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Big plans for a big cable

October 27, 2013 We had a chance Thursday to meet with representatives of the Hawaii State Energy Office to discuss the proposed 112-mile underwater cable that would link Maui and Oahu’s power grids. more »»

Things could be a lot worse

October 26, 2013 As faithful readers know, we occasionally relate unusual stories to make you feel better about your lot in life. So, even if there are a few bumps in your road, be thankful you are not: 1. more »»

’14 candidates start to emerge

October 25, 2013 Well, here we are a little over a year from the 2014 election where all council seats and the mayor’s job will be up for grabs. We know a little bit about who is running, but not too muc. more »»

Trouble in spy land

October 24, 2013 You may have thought that at least one redeeming factor in the National Security Agency’s collection of information from all over the country and the world is that it is electronic data and,... more »»

Don’t you love legends

October 23, 2013 Carol Burnett finally won the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor. “This is very encouraging,” Burnett told the audience at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts on Sunday night. more »»

An offer you can refuse

October 22, 2013 “You have been pre-approved for the new Quadruple Miles Anytime Card from DisMasterVis. more »»

Steve Jobs and newspapers

October 21, 2013 As Apple stock goes up and down and questions abound about its new iPhone 5C and operating system IOS7, it is worth noting that we are coming up on the second anniversary of the death of Steve Jobs. more »»

Something is familiar II

October 20, 2013 We wrote an editorial last year comparing the Wednesday morning after Election Day to the movie “Groundhog Da. more »»

Number one — still and again

October 19, 2013 Well, you have to hand it to readers of Conde Nast Traveler — they know a good thing when they see it. more »»

Comfort is on hold

October 18, 2013 A few months ago we were playing golf with a friend when a Boeing 757 leaving Kahului Airport flew overhead. “There goes the worst, most uncomfortable plane that ever flew,” our friend remarked. more »»

Not a matter for a vote

October 17, 2013 It is disturbing that some of the people protesting the special session of the Legislature that will deal with the rights of gays and lesbians to marry would like to see the measure put to popular... more »»

All talk, no listen

October 16, 2013 If you are like most people who use a computer, your email is probably riddled with all kinds of pieces forwarded by friends or acquaintances. more »»

Avoiding the real problem

October 15, 2013 Thursday is the deadline for extending the United States’ debt ceiling. Senate leaders Mitch McConnell and Harry Reid are working to reach a compromise. more »»

Sort of a holiday

October 14, 2013 Today is one of those sort-of holidays. Title 5 of the United States Code set aside the second Monday of October as Columbus Day. more »»

Troublemakers in cyberspace

October 13, 2013 We are always amazed when smart people turn to criminal — or even just malicious — endeavors. Probably there is no better example of wasted brains than computer viruse. more »»

Odds and ends on a Saturday

October 12, 2013 Thursday we wrote a little piece here about raising the national debt ceiling. more »»

Domestic Violence Awareness Month

October 11, 2013 October has been declared Domestic Violence Awareness Month in Maui County. According to a recent story in The Maui News, there were 4,753 abuse incidents last year in our county reported to police. more »»

Clock ticking, money wasting

October 10, 2013 Well, it’s Tuesday afternoon at 3:48 and according to the U.S. National Debt Clock the country is in hock to the tune of $16,968,054,960. more »»

Welcome to the whales

October 9, 2013 The first whales of the season have already been spotted in Maui’s water. more »»

A missed opportunity?

October 8, 2013 Back in more naive days (more than three years ago), we wrote often in this space that a light rail system from Central Maui to the resort areas should be considered. more »»

 
 

 

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