Loving Workhouse Coffee
[Drew B's take on tech PR] If you're ever in Reading, where I live, and in need of a coffee there's a place I've just found and would v v highly recommend. It gets a few mentions on some blogs (locals here, here and here seem to love it - this guy walks five miles just to get some coffee there), even though it's not been open long, so that's got to be a good sign.
[Coffeetothepeople.blogspot.com] Peace, Love, and Coffee: So I was cruising the blog world, trying to get a sense of what people are saying about Coffee to the People, when I discovered that there is a small, but vocal crowd of cynics out there insinuating that the political orientation of our shop is some kind of marketing gimmick rather than an authentic act of progressive political activism (see mao, xcorpuscristix, fruitcakebear, et al). As somebody who has spent most of my life working on political causes that I care about (during the 1990's I interned for Rep.
[Peacelovecoffee.com] let it flow”¦: While I forsook long ago any hope of commercial intrigue at such gatherings, I’ve found that, without fail, I walk away encouraged by the vision, both collective and individual, of coffee people. There is also usually a diamond in the rough - someone I’ve never met, who I never expected to meet, who is doing something that flips some kind of new switch in my mind…
[Danielhumphries.livejournal.com] Daniel's Coffee Blog: and there are some rather dubious ideas floating around that most people reading this blog will spot as anti-shibboleths, and which seem to disprove any Dawkins/Gladwell theory on the superiority of persistent memes (such as "espresso must be dark roasted," or "the customer is always right, even when she wants a 20-ounce no-foam, sugar-free hazelnut cappuccino.")
[Coffee-makers-cafe.blogspot.com] Coffee Makers Cafe Blog: Welcome to the blogging pages of the Coffee Makers Cafe Website. For heaps of tips on coffee and espresso making, plus articles about coffee, espresso machines, coffee grinders, roasters, cappuccino machines, milk frothers and more...
[Coffeeswirls.com] CoffeeSwirls: Honestly, I have no idea what we will do with the Christmas tree when it comes down. As you can imagine, we have had to do a massive amount of inventory work to determine what we could take with us and what we could do without.
Posted at December 19, 2006 12:54 AM
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