When I write something new on my gemlog or import an older blog entry, sometimes I’ll also import…

When I write something new on my gemlog or import an older blog entry, sometimes I’ll also import related posts so I can link within the #gemini capsule instead of out to the web.

I was importing a post on how functional memorabilia is both irreplaceable and easily replaceable depending on how you look at it, and it mentioned my #Mozilla #Coffee mug – which I still have.

Gemlog: (Ir)replaceable?
Blog: (Ir)replaceable?

On Wandering.shop

But yeah, Mozilla Coffee was briefly a thing, back in 2003-2004. It wasn’t a run by Mozilla, it was someone who had a mail-order coffee business who branded some of it and donated half the profits to the Mozilla Foundation.

Gemlog: Remembering Mozilla Coffee
Blog posts tagged Mozilla Coffee

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I went a bit overboard with finding whimsical “adventures” for the Flickr panda…

I went a bit overboard with finding #whimsical “adventures” for the Flickr #panda during their planned downtime to disentangle from Yahoo’s datacenter. I think I’ll go with the #coffee mug shot once uploads are working again.

Full 12-photo “Good Panda” gallery on my blog.
Complete Flickr gallery.

#cartoon #construction #signs #CautionSign

On Pixelfed.social
Linked on Twitter

Field Museum: Too. Much. Coffee! 😆 ☕☕☕☕☕

@sohkamyung@mstdn.io wrote:

Bwhahaha! More ‘coffee emotions’ in the twitter thread. 🙂

“Field Museum @FieldMuseum
Too. Much. Coffee. 😳”

“These watercolors were painted by Chinese artists during the mid-19th century and sold to Western customers in port cities of Hong Kong, Macao, and Canton. They’re imaginary birds but with some real #MondayMood feelings.”

#Humour #FieldMuseum #Coffee

On Mstdn.io

@sohkamyung These are great!

On Wandering.shop

This whole thread is great! 😆

☕☕☕☕☕

On Twitter

Email from @peetscoffee: “Coffee first, then back to school” – yeah, that sounds about right.

Email from @peetscoffee: “Coffee first, then back to school” – yeah, that sounds about right.

On Twitter

Though “Send them back to school with coffee” sounds like it might not be the best idea for a five-year-old… #isthereanymorecoffee

On Twitter

Pixar knows how to advertise with coffee

Pixar knows how to advertise with coffee.

Normally I don’t like these glossy coffee sleeves because they don’t insulate very well (plus the ads tend to be just irrelevant), but I like the thought put into this one.

#coffee #ads #pixar #disney #coffeecup #InsideOut

Pixar knows how to advertise with coffee.

Normally I don’t like these glossy coffee sleeves because they don’t insulate very well (plus the ads tend to be just irrelevant), but I like the thought put into this one.

#coffee #ads #pixar #disney #coffeecup #InsideOut

On Twitter
On K2R

I like Peet’s coffee in general, and I’m not a fan of McDonald’s, but comparing…

standupforfresh.tumblr.com

SRSLY? Look, I like Peet’s coffee in general, and I’m not a fan of McDonald’s, but comparing their new iced blended coffee as containing “Double strength, fresh-brewed coffee” compared to *every ingredient* in a McCafe down to the guar gum goes beyond disingenuous.

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Starbucks art. A bit meta, since both the art and the logo depict a two tailed mermaid with a crown…

#Starbucks art. A bit meta, since both the art and the logo depict a two tailed #mermaid with a crown, and the two circular light sources in the piece resemble the circular light in the room and the logo itself. #coffee #coffeeshop

#Starbucks art. A bit meta, since both the art and the logo depict a two tailed #mermaid with a crown, and the two circular light sources in the piece resemble the circular light in the room and the logo itself. #coffee #coffeeshop

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