Boing Boing: Tethered to your Coffee Pot

Cory Doctorow posts on tethering… using technology to leash you to a particular product [read, blades for your razor, music for your iPod, or coffee for your pod machine. You knew there had to be coffee here somewhere, right?] The root of the post links to a...

Colombia Imports Coffee!

Maybe it’s those new Juan Valdez branded Colombian coffee shops…  Whatever the reason, for the first time ever, Colombia’s coffee federation is importing its own coffee. “We are going to buy coffee from the stocks of Colombian...

Cowboy Coffee, Redux

To follow-up on the recent Camp Coffee post, a Cowboy Coffee primer from the fine folks at I Need Coffee… “I’ve seen all manner of camping coffee devices for sale. I’ve finished my whole pot of coffee while friends were still waiting for their...

In Rwanda, Normalcy its Own Reward

The New York Times offers an account of international projects that are making an effort to reach out to coffee growers in Rwanda, as well as a view to how growers are launching their own bootstrap initiatives. A critical part of these projects: sharing the rewards...

Camp Coffee, Not Cowboy Coffee

Ah, camping. Sleeping under starry skies in wide open spaces. One with Nature. Nothing to disturb you but, er… bugs, bears, brambles and bumpy rocks under your sleeping bag. And rain… don’t forget the rain.  For many of...
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