Has anyone of you actually made friends and/or met with fellow hubbers?
I'm just curious. The community is full of great and friendly people. I'm just wondering if any of you had the chance to meet with fellow hubbers, or made friends with them not just in the cyberspace.
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I have met some great friends out here! Seriously great ones.... Met a few on skype and most on FB but not any one in person
I have not. Last year a few people (a couple of HP staffers and a few Hubbers) got together at "HubCamp" (I think that's what it was being called then) not far from me; but I had something else going on that conflicted with it. That was one thing because the staff were involved. When it comes down to it, though, if it weren't something that involved people like HP staff (or staff from whatever site I was dealing with), I'm not all that comfortable with the idea of meeting "online people" in person.
Pretty much the only socializing I do online is whatever I do on, say, the HP forums (and that's not really "socializing" much, needless to say). My socializing is all done offline.
I am sure all those who comment on my hubs and become followers are actually friends. It's very encouraging.
I have not. However, it sounds great, and is defintiely something I look forward to down the road.
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