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The Hub to end all Hubs

Updated on June 9, 2015

Rub-A-Dub-Dub there certainly are a lot of different types of hubs. Prior to the dawn of the up and coming World Wide Web, the only type of hub that I could really think of was the one which was connected to a moving wheel. However along with the new age of the Internet came all sorts of different kinds of hub names, which are becoming more and more popular each and every day now out there on the World Wide Web.

Now of coarse I totally realize that first there's the good old hub pages, and without it you wouldn't be reading this little tid bit of information which I created for you all here. I've been a happy member of the hub page's for around four years now, but there's so much more out there on the Internet these days which is connected to the magical word "HUB".

The list goes on and on with names like the StubHub, which is an online marketplace, which provides services for people who want to sell or buy tickets for sporting events, concerts, the theater and other live entertainment events. HubSpot is an all-in-one inbound marketing software company that helps businesses generate more leads online. They are just one click away at this link -

Other examples are the TSC Student Hub, which is the Alpha Omega Student Center. It's a place where students can come and hang out, play games, and eat some food from the cafe. You can find them at - TSC Student HUB

The Artist Hub is a special place where artists and musicians from all around the world can upload their songs, videos, texts, pics, etc., and it will be distributed to other sites for them.

There's now a channel on satellite television called "HUB", and there's also Hub Network which is another official Facebook page, and is a TV network for kids and their families. It is a totally child friendly stop on the Internet, which is filled with colorful pictures, MLP games, a hub television schedule, and lots of other child friendly activities. It a must for your bookmarked favorites.

Then there's a handy new device that's called Hubman, who is compatible with most USB devices, and quickly turns one USB port into four more 2.0 high-speed ports complete with LED lights indicating it's status. There's a port in each hand, and one in each of Hubman's feet. I could go on and on forever with many more examples of just how the word Hub has been transformed by the Internet, but I think you get the idea by now of just what all of the hub-bub is about, and I hope you now have a different perspective of what that little three lettered word "HUB" is all about now.

Can you think of any other great word combinations with the word Hub in it?

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      William Leverne Smith 4 years ago from Hollister, MO

      The title certainly brought me in. Thanks for sharing. I enjoy the wide variety of subjects you cover. I've taken the exact opposite approach here, and only write about my "The Homeplace Saga" stories - but, being historical fiction family saga stories... there is almost no end to subjects that can come up... guess it is not so restricted, after all. About to start a Book Blog Tour for "Christmas at the Homeplace" - trying to think of a Hub word that fits... in the meantime...

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      Raitu Disong 4 years ago

      Nice pics!


      It's all about hub man:)

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      drbj and sherry 4 years ago from south Florida

      Love Hubpages and love the Hubman, ths.

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      Kathi 4 years ago from Saugatuck Michigan

      Hub a dub dub another great article with the latest hubbub!!

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      breakfastpop 4 years ago

      Wow, it's a hub fest out there!

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      Jim Higgins 4 years ago from Eugene, Oregon

      Who knew there were so many "hubs" out there in the Ethernet? Up!

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      Alan R Lancaster 4 years ago from Forest Gate, London E7, U K (ex-pat Yorkshire)

      Much too short for an entertaining piece like this, Hole Story! Let's have some more info, if that's possible, like dates and market share? I'm sure you can rustle up some more info where that came from!

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      Angela Blair 4 years ago from Central Texas

      I'd never thought about all the "hub" words! Very interesting piece! Best/Sis

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      Victor W. Kwok 4 years ago from Hawaii

      Great hub! And nice use of pictures.