Just to add on a bit: the method itself wasn't named by Cubicle or Michael, and both it and its name are completely a creation of our forum denizens.Hawaiian Kociemba was originally created as an elaborate April Fool's joke by TheCubicle.com. In a video titled, "Michael Humuhumunukunukuapua'a's International Debut", a man was shown in Hawaii solving a 3x3 consistently under 5 seconds using a new method called Hawaiian Kociemba. Brayden Mossey, known online on the SpeedSolving forums as wir3sandfir3s, looked at reconstructions of some of the solves in the video and attempted to decipher his method. What he created was the current Hawaiian Kociemba method, except that originally the missing edge in the EOArrow was DR.
(For the record, I think "Hawaiian Kociemba" is a stupid name, and have thought that for the past four years. The biggest problem is that the name reflects neither the origins of the method nor the actual meat of it—the solves by "Michael" (actually done by Rowe) were completely set up scrambles that were fundamentally based on CFOP, and the method has little to do with the Kociemba algorithm per se. And if you were going to name a thing after someone (someone who even visits these forums occasionally!), it seems like a pretty good idea to at least ask them if they mind having their name attached to it, and I don't think that was ever done.)