Bookmarks for January 4th
When I’m not blogging, I’m browsing. Here are sites and pages that I bookmarked on January 4th:
- Obama bringing renewed interest to Hawaii: However Obama’s ties to Hawaii are measured, his impact on isle tourism – especially during one of the darkest times in Hawaii’s visitor industry – is worth more than peanuts to the state’s lead industry.
- Rich claim 95% of tax credits for investing in Hawaii tech industry: QuantcastIndividuals with incomes of $200,000 or more claimed $56.8 million in technology investment tax credits in 2006, according to recently released figures. That’s more than 95 percent of all technology investment tax credits claimed by individuals that year.
- Hawaii Tech 5.0: Documenting the development of the technology industry in Hawaii. Legislation, infrastructure, programs, industry associations, funding resources, research & development, and of course the entrepreneurs and companies, all shaped the growth of this emerging industry.
- Music streaming service Spotify wins early fans: Spotify is a lean, downloadable application that lets users stream music instantly from its library–a library built with the blessing of EMI Music, Sony BMG, Universal Music Group, Warner Music Group, and some smaller record labels.
- Wakoopa: Most Used Apps of 2008 – ReadWriteWeb: Wakoopa, a social network for software enthusiasts, has released a list of the most used applications of 2008 based on the usage of its members. Wakoopa has also identified newcomers that showed prolific growth during 2008.
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