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Archive for June, 2005

HiUP #15 – Doc in a Box

Saturday, June 18th, 2005

Show number fifteen carries me into Father’s Day weekend. Only had time for one of two planned songs, but it’s a good one. Finally, another food feature, this one at Nick’s Cafe in Mapunapuna. And Jen reviews the boob tube. A few podcasting updates and shout-outs round out the episode.

In this show:

Special thanks to Akamai Brain Collective for providing our theme song. To download this episode, click the “Pod” icon below to get it via Coral cache, or cut-and-paste the following URL to grab the local file:

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HiUP #14 – Peacocks and Blogs

Friday, June 10th, 2005

Show number fourteen brings me back with an extra large dose of local news. An incredible singer songwriter is featured this week, the wife checks in with some movie talk, and some local geeks talk blogs.

In this show:

  • 01:00 HawaiiUP Menu
  • 01:35 HawaiiUP Headlines:
    Home Prices, Peter-Boy, Maui Cliff Lawsuit, Peacocks, Mass Transit Stalled, Hoku Awards
  • 17:00 “Not The One” from She by Kika
  • 22:30 The Pith of Pop – The Podcast Edition:
    “Shaun of the Dead,” “Napoleon Dynamite”
  • 29:15 Blogging and Podcasting with the IABC
    Peter Kay, Burt Lum, Roxanne Darling, Videoblog

Special thanks to Akamai Brain Collective for providing our theme song. To download this episode, click the “Pod” icon below to get it via Coral cache, or cut-and-paste the following URL to grab the local file:

http://www.hawaiiup.com/wp-content/hawaiiup20050610.mp3

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Break

Friday, June 3rd, 2005

No show this week, though I’ve been busy hunting for more great local music to showcase. Watch the music page for updates. It was a short week, anyway, and I think three shows a month — that is, taking a periodic break — feels like a good pace to keep for this podcast. For those who are hungry for any little byte of the islands, be sure to check out my videoblog. Like HawaiiUP, it’s as much personal as it is local, and I’ve enjoyed playing with video when my audio mojo fizzles.