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At 8:19pm on June 22, 2009, Sherwin Gao said…
Hi Mika,

I did go back to Yokohama and Yokohama Chukagai during spring break! I have a friend who is like a grandmother to me there, so I went to visit. Yokohama is also very pretty, I really liked the harbor area and Minato Mirai 21. I found this Japanese photographer who take amazing photos of Yokohama, and I use his photos as my backgrounds; his site is http://www.yokohama-photo.jp/ if you're interested!

It seems like both you and Dan have lived/traveled in many places, I hope I will have a chance to do so in the future too :)

- Sherwin
At 9:55am on June 22, 2009, Sherwin Gao said…
Hi Mika, my profile picture was taken in Nara of Japan during my spring break in March. Have you been there before? It is really beautiful there.

Thank you for pointing me to the FAQs. I see that you and Daniel have created this site. You guys did a great job! I really like it :)
At 10:30pm on June 19, 2009, Samantha Crow said…
Thank you, Mika! It was lovely to meet you.
At 8:53am on June 19, 2009, Carolyn Kaichi said…
I will, thanks!
At 8:47am on June 19, 2009, Scott Yoshinaga said…
Thanks for taking a look! I'm glad you enjoy it :-)
Hoping to get more readers all over the world.
At 12:54am on June 17, 2009, Leo Kuan said…
Hello neighbor, thanks for the welcome.
At 7:22pm on June 16, 2009, Joe Corpuz said…
Thanks Mika! will check out the groups.
At 12:18pm on June 12, 2009, Logan Henriquez said…
Thanks for the welcome. I've just launched a new news site called newsforwhatyoudo.com Its a social/collaborative news / feed reader and has groups for the various development languages. If you'd like to give it a try, it might be a good way to increase user engagement on Techhui. Below is a synopsis of why its different - you can see an example on my page where I imported it in as an RSS feed.

Many groups want an automatically updated feed of relevant news for their members to drive greater user engagement and SEO. We created a service that lets you and your members collaborate in creating this news feed. It automatically gathers news from sources you and your members specify such as member blogs and any other source on the internet. It doesn’t depend on members manually posting links or blog postings, but gathers new content automatically, giving your members a reason to come back every day. Its free for Ning groups to use and you can set it up in seconds just by importing one of our RSS feeds into the "RSS" pane in your Ning group.

Regards,

logan
At 9:07am on June 11, 2009, Matthew Mukai said…
Thanks Mika! Will look up the goups and explore around.

aloha,
Matt
At 10:20am on June 10, 2009, Eric G. Hanson said…
Thanks Mika! I will check it all out. This looks as if it is a great resource with many interesting people! Aloha!
At 10:13am on June 10, 2009, Doug Hagan said…
Thanks for the welcome. I'm a Flex freelancer on the north shore of Maui. I would have liked to come over for the Flex session this weekend, but can't make it, maybe next time.
At 6:26am on June 10, 2009, William Song said…
tyty~~~
At 5:56am on June 9, 2009, Peter Gois III said…
Thanks for the welcome!
At 9:09am on May 14, 2009, Jarret Toyama said…
Aloha and mahalo for the info and the warm welcome. Jarret.
At 1:05pm on May 12, 2009, Nick Mann said…
Much mahalo for the warm welcoming, Mika!!

I am very much looking forward to connecting with the other members and forging positive win/win relationships.

Hope your week is off to a fantastic start!! Wishing you a productive, successful and happy week in paradise.

Aaaaalloooohhaaaaa!! :-}
At 11:44am on May 12, 2009, Joseph Morin said…
Thanks! Are you coming to the Tweet Up on Saturday?
At 2:58pm on May 5, 2009, Richard Bowles said…
Mahalo Mika
At 11:12am on May 4, 2009, Trond Borg said…
Mahalo Mika - this site looks awesome. I try to brew all kinds of different styles of beer, and experiement with something new in every batch. My favorites are dark beers like Stouts and Porters, especially when adding coffee and/or chocolate to them. But my number one favorite is a strong Indian Pale Ale with lots of hops, which I probably brew every 3 times or so :) It's a great hobby, and very suitable for geeky people like myself hahaha
At 10:57am on May 4, 2009, Kelly Mitchell said…
Hello Mika, Thanks so much for the warm welcome. Looking forward to learning more. Thanks! Kelly
At 6:44pm on April 30, 2009, John LeBlanc said…
Thanks for the note! We enjoyed our visit and look forward to seeing more of you. Aloha!

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