This week on The Bugcast: a beverage debate, jobs for juniors, poisonous putty, unsuitable behaviour, and 8 amazing tracks of Creative Commons music!
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- The Spin Wires – Reckless – from Buffalo, NY – source
- Chris Poe-T & The Ravens – I Know – from Athens, Greece – source
- Barefoot McCoy – Heartbreak Queen – from Columbus, OH – source
- Campbells – The Mistake – from Carbonia, Sardinia – source
- No, Really – Breathing On Another Planet – from Murfreesboro, TN – source
- Bajo Calle – One – from Santiago de Cali, Colombia – source
- Always The Alibi – I Love How You Loved Me – from Dallas-Fort Worth, TX – source
- Jack & The Lemons – U Give Me The Blues – from Breckerfeld, Germany – source
Intro: Chris Juergensen – Bug Lips
Outro: Mark Marshall – Man Walking
BBC News: Amazon removes magnetic putty from website over arsenic fears
ft.com: Presidents Club
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Nice discussion! Ask any coffee geek, and they’ll tell you that pods are not the way to go. For absolute freshness, the (as fresh as possible) coffee beans should be ground in a mill just before you make a brew. Buy a cafetiere/French press for a slightly earthy cup or V60 or Chemex for a nice, clean pourover experience. As for tea, Karoline should try Milk Oolong and then start exploring the great world of Darjeeling and Nilgiri before buying some loose Japanese green tea (which is just ace). Just be careful of the infusion times and water temperatures – they’re crucial to having a great cuppa.
As you can probably guess, I’m a tea and coffee nerd, and I administer a page on Facebook and Twitter.
What’s more, I’m writing this from my Arch Linux box, which should please Dave.