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Doug Cadmus
Works at Green Mountain Coffee
Attends Champlain College
Lives in Kansas City
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Tasty, too. 
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Roughly seven miles of sauce. You know... like everybody's local BBQ store has, right?
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It is a shame you didn't move closer.  Between your BBQ and my cajun cooking we could live in a permanent state of heartburn.
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My best-poured espresso macchiato to date. Tasty too. 
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The exposure is just a skosh dark, perhaps, but not by much. No false color. The crema was rich, brick red. 
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In 1990 I bought a Nintendo Power Glove. I wasn’t exactly Mattel’s target demographic: I was twenty-four years old, and I didn’t have a Nintendo game system. I bought the glove for one reason alone: to hack it, hook it up to a personal computer and…
In 1990 I bought a Nintendo Power Glove. I wasn't exact…
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NERDGASM!! (Also, seriously awesome.)
 
I don't think we have time in next week's Wil Wheaton Project to include this, but I wish we did, because it is amazing.
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Now that's what I call office coffee service!

"What started as a way to boost teamwork and transparency through communal caffeination has turned into something of an office obsession. There are no specially hired baristas on staff at Evernote’s tastefully appointed coffee bar, because the Evernote staff are baristas themselves... 

"The program started with the training of senior management, and has since been expanded to more employees. Each trained employee is scheduled for a one hour barista shift each week, between 9am and 2pm. Andrew Sinkov, Evernote’s VP of Marketing, says that these sessions have become a sort of “office hours”, a highly valued opportunity for staff to break the norm and interact with their coworkers in a more informal environment."
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I'm mostly thumbs, but I know some folks who can build you a coffee bar to make Don Holly jealous. 
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Count the cappuccinos! :)
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I'm enjoying how folks put their own certain spin on these things... and I love Jim's callouts. 
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Switch in beans to a lighter roasted blend is evident in the way the milk interacts. 
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C'mon over! :)
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A Final Twenty-four Hours of Public Comment for Net Neutrality

Do you have a point of view on Net Neutrality? Let me ask that another way… Do you get a thrill out of discovering tiny, niche web boutiques, with the most amazing selection of that thing you love? Do you dance through your day to an Internet radio…
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The FCC hasn't demonstrated a willingness to do hard things, so while Title II may not be ideal it's almost certainly the "least bad option" at present. Me, I'd love to see principles of "common carrier" applied widely -- which is to say not only to cable, but to wireless, too.   
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A fireworks show of a quieter sort.
A fireworks show of a quieter sort.
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Working on the bloody play, again. 
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I can't tell, is that a good thing or a bad thing?  Or just an excuse to veg out in front of the computer?
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Web Guy
Skills
Content Strategy, User Experience, Usability, ECommerce
Employment
  • Green Mountain Coffee
    Web Guy, 2004 - present
  • H&R Block
    Manager Web Content, 2002 - 2004
  • Cyber
    Internet Strategist, 2000 - 2001
  • Yellow Freight
    Internet Architect, 1996 - 2000
  • Wordlink
    Consulting Engineer, 1994 - 1996
  • CBS
    Manager, Micro Systems, 1987 - 1994
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Kansas City
Previously
Vermont - Kirksville, Missouri - Hannibal, Missouri - Moberly, Missouri - Chicago - Seattle
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Web Guy. Coffee Guy.
Introduction
A usability guy, writer, and sometime dramatist who moved to Vermont for the coffee. When not writing, reading or training for his first 5K, he roasts coffee in his garage.
Education
  • Champlain College
    Management Information Systems, 2011 - present
  • Truman State University
    Sociology, 1984 - 1987
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