The Conversation: Friday, March 2nd, 2018
Changing Workplace Etiquette; Collecting Tourism Data; Past and Future of Nuclear Weapons; Masters of the Currents
Changing Workplace Etiquette
Many of the sexual harassment scandals that have surfaced through the #meToo movement have occurred in the workplace. The movement shows no signs of going away, and that means workers of both genders need to refine a kind of workplace etiquette that can’t be misunderstood
Intro Music: Love Shack (Instrumental) by The B-52's
Outro Music: Stay Young by NE-HI
Collecting Tourism Data
Tourism is big business in Hawaii, but like every industry, it needs data to run smoothly. A local research company is teaming up with a travel giant to move visitor data collection beyond the ubiquitous survey.
Intro Music: Weekend Dance #2 by G. Love and Special Sauce
Outro Music: Jumbo Jet by Shout Out Louds
Civil Beat Reality Check
For more than two decades, the Manoa Innovation Center has been synonymous with the state’s High Technology Development Corp. But now, the University of Hawaii’s technology development office is taking over the center, and HTDC soon will merely be a tenant. Without rent income from tenants, HTDC will soon run out of money.
Outro Music: Shipwreck by Rich Robinson
The Beginning and End of the Bomb
The beginning and end of the bomb. It’s a thought-provoking exhibit that opens at the Kapiolani Community College library next week. The show grew out of the 50th anniversary of nuclear war and included the years of nuclear testing in the Pacific.
Outro Music: You Got Me by The Generationals
Masters of the Currents
Masters of the Currents is a collaborative theater production showcasing the Micronesian Community’s struggles in today’s Hawaii and its heroic past as master navigators.
Intro Music: Spaceship by Comet Blue
Outro Music: Live Practice Performance, island of Romonum (Chuuk) - Field recordings by David Fanshawe