My RSS feeds this morning contained some really great articles and discussions. I have many RSS feeds and blogs that I am subscribed to that I check in the morning. Now, its a cold morning here in Ohio, and sometimes I wish that on a day like today I could sit down with a cup of tea and talk with Jonathan Snook, Jeff Croft, and Roger Johansson.

Not to leave others out, I would also like to invite Jina Bolton, Stephen and Aaron, and Simon Collison (simply because his last book lets me know he enjoys tea).

So, what do you guys think? Tea party at my house? (I know I know, its Ohio…) I am always up for guests and good conversation (even if you aren’t in the list of names above).

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  1. Jina Bolton September 20th, 2006

    I've never been to Ohio, but it could be fun. I'm always up for good tea.

    If Stephen or Aaron drives, I'll tag along. ;)

  2. Jonathan Snook September 20th, 2006

    I've never been to Ohio either so a stop there would be decent. I'll be there, say, around 2:00? ;)

  3. Nathan Smith September 20th, 2006

    I see how it is. Man, you think you know a guy. I'd accept, but since I didn't get an invite, well then.

  4. Nate Klaiber September 20th, 2006

    RE: Jina
    You need to help me convince them to visit. Although, Stephen and I have talked about fried pickles at a restaurant in Memphis. Maybe ill have to make the trip sometime!

    RE: Jonathan
    Im not sure Ohio is really a 'decent' stop, unless you find corn fields really exciting!

    RE: Nathan
    Man, you are TOTALLY invited. That goes without saying :) As a disclaimer, anyone with the same name as me is always included in an invitation. he.

  5. Nathan Smith September 20th, 2006

    Awesome man, good to know. There will be a Nathan synergy - a force to be reckoned with.

  6. Aaron B. September 20th, 2006

    Now, you know we've tried to get you to come to Memphis several times! :)

  7. Andrew Herron September 21st, 2006

    Wow! You live near Canton too!

    Well, actually, I live near Canton, MI (Metro Detroit).

    And you know, depending on just how big your backyard is, I don't think anyone has even done an outdoor WebDev conference...

    If you ever venture up to D-Town, send a note and we can meet up...though I can't possibly imagine why you'd want to come here. ;)

  8. Mike Basten September 26th, 2006

    Hey Nate,

    I read your post on Church Marketing Sucks. I find the numbers about 35 year olds on myspace and the fact they are trying to still market it to 'all' people pretty pethetic . Im 22, I find myself too old for something where 16 year olds are expressing themselves much the way I did with my generations MySpace... mtv.

    'MyKin' we built it around responsibility and family. We are really trying to get it moving. Feel free to check it out, let me know what you think. I spent about the last 9 months working on it, the last 4 were spent promoting it out of a 1971 vw bus.

    Best Regards,

  9. billyjulie September 26th, 2006

    seriously. we gave you like 2 hours.

    obviously we are not friends.

  10. games September 30th, 2006

    Awesome man, good to know.

  11. Heather October 13th, 2006

    Hmmmmmmm.....Tea with your big sis....sounds like a date you should make! I know nothing of web developing, but I DO know four VERY interesting people of whom we could have wonderful discussions! P.S.......They'd LOVE to have a date with you as well!!! Love. Me

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