Thursday, January 29, 2009

The mining cabin

mining cabin officeAndrew Hyde, Boulder entrepreneur, has a mining cabin office. In fact, if you google "mining cabin", his comes up as the top entry. (I guess mining cabins are old enough that they're not on the internet much.)

His office is part of skinnycorp, the host for Blogcamp Boulder last weekend. If you're ever in Boulder, I'm sure they would welcome a visit. And you don't need to be skinny to enter.

Anyhow, I thought it was a very creative approach to office-ness. (How can you make your office space more interesting?)

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I put up a little colourful elephant, made of beads put next to one another and then ironed by my eldest son

Ovial.

Paul Merrill said...

I must say, Ovial, that your comment is the strangest one I've gotten in a while. Sounds almost like it was written by a spam generator - and a creative one, at that.

Thanks for dropping by!

Anonymous said...

Sandy and Willma Heckman in Windsor have a mining tunnel, complete with ore cart, leading to their downstairs media temple. Amazing.