"because it's essentially running on Juneau time"
There's local time, which is very different than mainland time and also different than population center time.
As a gentle comment, haole is often used in a negative fashion, I wouldn't use it except as a descriptor with people I know. Malahini perhaps better describes people who have no knowledge of Hawai'ian.
IP often seems to work for identification, maybe not 100%.
The cultural differences will be important, both in lower population numbers and computer usage. Family and family involvement are far more predominant than anything I've seen in Western U.S. media.