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I have been working on this project for about 2 months and been getting great support and references from all the aikidoka here. I was wondering i would like some feedback from everyone to help me here . is there enough interest on Aikido on the big island to warrant a possible book ? I am a novice at this and have no journalism skills just a digital recorder and a desire to find history . What would be great questions to ask the senior aikidoka here ? I have found some very interesting facts and stories from a lot of them and some great lost pictures too . Please some feedback would be much appreiciated. Thank you .