League of Hawaii, and held on Friday, Oct. 26, 2012.
Attendee testimonials and brief scenes from the second Agent Reboot Honolulu, a real estate marketing and technology conference organized by Inman News. Hawaii Information Service was again the exclusive association sponsor of this great event.
Time-lapse of my pre-dawn commute from Mililani into town, ultimately winding my way to the roof deck of the Dole Cannery parking lot to watch the clouds over downtown Honolulu. Created with iMotion HD and iMovie for the iPhone.
Here's a few seconds of morning light from Ala Moana. I set up my iPhone 4 with a Rokform quick-release case and a small tripod at Kewalo Basin, and fired up iMotion HD. I let it run for 800 shots at a five-second interval (adjustable), even nudging the frame over a bit toward the end to capture the sun flashing through the clouds. The free version of the app is enough to export it to the iPhone camera roll. I exported it at 24 frames per second (also adjustable), then dropped it into iMovie f...
The first meeting of the Hawaii chapter of Hacks/Hackers, a rapidly expanding international grassroots journalism organization dedicated to creating a network of journalists ("hacks") and technologists ("hackers") who rethink the future of news and information.
The Google Street View team is back in Hawaii, but this time, they're going off-road with the Google Trike. In addition to updating some of its imagery of Hawaii's roadways, the Google Trike allows them to take 360-degree images of all campuses in the University of Hawaii System. Burt Lum caught up with the team at Kapiolani Community College, and checked out some of the the technology.