Monthly Archive: March 2002

Though I hate to eliminate the last remaining shred of a possibility that I might be a humble man, I just have to say I think I really outdid myself with my latest crazy web project: HawaiiStories. In short, it’s a community weblog. Ideally, it’ll really bring together the many...

Oh man. Those new Nixon tapes are priceless. “Do you know what happened to the Romans? The last six Roman emperors were fags… You know what happened to the popes? It’s all right that popes were laying the nuns.” Nixon seems to have earnestly believed that civilization was on the...

So OHA is taking another swing at a comprehensive Native Hawaiian registry, this time via a standardized ID card and a few buckaroos to boost their visibility. While centralized management of anything so diverse and politically sensitive, by default, makes me (and others) nervous, on the other hand I can...

Priceless. A non-escribitionist’s encounter with a notably self-masturbatory online diarist. The gist? Woman goes on date. Woman looks up guy on Google after date. Woman finds date describing her distressingly long tongue on his web journal. Says she, “There should be a law about these people with web diaries or...

Why is it that I’m catching up on everything online except my online journal (and, perhaps, overdue e-mail to cherished friends)? Anyway. Updated the IsleTies ‘burb of Hawaii journals/diaries/blogs, and even created a trio of goofy buttons:

Sunday, CBS is bringing us 9/11, a documentary of sorts of the Sept. 11 attack on the World Trade Center in New York, filmed through the lenses of two French film students and including footage that, until the broadcast, was seen only by a few hundred firefighters and government officials....

Microcontent news has done a couple of thought-provoking pieces on the phenomenon of weblogging and how it’s affecting what’s found on the web – specifically, via Google. Basically, they’ve now covered the “good side” and the “dark side.” Of course, the first thing I did after I read the section...

Boy, those kids at the Honolulu Advertiser are really on the ball. Front page news in today’s edition: Group says Honolulu ‘mean’ to homeless people. The story, about a national report that ranks the city among the nation’s worst in its treatment of the poor and homeless, sounded familiar —...