Monthly Archive: May 2007

Aloha, Mahalo.com

Aloha, Mahalo.com

Perennial übergeek Jason Calcanis — “Entrepreneur in Action” at Sequoia Capital and founder and former CEO of Weblogs, Inc. — today unveiled his latest brainchild: Mahalo.com. He apparently secured the domain last November, before he knew what he’d ultimately do with it… a tendency I know very well. But he soon found...

First Hawaiian Bank’s Stock Offering

First Hawaiian Bank’s Stock Offering

Work with video often enough, and you become very familiar with “stock footage.” Generic, cut-and-paste clips that can fill out a project. Just like the good ol’ days of clip art, though, some images quickly become overused. I was amused to see some familiar faces in a recent television commercial...

Flickr Ticker Eye Candy

Flickr Ticker Eye Candy

Whether or not you’re a Flickr user, you need to check out Gary Cohen’s Flickr Ticker. It’s an elegant presentation of Flickr photos (reminiscent of the Apple TV screen saver). Powered by JavaScript and Flash, Flickr Ticker is simple yet sexy. Load it up in the browser of your choice...

Towel Day, Interrupted

Towel Day, Interrupted

Yesterday was the seventh annual Towel Day, an international celebration of late author Douglas Adams, perhaps best known for The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. Now, Adams is my all-time favorite author. His Hitchhiker’s series shaped much of my outlook on life, his writing inspiring much of my own. The...

Bloggers are Journalists are Bloggers

Bloggers are Journalists are Bloggers

The never-ending debate as to whether bloggers are journalists (and therefore entitled to some of the protections afforded the press) has surfaced in Hawaii. Malia Zimmerman, former mainstream journalist turned “online journal” editor, has been hit with a subpoena to reveal her sources in stories on the Kaloko dam tragedy...