I'm still in the midst of my travels, but I'm staying at a friend's house where I've managed to get online and just wanted to post and say what a great time I had visiting the HubPages office last week. It was great to actually meet all the guys, what a friendly bunch! And thanks for lunch too, it was great to get a burrito fix after so much time away.
Paul, it was really great to talk with you about the site. It's so rare these days that the end users get to chat with the founders of companies and share what the experience is like on the other end.
I've still got two weeks of travel to go, so everybody keep hubbing and I'll catch you all again in November!
Relache, Thanks for coming in! We enjoyed the visit and all the insights. Enjoy your vacation.
Wow! - a visit to Hub Pages office sounds like fun!
Wow you actually got to go to HubPages HQ. Cool!
Did you have to sign some documents swearing you to secrecy?
Did you take some pictures to share with us?
Hey, gang! I'm finally back in Seattle. Whew, what an adventure!
And my latest claim to bragging rights is.... I got to meet somelikeitscott just this past Monday when I was in Las Vegas!
As for pictures of HubPages HQ, my camera was dead that day, but the Hub guys did take a pic, which I hope they send to me so I can make a hub about it.... (hint, hint)
Thanks for sending me a copy, Jason! I just added it to my Relache hub.
I guess it's time to find out who else from this site I can meet in person. Any other Hub authors in the Seattle area....?
Nice photo........I only know Paul E. Paul Deeds and Jayson.... Who are the other guys? it is nice to know who are the men behind HubPages.....
thanks guys !!!!
Jason is the kind of guy any .com company will kill for!(I do not think he is not of normal stature! )
Hey thanks, for the pic! Finally we get to see to whom we have to be grateful!
Cheerful angels, too!
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