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Live from Kaua’i Tsunami Alert

Here’s some of the live coverage from the tsumami on Sunday.

It was the island’s largest entertainer this year. It brought more views than the Jewish rapper. I think the next big thing is Startup Weekend, Hawaii!

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Kaua’i Big Wind & Waves: March 1

Surf News Network.

First, thank you for the safety wishes and lots of prayers for us down here in Kaua’i. �God heard you and we were spared, and continue to pray for Chile and Japan, who may be next on the tsunami wave radar. �

We are so thankful that the tsunami did not hit the Hawaiian islands. �We are all prepared and ready. �If anything ever does happen, we have a Free Store where you could send stuff ahead of time; we’ll be activating a disaster plan soon, send stuff anytime to: Free Store Kauai in Kapa’a, HI.Follow/Friend @freestorekauai�. �This is Hawaii, but like any city/state we have people in need; desperate need actually — especially of shoes/slippers and Toddler Girl’s & Boy’s clothing. �

We do have some really big surf and winds today, tonight and tomorrow from a storm 800 miles away. �My friend Merri, an avid surfer, stays away from the surf in these conditions, she said “It reminds me of the hurricane”. �She’s been on island for over 20 years. �

At any rate, just wanted to give you guys this information. If you know anything about any storm coming or have any weather knowledge of how this could affect us, please TWEET @kauaiday.��The wind is intriguing for Kiters like Pete, but I bet he’s even steering clear because they gust, then die down. �If the wind dies, the kite goes down, leaving kiters in the ocean– not fun – experienced Kiters like Pete (I call them The Wind Chasers) know all the tricks on how to get to shore or catch the next gust. �

So, from Kauai, we’re all safe and sound – today there’s no one on the beach, it’s really rough and the tide has been up all day with the gusty winds. �It reminds me of the Texas Coast – and Galveston Bay’s choppy water�before Hurricane Ike. It�helps to have some hurricane experience, ’round these parts…. cause ‘ya just never know. �

Keep an eye out for us – our island is the furthest West, and the first one to get the North winds.�

Mahalo!

via Kaua’i Big Wind & Waves: March 1.

 
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Posted by on February 28, 2010 in Blogroll, Cool Things

 

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Hawaii & Startup Weekend

Hawaii Startup Weekend.

We’re so excited that Startup Weekend is coming to Kaua’i! Our cast is actively involved in putting together some adventure and shows during this conference at The Hyatt.  See you there!

We will be launching the Making the Brand Show on March 17, 2010. Don’t forget to tune in for clips from Marc & Clint about their new project in Haiti!

 

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Kauai Trip Giveaways, Hawaiian Music and Hula Highlighted at Special Events This Week in Los Angeles | SYS-CON MEDIA

Kauai Trip Giveaways, Hawaiian Music and Hula Highlighted at Special Events This Week in Los Angeles | SYS-CON MEDIA.

 
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Posted by on February 13, 2010 in Blogroll

 

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Hawaii Startup Weekend

Hawaii Startup Weekend.

Yes, It is official.  Our first island Adventure campaign will begin with Startup Weekend, March 12-14.  We will show them around the island and they’ll probably brainstorm how to save the world…. right here, in Kauai!

More to come! Aloha!

Check out where we might be.

 

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Great Post by Mindeliver Media

Life is Fleeting so Connect | Mindeliver Media.

I really like this company and am excited to partner with them for our branding, talent search and touring service.  This is what the web is all about.  Finding people with talent and promoting fun, adventures that help people break free.  An island vacation with our people is one of the most memorable experiences of a life time.  Not to mention all the fun we’ll have producing shows!

Mahalo @mindeliver Great Post!

Kauaiday

 

CNN Political Ticker: All politics, all the time Blog Archive – A very Hawaiian holiday celebration « – Blogs from CNN.com

CNN Political Ticker: All politics, all the time Blog Archive – A very Hawaiian holiday celebration « – Blogs from CNN.com.

 
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Posted by on December 25, 2009 in Blogroll