Posts Tagged ‘Maui’

David Fisher Lecture: Crowd Funding

December 16, 2011
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Halloween Lahaina Maui Festival 10/31/2011

November 3, 2011

Halloween Lahaina Maui Festival 10/31/2011 from paul hugel on Vimeo.

Enjoy 2011 Lahaina, Maui Halloween Festival. Included are costume winners and all the live action on Front Street Lahaina from 7:00PM-11:00PM October 31, 2011

Ellen & The Green Sea Turtle Final Cut pro X and Go Pro Hero 1080 field test

August 5, 2011

Maui Social Media Users Group Live Google+ Hangout

July 28, 2011

Google hangout

 

In progress now

Maui CitySourced

July 23, 2011

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CitySourced is a real time mobile civic engagement platform. CitySourced provides a free, simple, and intuitive platform empowering residents to identify civic issues (public safety, quality of life, & environmental issues, etc.) and report them to city hall for quick resolution; an opportunity for government to use technology to save time and money plus improve accountability to those they govern; and a positive, collaborative platform for real action. A picture tells a thousand words and CitySourced makes it snap. Download it today!

Maui Research & Technology Park Uplink Test

July 8, 2011

Jay April Speaks on Maui, Hawaii Broadband Internet Issues WebEx Videoconference

July 4, 2011

Happy Independence Day!

 

 

We are on tomorrow for our lunch (Hawaii time) discussion with featured guest Jay April, CEO of Akaku Community Television.   We will be discussing community involvement in using and improving broadband services.   As you know Hawaii’s Internet connectivity is ranked towards the bottom for the U.S. and the U.S is only in the middle of the pack globally.    With our location in the middle of the Pacific, it is critical that we have top rate Internet.   However, we have incumbent infrastructure providers that have a virtual monopoly and so no incentive to improve.  Some communities are by-passing the large incumbents and creating community-owned systems.   These are having mixed results with N. Carolina manipulated by the incumbents to create a law prohibiting community-owned systems.   This issue is now being championed by Lawrence Lessig founder of the Creative Commons and FixCongressFirst.org.

 

Meanwhile Akaku has received a Federal Broadband Technology Opportunities Program grant.  Take a deeper dive on this tomorrow.

 

Those of you on Maui have the option of bring a brownbag or pot luck to the MEDB Don Malcolm Conference Room.  Otherwise, join us via Webex.  Those who come in person are welcome to bring laptops, but bring headphones or take advantage of the speakerphone set up that we will be using.  Remember the default is to mute microphones so as to avoid feedback.  

 

We also can handle up to six video streams at a time rotating based on who is speaking.  So exit Skype and other video apps and enable your video in the participants window in Webex.

 

To invite others to join, copy and paste everything below into your invitation. 

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Meeting information 

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Topic: Conversation with Jay April on “Communities and Improving Broadband” 

Date: Tuesday, July 5, 2011 

Time: 11:30 am, Hawaii Time (Honolulu, GMT-10:00) 

Meeting Number: 578 181 709 

Meeting Password: aloha 

 

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To start or join the online meeting 

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Go to https://coolprojects.webex.com/coolprojects/j.php?ED=176230502&UID=487746212&PW=NOWYzNWRjMzcx&RT=MiMy 

 

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Audio conference information 

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Call-in toll number (US/Canada): 1-408-792-6300 

 

Access code:578 181 709 

 

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For assistance 

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1. Go to https://coolprojects.webex.com/coolprojects/mc 

2. On the left navigation bar, click “Support”. 

To add this meeting to your calendar program (for example Microsoft Outlook), click this link: 

https://coolprojects.webex.com/coolprojects/j.php?ED=176230502&UID=487746212&ICS=MS&LD=1&RD=2&ST=1&SHA2=Ztyc1H1rbv8e4cmuAVAC0nJdd2ZgS3LPRNCg2XTVDFA= 

 

To check whether you have the appropriate players installed for UCF (Universal Communications Format) rich media files, go to https://coolprojects.webex.com/coolprojects/systemdiagnosis.php

 

http://www.webex.com 

 

CCM:+14087926300×578181709# 

 

Carlos Nakai to Perform with Peter Kater at Awakening Kindness Concert

May 10, 2011

  Carlos Nakai                                     

 

 

Tibetan flutist Nawang Khechog, arrived on Maui on Sunday afternoon to perform five “Awakening Kindness” concerts with me around Hawai`i, May 11th – 15th. While only yesterday we casually walked the beach, today, in a jolting and unexpected turn of events, Nawang underwent five hours of surgery to remove a large blood clot from his brain. This was probably a complication from a serious auto accident he was in a few years back in India. Currently, he is in intensive care and the outlook is cautiously optimistic. I humbly ask that you send him your prayers and healing energy.

As an expression of kindness, Native American flutist R. Carlos Nakai is flying to Maui to perform the Awakening Kindness tour with me in honor of Nawang. Carlos and I started recording and touring together some 22 years go and I introduced Nawang and Carlos a few years later. Ironically, this will be the first time in over 10 years that R. Carlos Nakai and I have performed together in concert. Please join Carlos and myself at our Maui performance with prayers and/or support of our dear brother, Nawang Khechog. – Peter Kater

R. Carlos Nakai is perhaps the world’s premier Native American artist. He serves as an effective ambassador in reaching new concert audiences, consistently drawing capacity houses. Nakai is a seven-time Grammy Award nominee. In 2005, he collaborated with Keola Beamer on the release Our Beloved Land. Listen to Carlos perform “Sentient Beings” with Nawang Khechog.

Peter Kater is a pianist/composer who has received six Grammy Award nominations. He has written music for well over 100 television and film productions and on and off-Broadway dramatic plays and is a recipient of the prestigious Environmental Leadership Award from the United Nations. Watch Peter perform “Spirit” live in concert.

 


Maui Earth Day Broadcast May 1, 2011

May 1, 2011

awesome day the broadcasts are over

Belly Dance

archived footage is available on ustream & livestream check out the recorded videos

Archived video for USTREAM.TV

Archived video  LIVESTREAM.COM

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Scheduled broadcast May 1, 2011  10:00AM-5:00PM Hawaii Standard Time

Time zone converter

Computer users and cell phone users  have separate access

To learn more about festival lineup on May 1, 2011 go to  mauiearthday.org

 

 

Sony HXRMC50U Field Test Humpback Whale Mugging March 10, 2011

April 1, 2011
Testing the Sony HXRMC50U with 2 channel audio external microphone. Humpback Whales approach our boat and swim under in Maui Hawaii.
Production of NKO.ORG, Executive Producer Ellen M. Laura.