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Blogging the Aloha State
Blogging the Aloha State

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"Looking back at 365 days of blog posts, documenting everything from the local tech industry to my family’s occasional shenanigans, I’m certain there’s a poignant lesson and great epiphany to be had. Right now, though, as the illegal fireworks startle our cats in relatively peaceful Mililani on New Year’s Eve, the only thought that’s reverberating through my head is, “What was I thinking?”"

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For this morning’s Geek Beat segment on Hawaii News Now‘s Sunrise morning show, we covered three apps to help you keep those New Year's resolutions.

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The Big Island coffee farm founded by a former California winemaker and family man has launched its online store to ship its unique Kona coffee varieties to coffee lovers worldwide.

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The annual job fair is timed to reverse some of the supposed ‘brain drain,’ catching lost talent when they’re back in the islands visiting family.

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A steamy, flour-covered, and ultimately tasty New Year's tradition. #mochitsuki   #mochi   #hawaii  

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KeyReply, a Blue Startups company, found the time to build a new chat widget for websites. Try it out, and drop me a line, using your favorite apps.

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Bringing a little extra Christmas joy to the children of “Puʻuhonua o Waiʻanae.” the Waianae Harbor Village. #waianae   #hawaii  

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If you’ll indulge a sentimental dad on Christmas Eve, I invite you to enjoy a few minutes of teen-powered music. #mililani  

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Hawaii is blessed with some of the best drinking water in the country, if not the world. Rainwater filtered through volcanic rock for a quarter of a century stands up well through anything industrially “ozonated” and bottled. But not everyone is so lucky. #W4TWR  

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Driving through downtown this week, I was suddenly and briefly transported to Saigon circa 1971. It turns out about a block of Chinatown near Kekaulike Market was a filming location for “Kong: Skull Island,” a big-budget monster movie due out in 2017. #KongSkullIsland
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