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Software engineer Raymond Berger begins his work day at 5 a.m., before the sun comes up over Hawaii. Now that Hawaii's economy is reeling from dramatically fewer tourists, a group of state officials and community leaders wants more people like Berger to help provide an alternative to relying on short-term visitors. Coinciding with the approach of winter in other parts of the U.S., “Movers & Shakas" — a reference to the Hawaii term for the “hang loose" hand gesture — launches Sunday as a campaign to attract former residents and those from elsewhere to set up remote offices with a view.