University of Hawaii officials traveled to Washington this week to lobby reps from the National Archives about locating the Barack Obama Presidential Library and Museum in the islands instead of Chicago or some other hibiscus-deficient place. This was just the latest step in a fight for the library that began within weeks of Obama’s swearing-in ceremony, when “early bets” called it for the University of Chicago campus. Undaunted, the Hawaiians have been using Internet technologies to try and win this thing.