Posts Tagged ‘ coffee ’

NanoBriefing 11 March 2012

Mar 11th, 2012 | By

Changing your DNA – this is about something good ! Exercise and if you need…coffee. Well, it’s another part of the component list of life.  




NanoBriefing 27 January 2012

Jan 27th, 2012 | By

Cafe society – the Cafe Scene. Coffee in London in the 1950’s.  Eight minutes of cafe history (courtesy Swiss Miss blog). London gets espresso, cappuccino and a place to go  




Coffee at a café in Chippenham, England

Nov 24th, 2011 | By
Chippenham - Cafe with view of shopping opportunities

The girl who reads is here.   The man who recommends something to everyone and usually, but not this morn, wears a jogging outfit is here.   The rather sour-faced server, who is when she summons it up jollier than that, is here.   Through the window I see the shops that are struggling, strung
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CappuccinoIndex by Roger Ellman

Jul 29th, 2011 | By
The Cappuccino Index by Roger Ellman

This is the candidate to replace the 25 year old Economist Big Mac index This is the new index! A combined measure of a (single/short/small size) cappuccino served both IN and for Take-Out/Take-away in each country. The IN and Take Out combination serves to reduce factors such as VAT for IN service, increased charges especially
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How to waste an hour trying to fix your keyboard (A.K.A., Hold on! there must be another screw!)

Mar 31st, 2011 | By

Yesterday, for the first time in my life, I spilled tea on my keyboard. Don’t worry, my desktop keyboard, not my laptop (phew!). Anyway, Roger, with his panther-like reflexes, immediately grabbed and flipped my keyboard upside down, so the tea would drain out of it. I got towels, wiped everything, tested the keyboard, everything seemed
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