Tonight's phishing scam email was almost convincing. Most of them are awful but I can easily see how someone could fall for this one. There were two big tip offs.
1. Claiming payment was declined out of sync with my billing cycle
2. You don't log into Linode through what appears to be a German lighting company that apparently needs better security practices.
Test production batch of the new Guatemalan coffee (Huehuetenango) is approved and now available for sale. I don't have very much of this lot available (it's a get something in while waiting for new crop on what I usually buy that I ran out of early) so I decided to only do a medium roast (no light or dark variant) on this one. It starts out crisp and floral but with some texture to the body and as it cools some nice caramel becomes apparent in the flavor.
Yesterday's video managed to get 100 views in a bit over 24 hours on YouTube, which is kind of pathetic given that the channel supposedly has >3000 "subscribers". This is pretty normal. It often takes a couple years before people start sharing my videos and they get watched (though about 1 in 10 people who did watch bothered to hit the like button so that's something).
PeerTube had the video several hours earlier. There's coffee roasting talk, plots, and a cat!
Author of Typica software for coffee roasters.
This is a place for Typica users to connect and chat, but toots need not be related to that program or coffee roasting.