The new Data.Honolulu.gov site takes the city’s transparency efforts “to the next level,” expanding upon the “CAN-DO” portal it unveiled last March.
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July 24th, 2012 by Ryan Ozawa · 3 Comments · Government, Technology, The Web
July 1st, 2012 by Ryan Ozawa · No Comments · Government, Technology
Honolulu Mayor Peter Carlisle has directed all city department and agency heads to support its open data initatives. And now, Honolulu’s engagement with the national “Code For America” program has now brought three new web apps for citizens.
April 29th, 2012 by Ryan Ozawa · No Comments · Events, Technology
Startup Weekend Honolulu went down over a 54-hour jam session in Kakaako, in conjunction with other Startup Weekend events happening around the world. The goal? To pitch, design, code and launch a startup in less than three days. The event was hosted at The Greenhouse Innovation Hub on Auahi Street. On Friday, several ideas were proposed, [...]
September 14th, 2010 by Ryan Ozawa · 3 Comments · Business, Hawaii, Technology
Our cost of living is high, our wages are low, and our barriers to business are substantial. But smart and creative people? We’ve got those in droves. Honolulu is among the top ten metropolitan areas in the nation when it comes to the density of its “human capital” and “creative class.” This according to University [...]
January 3rd, 2009 by Ryan Ozawa · 1 Comment · Hawaii, People, Technology
Roz Savage, who hopes to set records and raise environmental awareness by rowing solo across the Pacific Ocean, is putting out a call for help. Her high tech rowboat, The Brocade, is in desperate need of shelter while it awaits Phase 2 of her voyage. “I urgently need to find covered storage for my boat [...]
December 26th, 2008 by Ryan Ozawa · 2 Comments · Events, Hawaii, Media, Television, The Web
At about 7 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 26, a lightning storm over Honolulu apparently knocked out electricity for almost the entire island of O’ahu. As people from Waikiki to Kaneohe were plunged into darkness, those that still had battery operated gadgets gathered and shared information online to determine the extent of the blackout. Of course, [...]
November 9th, 2008 by Ryan Ozawa · 9 Comments · Events, Family, Music
UPDATE: A special $20 discount is propagating on Twitter. If you’re thinking of checking out “Saltimbanco,” be sure to use the special link and save! Acrobats, gymnasts, dancers, a cyclist, a juggler and jester, and hapless subjects pulled from the audience. Around them, a kaleidoscope stage, and behind them, a live band. At “Saltimbanco,” I [...]
October 12th, 2008 by Ryan Ozawa · 4 Comments · Family, Hawaii, People, Video
Diamond Head Hike from hawaii on Vimeo. Yesterday, I joined my 10-year-old daughter, Katie, on a hike up Diamond Head, one of Hawaii’s most recognizable landmarks and a popular local attraction. The hike was organized by her Girl Scout troop (Hawaii Troop #84), and we were joined by seven other girls, another dad, and Troop [...]
July 29th, 2008 by Ryan Ozawa · No Comments · Events, Technology, The Web
If you’re not on Twitter, you may not have heard: a member of the Seesmic team is in Honolulu, and several local geeks are turning out to welcome her and enjoy some terrific tech talkstory. Sukhjit, who hosts the Seesmic video show “Unboxing,” will be at the Aloha Tower Marketplace food court at 5 p.m. [...]
July 15th, 2008 by Ryan Ozawa · 4 Comments · Events, Family, Food, Hawaii
Makiki is one of Honolulu’s most densely populated neighborhoods, making Makiki District Park a green jewel in a crowd of high-rises and busy streets. We used to live a block away, and the park was a life saver for our young family. Plenty of people used the park, and its had its share of bumps [...]