When you get a bunch of geeks together a lot of information gets pass along very quickly. Luckily this month's lunch attendance was small where the six of us, @pineapplejuice
, could claim a table at La Pizza Rina
. Even so, there is no way I can record all that info. So what I did this month is try to curate my notes. Here's what we came up with:
- If you want to find out about what is happening in the social media scene you must check out @Hawaii's new website Hawaii Social Media.com. You'll find up to date highlights on events, workshops and the occasional provocative article about SM in the local media.
- And if it's the bon dance schedule you are looking for go to @champuru's BonDance.com.
- Carolyhi59 brought up DomoDoesTheWorld.com. A creative group collaboration that chronicles the adventures of Domo.
- Madmarv reminded me about Unconferenz 2011 and the fact that it is only 5 months away. Tentatively we are looking at the 3rd week in Feb 2011. I will be more specific as soon as I hear back from KCC.
- We also talked about the end of Metromix and the rise of Nonstop Honolulu. They are going to give TGIF in the Star-Advertiser a run for their money. Nonstop Honolulu has strong sociable personalities whereas TGIF is pretty nondescript. I'm not even sure who is behind their Twitter account.
- Madmarv remembers we talked about DVR to DVD recording. Fringe. Social media in politics. Furloughs. A smidgen of gadget geeking. Civil beat.
- Carolyhi59 tweets us: My DVR is a Toshiba HDD/DVR model # RD-XS52SU. It's at least 5 yrs old. I found it on Amazon.com. 🙂
- Hawaii said he advocated just getting a DVD recorder, available at Costco and Walmart. Otherwise, TiVo all the way!
- Pineapplejuice recalls us talking about: Mufi's flyer, and how that self-described social media expert said that no (political) campaign was using social media effectively, general mobile device show-and-tell, and geolocation services - Foursquare, Gowalla, and now Facebook Places - and how FP doesn't work on my phone for some reason.
- Exbor tweeted the fact that we got into deep conversations with the group. He also reminded me that we talked about Google's new Phone Service and suggested this Lifehacker tip.
That's it for now. If you are interested in finding out about the next Bytemarks Lunch, just sign up for the Bytemarks Yahoogroup
and you will get the notifications. Some of you might think Yahoogroups is old school but back in 2003 when we started the group, Yahoogroups was it! Mahalo to @hawaii for these lunchtime photos