here are a few to look at:
anyway, every single kid's scratch was awesome. they were able to pick up the technology very quickly. they did great!
hopefully, we can continue teaching kids scratch.
Ironically, our wage cost index is much lower than other top states. That means we pay our people less than those who live New York or even Alaska. We then have trouble finding people because they can’t afford to live here.
[peopleware] tells stories-vignettes such as the tale of the furniture police. we need to do more of this in universities, and pass on the wisdom of the panelist and peopleware by telling more stories in our cs classes.
sharing is awesome. blogging is sharing to some degree. i like the 10 second knowledge thing as much things as you can fit in your day. --aaron via twitter
In Hawaii, you have to listen, you have to be a good listener. You need to pay attention to relationships and how relationships are all connected here. And you need to have a certain kind of humility. And humility does not mean that you don't have courage or a certain kind of self-confidence. Hawaii is a people place and if people don't feel you respect them or don't care about them enough to think about them, it is really hard to lead here. --Kelvin Taketa in Hawaii Business Magazine
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