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Today on Bytemarks Cafe, with the growing dependence on Internet services, we’ll explore where all this data and content is being served from? We’ll talk about data centers, content aggregation and the cloud and learn how this infrastructure is critical to Hawaii’s survival.

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Flickr / pedrosimoes7

What to expect as driver licensing centers reopen; Returning to regular health visits; COVID-19 crisis also affecting mental health; Hawaiian Telcom on increased Internet demand; Internet access creates disparities in distance learning

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Find out how a grassroots effort got started in Hawaii to help kids get connected to the Internet. On this edition of Bytemarks Café, learn how a project called WiFi on Wheels aims to use inactive school buses to bring Internet access to families without broadband.

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Sandwich Isles Communications began auctioning off its assets last week to pay off hundreds of millions of dollars in debt. The once-exclusive provider of telecom services to Hawaiian home lands also faces legal trouble, and Hawaiʻi lawmakers are worried services to homesteaders could be interrupted.

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Learn how data centers and other key infrastructure help make the Internet work. On this edition of Bytemarks Café, a discussion about how facilities that house servers, routers and fiber optic cabling help to deliver the content and applications we love to our devices.

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Internet on Reservations; Water on Europa; Safer Windows for Military Housing; KCC Culinary Champs; Arts Update

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On this edition of Bytemarks Café, a rebroadcast of the December 26th episode where Burt gets a chance to find out about one of Hawaiʻi's best kept secrets: the Pacific Telecom Council's annual conference. This conference not only brings together the international community of telecom and internet professionals, but it also is the place to learn about the latest tech trends.

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Today on Bytemarks Café, Burt gets a chance to find out about one of Hawaiʻi's best kept secrets: the Pacific Telecom Council's annual conference. This conference not only brings together the international community of telecom and internet professionals, but it also is the place to learn about the latest tech trends.

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Negative Space / Pexels

Criticism of the government is a daily occurrence on line in this country. But that’s not the case everywhere. And leaders in one nation in the Asia Pacific are taking new steps to crack down on views they don’t like. HPR’s Bill Dorman has more in today’s Asia Minute.

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Flickr / Jeremy Keith

  Today on Bytemarks Café, we’ll find out what benefits and concerns occur when more devices are connected to the Internet. We’ll talk about the Internet of Things and explore it’s technical and social implications.

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The Next Web / Flickr

How much time do you spend online? For a growing number of people, the answer to that question is “too much.” And a recent conference in Asia addressed some of the issues involved in that behavior. HPR’s Bill Dorman has more in today’s Asia Minute.

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Tropical Storm Darby is gone, but humid weather lingers across much of the state. Teams are also cleaning up after some extensive flooding. Recent floods in China have been much more destructive—and apparently have led to a crackdown on the news media. HPR’s Bill Dorman explains in today’s Asia Minute. 

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Flickr / visionshare

If you’re planning to go online at some point today, you’ll have a lot of company. The latest figures show more than 80% of Americans use the internet. That’s nearly double the rate in China—but China’s figures are growing. HPR’s Bill Dorman has more in today’s Asia Minute.