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Have you learned any interesting facts from reading questions or articles on Hubgarden?

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I think we all learn a lot from HG.
We are not too big, so interaction is at this moment a great component.
I have learnt a good few tips, and it gives me ideas....Being one of the senior members, I hope that I am able to also give back in what I also know.
There are for me not any one question or fact, but many that help make this a rich learning ground.
I've learned quite a few things so far. Other things have been brought to my notice.
I've learned a lot of topical information about entertainment, and about writing online. Also bits about how the entertainment business works. I've learned a bit about Australia, and a decent amount about cooking that I didn't know.
I don't think I have learnt anything new but I am certainly having a good time interacting with everybody here.
Yes, and I like the way we learn them.
Most interesting fact: do 2 people think the same way about everything? it seems more likely that each person thinks and knows something a little different than the other.
A good thing I'm sure. Very boring if this wasn't so.
Yes, it's very interesting seeing others' replies. It proves we all have a mind of our own!

In my replies' I hope folk can 'learn' something, as the imputation of knowledge is wonderful, I think.
These folk who've information, but don't want to 'share' are selfish. Had a bloke at work like that, who didn't want to give info to others', kept it all to himself, so he couldn't lose his 'knowledge base' & 'power'!
Many decades' later to the above scenario, he came to my workplace, & I was the one who had to teach HIM different procedures! I taught him all I knew, so I got 'karma' on him, so to speak! Good feeling definitely, for me.
by donjo
Just interesting is the top picture, (& I realise it's a file photo), in that, there's no way I could have books so higgledy-piggledy in my Library!

Firstly, they'd ALL be facing the same diecection.
2ndly, they'd be in numerical order order, &
3rdly, the Atlas would be with other Atlases', in order!
OCD, somewhat, but at least I wouldn't have to go searching for a particular book.

This is how my Lounge Library was organised, & it was one of my greatest pleasures, to look at, & read my beautiful collection!
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