Monday, December 31, 2001

Punk uke tabs Link Discuss (Thanks, Gary Peare!)
Picture of L. Ron Hubbard's beloved ukulele. Link Discuss (Thanks, Gary Peare!)
Nice little uke-related article about a generous and genial George Harrison in Fiji. Link Discuss (Thanks, Gary Peare!)

Friday, December 28, 2001

Silly little uke site with a photo tour of the Kamaka factory. (I wonder how the Kamaka guys get any work done with all the people who come around to take pictures of the factory for their sites!) Link Discuss (Thanks, Gary Peare!)

Tuesday, December 18, 2001

Here's a question: if there were a beautiful ukulele-enthusiast's magazine full of stories about past and present ukulele players and makers, as well as articles about neat old ukulele sheet music, playing tips, and information about conventions, shows, and dealers, would you subscribe (at four issues per year for $25)? Tell me here.
Neat photo tour of the Kamaka factory. Link Discuss
Kamaka's new uke is a beaut. Check out that pearl logo! Link Discuss (Thanks, Gary Peare!)
Short history of the Martin Uke. Link Discuss (Thanks, Gary Peare!)

Thursday, December 13, 2001

I would love to find out who the regular readers of Ukulelia are. This site gets about 40-50 visitors each day. Please write a little about yourself here.

Tuesday, December 11, 2001

Here's another article about vintage Hawaiian music, from UK Online. Link Discuss

Monday, December 10, 2001

Good SF Weekly article about Vintage Hawaiian music. I'm going to buy the MP3 CD mentioned in the article: "WAIKIKI IS GOOD ENOUGH FOR ME." 188 Hawaiian 78's on one MP3 CD for $20!
Link Discuss
I want to buy a new computer. To make money, I am drawing cartoon characters and putting them on iron-on transfer paper, and selling them on eBay. Each iron-on will be one of a kind; once it's sold, that's it. Link (For a better look at the image, click here) Discuss

Wednesday, December 05, 2001 editor Annna spends a week writing about the ukulele, and offers some of songs in MP3 format, such as "Psycho Killer" and Devo's "Gates of Steel." Link Discuss (Thanks, Gary Peare!)
Pineapple Princess is (was?) a San Francisco-based uke band. Here's an old Hotwired story about them. Link Discuss (Thanks, Gary Peare!)
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