I love coffee. Nothing new there. Last week I was in Brussels for a meeting, so I stopped off in the duty free shops on my way home to get a few bits and pieces. Of course “duty free” isn’t true these days, as you only really get those kind of prices when you’re flying […]
The Fitbit Force, which is the latest Fitbit device, is now available to order in the US. It’s not available in other markets as far as I can tell and the US orders are currently showing a 4 to 6 week waiting time on deliveries. The Force brings back the ability to measure how many […]
According to a report on The Verge, Fitbit is working on a new version of their tracker. The new model will be an upgrade to the current “flex” and will add back the ability to track stairs climbed. It will also, apparently, have a watch function. Personally I miss the altimeter function that the Fitbit […]
The freezer compartment of my fridge freezer isn’t exactly “big”. Once you put a few frozen vegetables and leftover mince etc., in it you run out of space. This has been annoying me for months, as I end up not being able to freeze items that would be suitable to freeze. I don’t like going […]
Apparently today is “Coffee Day” in several countries around the world. The fact that it falls on a Sunday is unfortunate, as it’s probably the day when people drink less coffee (apart from Saturday) I tend to drink most coffee during weekdays, as I need the “kick” more, though I do drink coffee at the […]
Wired have produced a short video explaining what is in a coffee ie. beyond coffee and water, what are the various elements in coffee and what do they actually do. Enjoy!
I quite like grapefruit. Sure, it’s a lot more bitter than orange, but the bitter taste sort of adds to its attraction. Yesterday I picked up a few grapefruit specifically for juicing, but I wanted to add something else to them. So carrot and ginger seemed like a reasonably good idea. The end result was […]