Monday, December 17, 2012

Town Dancer Blog

The Numbah One dance blog on these Islands is the Town Dancer Blog. Since I cannot carry a blog by myself, Town Dancer is lucky that they have Calvin Ota, (Mr. Blogger) as Administrator and Guest Author. Fortunate also to have Richard Sun as Guest Author who enjoys covering live music on this island.

"You are the books your read - the films you watch, the music you listen to -
the people you meet - the dreams you have - the conversations you engage in.
 You are what you take from these."
Town Dancer is now at over 200 average hits per day. That is the equivalent of 6000 hits per month. That is not bad at all for being out here in the middle of the Pacific. TD blog seems to cover the entire island of Oahu and at times reports on off island dancing such as the Blackpool Dance Festival in England. What would happen if we just got one more guest author, Wow!
"Tiny Bubbles" by Don Ho

Nothing on the neighbor islands yet, though Oahu And Beyond Blog has been trying without success. They don't seem to be willing to share. The big experiment is yet to come when we get Town Dancer ready for independence. Completely on its own and with their own administrators and guest authors and beholden to no one, they could conceivably run up the hits to 500 per day. Meanwhile, you can take a look, just click the name of any blog in the side bar and it will appear like magic on your screen.

The "C" and the #40 with Articulated buses (one tandem) and the entire Waianae Coast
does not need the rail. Who needs it? The crooks that are gonna make billions and
billions of dollars on it, that's who. How many voters got suckered in on dis deal?

The Waianae Coast is still sputtering for us. Nuttin' li' dis evah happened before. For any of our local friends wanting to get in this blog, we are extending South to all of Nanakuli and North to include Laulualei. Anybody in there would like to be included, Welcome. Information and photos that you are willing to share with your neighbors. We are gonna get there.

"Morning Dew" by Melveen Leed

At any rate it is all there about to take place next year some time. I have no idea who is going to do it but I hope they find out that I am willing to help. That what social media and blogging is all about.

Pub's Side Note: Ordinary Communication Media - To whom it may concern - one way, newsletters, email flyers, web sites, advertising. They do their jobs.