HiUP #54 – Lifecasting

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18 Responses to HiUP #54 – Lifecasting

  1. mitchell says:

    I’m commenting on this before I’ve heard the whole cast, but:

    Another reason stats like Education Week’s can be deceptive is that some states count their “graduates” differently from others. I don’t know how Education Week collected its data, but in some states, if a student drops out and says he or she “intends to earn a G.E.D.,” the states don’t count that as a dropout, even without following up to see if the G.E.D. was ever earned.

  2. NemesisVex says:

    Whoa. I’m so glad Salt Lake Blvd. was expanded around the location of the old Costco because I remember the clusterfuck of traffic on the weekends when it was open. The residents around that neighborhood were pretty much locked in.

    I’ve got a Target down the street from my apartment. It’s safe to say I’m furnished mostly by Target. If Hawai`i ever gets an IKEA, I might consider moving back.

  3. ET says:

    Wow a podcast!!?? Now I guess it’s time for me to do one. I am saving this podcast for tomorrow morning at work so I will comment more later.


  4. V.Brown says:

    GREAT to hear you back again Ryan! I remember talking to you a few weeks ago and you said how busy lifecasting has made you lately, but nice to see you got a break to do a podcast.

    A hui ho,

  5. Ryan and Jen,
    Welcome back. Loved the podcast. I’m going to have to check out more of Doolin Rakes. I love Irish music. I agree Donnie Darko was interesting and mind blowing but a little too dark for me, but worth seeing once. Keep up the good work and by the way my name is pronounced like Jeff but it is the original British spelling (short for Geoffrey like Geoffrey Chaucer or Geoffrey Beene)


  6. Bill A. says:

    Hi Jen and Ryan,

    I’m currently listening to your podcast. I MISS HEARING YOUR PODCASTS!!! I think they are always great. My girlfriend and I were just in HI for 2 weeks visiting with her daughter son in law and grand children. I wish we could have met up but finding time was very hard. Anywho I am glad you did a podcast as I miss them. I watch you at work on Hawaiigeek.tv alot.

    Bill in Moorestown, NJ … 🙂

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  8. Ryan

    I am an old Palolo boy moved to Minnesota. Ya I know!

    You have a great hawaian voice. I am looking for a Short spot from Hawaii to give the listeners a taste of the Islands on there ears. I fell on your podcast by accedet surfing the net and hit the lip and man, you droped into my wave. But no big thing Brah.

    Pop me an email if you may be intrested in doing a short spot. We can talk about it.

    Pop on to http://djerice.blogspot.com/ to here the show and what I do.

    Mahalo for your time.

    Hope to chat with you soon.

  9. rachel says:

    Please release another podcast! It’s been almost a year since I’ve heard Hawaiiup, that is so hard to believe. I miss hearing the awesome music you play and your movie reviews and Hawaii news!

  10. I second Rachel’s post. I know you’ve got other projects and ways to express yourself these days… and with the Transmission broadcasting again I’m happy as a clam… but I do miss HawaiiUP.

    Oh, and my son will be born in a matter of weeks. I might just need a new HawaiiUP t-shirt. We’ll just have to wait and see.


  11. - says:

    Ryan, it been one year since I hear HawaiiUp. I miss you bra. (how’s my pidgeon?)

  12. Bill A. says:

    Ryan sir it is time for another Hawaiiup. Rachel I say ditto to.

  13. Mr. Aloha says:

    Ryan, +1 for another HawaiiUp. You always did such an excellent job with each and every show.

  14. Ramone says:

    I still miss HawaiiUp.

  15. Mr. Aloha says:

    Now that LOST is over, will HawaiiUp return?

  16. Mr. Aloha Says says:

    Ironic the Lifecasting episode marked the end.

  17. Ryan says:

    Of this one podcast, yes. But “The Transmission” continued for another three years, and my wife and I just started our newest show, “Popspotting.”

  18. Mr. Aloha says:

    I still miss HawaiiUp.

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