Category Archive: Lackeys

Second Groundspeak Boss Mega-Excited

UPDATE: NZ MEGA 2012 Groundspeak’s Jeremy Irish isn’t the only lackey headed to New Zealand’s first Mega event. Company co-founder Bryan Roth – shown here in typical Kiwi farming attire – has posted his own ‘Will Attend’ log for GC35TTR and told It’s Not About The Numbers that he was excited about travelling Down Under …

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A Big Party Weekend At Groundspeak

It seems our friends at Groundspeak have a few things to celebrate this weekend. Facebook tells us that Jon Stanley (aka Moun10Bike, the man who invented geocoins) celebrated his birthday on November 19th. We’re also informed that Geocaching.com co-founder Jeremy Irish celebrates his birthday just a few days later on the 21st. But if that wasn’t …

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Are You Game To Help Groundspeak?

Groundspeak has a new game it wants to play with you – Twenty Questions. In its weekly newsletter, the Seattle company asks geocachers to complete its new Groundspeak Member Survey so that staff can set goals for the coming 18 months. “Each October, the Groundspeak lackeys commence planning for the following year. We want you …

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Speaking Of Ground-Breaking Stuff …

Groundspeak’s moving on up in the world – or at least a little sideways. And if the photograph above of the company’s new lobby is anything to judge by, its latest digs are pretty flash. According to its Latitude 47 blog, about 60 lackeys spent last Tuesday packing up their desks and loading boxes to shift Groundspeak …

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Groundspeak Block Party: Live From The Lily Pad

Washington’s Glen Silvers (GC handle: valleyAGs47) also volunteered to be our lackey at the Groundspeak Block Party. He reports: “This event was truly not about the numbers; this was a celebration of the geocaching community. The new Lily pad is in a unique part of Seattle called Fremont, sitting below the I-5 and Fremont St …

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