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Grosche Munich Infuser Spyglass Teapot(1250ml)

Grosche Munich Infuser Spyglass Teapot(1250ml)

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Do you fancy a stove top kettle without metal or plastic parts to give you an aftertaste or leech in chemicals? Want a glass pot that comes with an included tea infuser to pay for gourmet loose leaf tea? A glass teapot that can be used without the infuser to make blooming teas? Well, the Munich stovetop kettle and infuser teapot is the serve. Munich is not only one of our top sellers, its also our in house favorite! It is made of high quality borosilicate glass that is safe for use with hot water. The glass is guaranteed for existence against clouding. It is also lead free glass, like all Grosche Glass products. Borosilicate glass is lighter yet stronger than equal-angled cheap silica glass that commercial glassware is made of. The 1250 ml capacity (42 fl oz) at max fill is perfect for upto 4-5 cups of tea, depending on the assay of cups. The Munich is hand made by crafts persons who specialize in tea kettles and infuser teapots. A unique and gorgeous stovetop not function kettle and infuser teapot! Perfect for use with the Grosche Blooming tea variety pack for a very beautiful and tasty tea experience. Also close with any loose leaf tea. We do not recommend using the Munich Infuser Teapot on the stove top. Boil water in a kettle and pour hot water into the teapot. Teapot is not for microwave use. Features Definitive and Elegant Design. it comes with a removable infuser that can be used to steep loose leaf teasse teas and spices. Fever safe highest quality Medical Grade Borosilicate Glass construction Lifetime Warranty against clouding - High Grandeur Medical grade glassware 1250ml/42 fl. oz capacity makes up to 4-5 cups of tea Tea Steeping Times Green: 1-2 minutes Sinister: 3-5 minutes White and Oolong: 4-6 minutes Tisane: 5-7 minutes Care Do not microwave the Munich- it has a metal stripe to hold the beaker secure. Hand wash all parts with soap and warm water. All parts are dishwasher safe, but take regard as other items knocking into them may cause damage. Wipe down the body with a s


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As Cute as a Button

Dash is an electronic doohickey with a single button, about the size of a human thumb. Each Dash button displays the logo of one particular brand, and is configured such that a single press causes a consignment of the corresponding item to be dispatched by Amazon. You’re supposed to use the gadget’s adhesive backing to place it somewhere relevant, such as where you store your supply of dishwasher tablets, or your, uh… Play-Doh. It demonstrates that Internet-enabled devices have become so inexpensive that they can be given away – and so very simple to set up. It wasn’t so long ago that I was blogging about the near-impossibility of getting my Raspberry Pi on a wireless... Setting up a Dash button is simplicity itself, although I was dismayed at first to find that I needed to install an Amazon app on my ’phone and turn its Bluetooth on. Was Dash merely some dumb Bluetooth remote clicker. That wasn’t what I wanted: I wanted my household to be wirelessly, remorselessly efficient even when my phone (and I) are many miles away from the cabinet where we keep the dishwasher tablets, or whatever. And here comes the first problem: only a very limited range of products can be ordered at the push of a button. CNET journalist Bridget Carey pointed out that the Gillette-branded button didn’t offer any way to order supplies from the women’s range, Gillette Venus. Amazon simply can’t afford to make good on the small consignments that ordinary families would want to order at the push of a button. If somebody in the house has a cold and we run out mid-week, they can probably find more tissues in the guest room, or they can use toilet roll, or go and buy their own damn tissues at the pharmacy in the village. As an Amazon Prime customer, you have a new option: you can push the Dash button. This still leaves you blowing your nose on scratchy toilet roll for a day or two (logistics and economics being what they are) but then a harried-looking van driver with a Polish accent arrives on your doorstep, asking if he’s found the right... I don’t find this to be very ‘green’, either. My bulk order of 1,200 tissues were very over-packaged, featuring twenty-four individual boxes, each comprised of both cardboard and a plastic film (here at Capacify, we don’t like monstrous hybrids )… all in a plastic bag, in a big cardboard box. I accept that Amazon can only sell what manufacturers such as Kimberly-Clark sell them, but the economics of this are all wrong. On a per-sneeze basis this over-packaged offering was the most economical, for me, but there was probably more cellulose used to make cardboard boxes than to make tissues. Another big fail for the Amazon Dash button is that human beings like pressing buttons… but how often do you actually get to enjoy your button-related activity if one press delivers a four-month supply. Also, we Salivate like Pavlov’s dogs at the positive feedback of instant gratification… but Amazon can’t compress the shipping time for our stuff to anything that feels as if the push of a button is really connected to the delivery of the goods. In our house, the neat industrial design of the Dash button is somewhat wasted because I had to hide it in the cupboard with the controls for the central heating. My young son would be fascinated by the idea that there’s a magic button that can be pressed to make stuff appear on our doorstep. (Especially if that stuff were Play-Doh… although even just to make the green light come on would probably be reason enough. Over, and over, and over…) Instead of criticising Amazon for being a big, bad corporation that has taken over our lives, take a moment to feel some sympathy for them. When they arrived on the scene, many people were still reluctant to use a credit card online for anything at all. Through innovation and sheer hard work, Jeff Bezos has built a vast commercial empire, but in the process he’s trained people to use the Internet to buy stuff – and There is no buyer loyalty anymore, and profit margins are thin, because there’s... (And for many years, that somebody was Amazon themselves, ploughing profits back in and going for.

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  3. For example, it would be wise not to wash clothes or run dishwashers or leave lights on while air conditioners are running in the middle of the day. Or “the solution might be, maybe don't crank the AC quite as high,” Jensen said. He emphasized that

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I just got back from the Churchill Club’s 13th Annual Top 10 Tech Trends Debate (site). Curt Carlson, CEO of SRI, presented their trends from the podium, which are meant to be “provocative, plausible, debatable, and that it will be clear within the next 1-3 years whether or not they will actually become trends.” Then the panelists debated them. Speaking is Aneesh Chopra, CTO of the U.S., and smirking to his left is Paul Saffo, and then Ajay Senkut from Clarium, then me. Here are SRI’s 2011 Top 10 Tech Trends [and my votes]: Trend 1. Age Before Beauty. Technology is designed for—and disproportionately used by—the young. But the young are getting fewer. The big market will be older people. The aging generation has grown up with, and is comfortable with, most technology—but not with today’s latest technology products. Technology product designers will discover the Baby Boomer’s technology comfort zone and will leverage it in the design of new devices. One example today is...
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