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July 22, 1989 | CHARLES STROUSE, Times Staff Writer
At the crack of dawn Friday, hundreds of surfers dialed a Huntington Beach company trying to get a line on the gnarliest swells and raddest rides from San Francisco to San Diego. Could this be the latest wave in telecommunications? Pacific Bell hopes so. And so does Surfline Inc., the firm that this week became the first to provide information over Pacific Bell's new "900" telephone service.
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July 31, 1990 | JONATHAN WEBER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When he began tracking storms in the Pacific Ocean in the late 1970s, Seal Beach surfer Sean Collins was just trying to figure out how he could catch the best waves on the beaches of Baja. He hardly imagined that a decade later he would be a key player in Orange County's burgeoning surf industry and a veritable guru who--for better or worse--has revolutionized the quest for the perfect wave.
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July 31, 1990 | JONATHAN WEBER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When he began tracking storms in the Pacific Ocean in the late 1970s, Seal Beach surfer Sean Collins was just trying to figure out how he could catch the best waves on the beaches of Baja. He hardly imagined that a decade later he would be a key player in Orange County's burgeoning surf industry and a veritable guru who--for better or worse--has revolutionized the quest for the perfect wave.
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July 22, 1989 | CHARLES STROUSE, Times Staff Writer
At the crack of dawn Friday, hundreds of surfers dialed a Huntington Beach company trying to get a line on the gnarliest swells and raddest rides from San Francisco to San Diego. Could this be the latest wave in telecommunications? Pacific Bell hopes so. And so does Surfline Inc., the firm that this week became the first to provide information over Pacific Bell's new "900" telephone service.
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