No HOV lane on Kal hwy. Traffi…

No HOV lane on Kal hwy. Traffic going be horrific

I’m giving a presentation to t…

I’m giving a presentation to teachers today about the future of education. Do you have anything you’d like me to share with them?

Windows 7 running more than 64 logical processors

And here I thought I was the big man on campus running my desktop PC with 8 logical processors. Check out this graphic below. This is really only designed for server-class machines but you know how that goes; pretty soon we’ll have 64 processors not only on our desk but probably the mobile phone.

Below is the Windows 7 Task Manager CPU performance tab on a system with 160 logical processors.

CPU Usage History table contains 160 tiny cells, each showing a moving line graph of usage.

Google Apps finally get Google Plus. Yippie!

I’m a huge fan of Google apps and was continually frustrated in connecting my native Google Apps account to Google Plus. I had to workaround it and use my personal Gmail account. I’m glad that’s over. Google finally enabled Google+ inside Google Apps and business users everywhere are cheering


Hawaii coverage of Steve Jobs

Special thanks to Lisa Kubota and photographer “Peter” for giving me the chance to put in my two cents on Steve Jobs passing.

Unlimited iPhone Data for Sprint: $80/mo

I know many Sprint customers who wanted an iPhone will be happy to know that they can have their unlimited cake for $79.99/mo. This includes 450 minutes. I’ve got a similar plan on Sprint (for my EVO 4G) and because this plan (of mine) has unlimited mobile to mobile minutes AND most of my phone calls are to other mobile phones, I’m usually way under my limit every month. It’s a great deal.

I’ve read other reports saying that Sprint “bet the farm” on the iPhone4s so good luck to them

Sprint will indeed offer unlimited

Today’s way of fully understan…

Today’s way of fully understanding one’s impact: witness the velocity of the twitterstream for “Steve Jobs”

Aloha Steve Jobs…

Aloha Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs: his memory will be eternal

Steve Jobs was more than just a a tech industry visionary and genius. Historians will see him in the same genre as the Henry Fords and Nelson Rockefellers. Let’s just think about what Apple-channeling-Steve brought to our world: from a strictly product perspective: Apple ][, Mac, iPod, iPhone, iPad, and iTunes. From a cultural perspective, he brought us the personal computer, the mp3 music player for the rest of us, the smartphone for the rest of us, the tablet for the rest of us, legitimized digital music and movie downloads, and he essentially led the entertainment and telecom industry into the 21st century. I count myself fortunate to have been at the right place at the right time to have not only witnessed this history, but to have played an active role in it, starting my tech career with assembly language programming the hardware in the Apple ][.

The nearest possible relevant comparison is Bill Gates. Even though Gates is a giant in the industry, he doesn’t even begin to compare to what Steve brought to our world.

When one passes on, the Orthodox Christians say, “May his memory be eternal”. Regardless of your belief system, the memory and legendary “Reality Distortion Field” of Steve Jobs will eternal as the man that represents more than any other our entrance into the 21st century.

Aloha, Steve Jobs


Paul Weinstein: your business …

Paul Weinstein: your business life is meeting your personal life at your phone and that is opening up big opptys #hawaiivc