Everyone but me probably already knows this, but after having an issue with one of my stale and hand selected mirrors in on my server, I discovered that putting
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A coworker finally put me over the edge with his sexist comments. Reminded me of this.
I never have this conversation with my boss… Nooooooo.
This. Less gravy, but the rest of it applies.
It just means more time on the bike, right?
I don’t know, I think this is just going to encourage me to eat more to net zero!
Aah, another sighting of Comic Sans in the wild.
I won’t miss supporting it.
Fitting with my post about fussy coffee, this history of the AeroPress (and Aerobie) was a really interesting read. I remember the first time I was looking up the AeroPress, I was confused why it was listed on a website that looked like it hadn’t been redesigned since the late ’90s and was shown next to the Superdiscs and footballs I played with in my friends’ backyards.
I’m a few days (ok, a week) behind on my RSS feeds, and when I see the 300+ badge in ReadKit, I get upset with myself. Somehow, it never occurred to me that I should just turn off the unread count.
Can you blame people for enjoying a simple, automatic, one-button system, considering the alternatives that we keep making ever more complicated, fussy, and demanding of their time and technique?
I love enjoying fussy coffee, but I also love walking out in the morning in a zombie state, slamming a K-Cup into my machine, hitting the button, and a minute later is a
fresh cup of coffee waiting for me. The alternative, grinding beans, setting up the Melitta, getting the grounds into the Melitta without dumping them everywhere, heating water, pouring, and cleaning up, is a lot of work for 6 am.
The My K-Cup and other similar devices don’t work for me either, since they too are work.
Maybe with the K-Cup patent expiring someone will make an at-home K-Cup maker… using some of those fancy environmentally friendly materials. Let me spend some time on the weekend grinding and packing K-Cups with beans of my choice to drink during the week.