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Chuck Lasker
Works at Social Kauai
Attended Clarkson University
Lives in Kalaheo, Hawaii
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Kauai Filipino Chamber of Commerce Quarterly Membership Dinner Meeting and Recognition of 2016 Scholarship Recipients. Guest Speaker: Aldrine Guerrero,International Ukulele Star and Owner of Ukulele Underground.
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I am setting up a Chamber of Commerce directory. Membership can be individual or corporate. I want to show different fields for individual and corporate members, like Company, Logo, Website, etc., only for corporate members. Is there a way to limit visibility of fields based on membership level?
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Hi +Chuck Lasker! You cannot set visibility for an individual field, but you can set it for each box or tab. By suitably arranging the information into boxes, you can display those fields based on membership level. Note that the information on the first tab has to be the same for all levels.
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Yes, I suppose if your fear is alien invasion, we should all arm ourselves. Because an alien race that has the technology to travel across light years to attack our tiny planet will be so vulnerable to bullets. I think I'll stick to caring about mass shootings of humans by humans.
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There are three different scholarship categories. Application deadline: Must be postmarked by Wednesday, April 13, 2016.
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Even on Kauai we like television. Even better? Winning a television!
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I love how all you have to do is let them talk. There's nothing we can do to cause more harm to the anti-GMO activists than just letting them speak.
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Education
  • Clarkson University
    Electronics Engineering, 1980 - 1984
  • Comsewogue Senior High School
    Geekiness, 1976 - 1980
Basic Information
Gender
Male
Looking for
Networking
Birthday
October 9
Relationship
Married
Other names
Charles
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  • Iron Desert
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Kauai, Hawaii writer, social media trainer, consultant.
Introduction

I’ve been married since 1982 - yes, to the same woman (Sharon). I work hard at my marriage, and am proud to be amongst the few that survive this long.

I have two adult sons, Brad and David. Brad is a chef, and David is an Internet consultant at LaskerConsulting.com.

I have a B.S. Degree in Electrical Engineering, but I only lasted 6 years in that career. I couldn’t stand sitting at a desk all day in a cubicle, and most of my projects ended up being cancelled before they were completed. The coolest project I worked on was the traction control and anti-lock brakes systems for the (new at the time) Saturn cars (now gone forever). The scariest project was a nuclear cruise missile radar altimeter.

After engineering, I diversified quite a bit, experimenting with what I liked and what made money. I’ve done sales, started businesses, was a VP for 10 years for a national health products company, started and sold Practical eCommerce Magazine, and have been completely independent since 2003 doing Web design & consulting, as well as affiliate marketing, training and video tutorials. During all of this, I have aspired to be a full time writer, and have written for Huffington Post, Salon.com, as well as ghost written for dozens of web sites.

In August of 2010, we moved to Kauai, Hawaii. I'm continuing my Web consultancy, and am working on Kauai-based social media training.

Bragging rights
Chosen as Official Inbound Marketing Educator by Inbound Marketing University
Work
Occupation
Writer, Consultant, Trainer
Employment
  • Social Kauai
    Owner, 2011 - present
  • DoublePlus New Media Marketing
    Consultant/Owner, 1994 - 2007
  • Developmental Natural Resources, Inc.
    Vice President of Marketing, 1994 - 2003
  • Christian Connection
    President/Owner, 1992 - 1994
  • Family Photo Company
    Territory Manager, 1990 - 1991
  • Delco Electronics
    Engineer, 1989 - 1990
  • Naval Avionics Center
    Engineer, 1985 - 1989
  • Texas Instruments
    Engineer, 1984 - 1985
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Currently
Kalaheo, Hawaii
Previously
Princeville, Hawaii - Westfield, Indiana - Indianapolis, Indiana - Lubbock, Texas - Potsdam, New York - Port Jefferson Station, New York
This Jack in the Box is super clean. The people are friendly, but sometimes a little slow, especially at the drive thru. When I go to the drive thru, I first look to see if there's a line inside. If there's not, and there's more than one or two cars in the drive thru, I go inside instead. Many fast food restaurants on Kauai hire staff that has trouble with English. I have never seen that at this Jack in the Box.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Last second decision to eat here. First time trying their food. Very good, I must say. I had jerk chicken sandwich and fries. The fries are so good, I want to marry them. Tried 4 beers. They really are very good, and I've tried many micro brews and am generally not a fan. We will be back for sure.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
This is a casual, affordable Mexican restaurant with a 5 star view. The food is great and the people are awesome. Big portions for reasonable prices. The quality is better than most Kauai Mexican restaurants, which you might not expect when you see "tacos" in their name. But the view! One of the best views on Kauai, up high so you can see Niihau. Tip: They have to close at 6pm each day because the golf course closes, so you have to order by 5:30 and be out by 6. Come for lunch, or an afternoon snack/drink.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
I'm giving Waimea Theatre 5 stars because it's perfect for what it is - a locally run, historic, small town movie theater. The seats are in good shape, the screen is as large as some multiplex screens, and the sound system is up to date. The best part, though, is the people are so friendly you feel like you're going to a party at a friend's house instead of just a movie. Tip one: Arrive a half hour before showtime to grab seats in the two rows of large, comfy chairs that feel like a living room instead of a theater. Tip two: Their best deal is the 2-Person Movie Pass for $25, which you have to ask for. It includes 2 movie tickets, 1 large popcorn. 2 medium drinks, and 2 items (hot dog, arare, or medium candy).
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
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We live about 10 minutes away and this is one of our favorite regular eating spots. The people are friendly, the food is consistently well prepared, and the prices are good for Kauai. It's family owned and operated, and you can tell by the friendly service. If you want to eat where the locals eat, this is the place. Tip: Try the Plantation Iced Tea. A refreshing fruity concoction of lilikoi, pineapple, and tea. It's 5 bucks, but free refills, and they're generous with the refills.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Every Friday evening this tiny historic town comes alive, with local food and art vendors in the streets, art galleries open with refreshments, and street entertainment on every block. It's 1960s small town Americana meets Hawaiian culture. Living in nearby Kalaheo, my wife and I attend almost every week for dinner and entertainment. Tip: Come hungry. Food trucks and booths vary slightly week to week, but there is always a great selection of snacks, meals, and desserts. As is the Hawaii way, portions are large everywhere.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Living on Kauai, we learn which resorts have the best service, the best people. We love Whalers Cove Resort for our staycations. High end, but affordable. Luxurious, but feels like a home. And the view is unmatched. This time we stayed at Whalers Cove Resort for our Valentine's Day celebration. There is no more romantic atmosphere than here.
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reviewed 2 months ago