Aquaculture Hub: Easily & quickly locate aquaculture farms, education and research institutes, and more from around the world. Get the site information in one touch and call them directly with the next touch. A free product produced by the University of Hawaii Aquaculture Program that advocates for free information to all. Enjoy. Continue reading Aquaculture Hub
What Chefs Eat: Ever wonder what Hawaii’s top chefs eat on their nights off? What Chefs Eat iPhone app gives you the scoop! From only-in-Hawaii favorites to the best spots for ramen and late-night eats, What Chefs Eat brings you the places and foods savored by Hawaii’s best palates. Continue reading What Chefs Eat
Mathogens are falling out of the sky. Pop as many as you can before the timer runs out. Use your brain to add, subtract, multiply, and divide your way out of trouble. Pick whichever math you want to focus on through a simple menu. Play the game faster to get higher scores. Challenge your friends to beat your score. Kids and adults love Mathogen. MATHOGEN … Continue reading Mathogen
PencilBot Preschool Feed Me! is a series developed by teachers and parents who love to make learning fun! This simple, easy-to-use game can be enjoyed by children and their parents as they play along. Feed the little monster the correct “food” he is thinking of and unlock trophies for your trophy case! Go to www.pencilbot.com for more details. Feed the monster the wrong item and … Continue reading Feed Me!
Malama Card: Want to save money at dozens of stores and businesses around Hawai‘i? The Mālama Card app from Kamehameha Schools makes it easy to locate participating Mālama Card merchants. Whether you want to pay less for a haircut, a gift, or a safety check for your car, the Mālama Card app can help. And with the app’s virtual Mālama Card, there’s no need for … Continue reading Malama Card
Pidgin 101: Pidgin English derived from the various ethnic groups that worked Hawaii’s plantations. The creole English of the Hawaiians, Japanese, Chinese, Portuguese, Koreans, Puerto Ricans, Samoans, Filipinos and other ethnicities made up what many Hawaii locals have grown up speaking. Pidgin is part of Hawaii’s culture and heritage. Please use it with respect and “No just make anykine!” – Lanai Continue reading Pidgin 101