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Mambo Server CMS

Mambo Server CMS also looks like a great CMS to check out if you’re in to CMS.

Update: There is a great review of Mambo at ProjectCMS.

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  1. I dunno, if I was climbing Mt. Everest I probably would crush a handful of beans on a rock with my hiking boot, boil some water and filter it thru a bandana. But that’s just me.

  2. I saw those Caribou Coffee Bars at the store the other day and almost grabbed a box….decided to wait though. Have you tried them?

    I will be posting a review of the Java Juice Extract in the next week or so…very cool product.

    ..be bold

  3. I haven’t tried the coffee bars. I would though if they sent me a box (haha, like that’s going to happen). I don’t think they’d sell them in Phoenix because we don’t even have Caribou Coffee stores here.

    Larry – would you have a clean bandana or a sweaty one? Just checking.

  4. The Java Juice is a pretty neat idea, it was developed by the crew over at Groundworks Coffee in SoCal. I’ve had the chance to try it, it’s not bad for what it is. Pretty much a Toddy like flavor and my hunch is it’s a Toddy like process used to produce it. The nitrogen flush packaging is what allows it to be shelf stable for a year.

    A clean bandana would be optimum.

  5. I see Carabou Coffee bars here in Lubbock, and there isn’t a Caribous retail store in site for a couple thousand miles. I haven’t tried it, but my roommate has bought a box. I’ll ask.

    In regards to the mount everest thing, I think I’d rather use a hammer/claw and a recessed frozen surface to crush the beans, and a clean sock to do a full-submersion brewing into the boiling water (water boils at 170F on Mt. Everest) for better contact time.

  6. Caribou Coffee Vanilla Latte Granola Bars are available in 6 bar box at Target, 43rd and Peoria. They’re sale priced @$2 or so, about 35 cents/bar. They beat the heck out of anything from the vending machines at my office and less than half the price. Good snacking 🙂

  7. Looking in my area for coffee bars. Very much in demand I’m told by our soldiers in Iraq. Apparently handy at remote outposts. Caffeine helps them stay awake on watch..
    Who sells them in my area of Virginia?(Chesapeake Bay/Tidewater)