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It's not yet perfect. I have had IBM voice recognition software for the last 20 years, so the voice command should be the smallest problem. At the moment I could only activate the 3D printer to print a mug, but would have to make the tea myself when it's finished.
I have lived with several Zen masters - all of them were cats.
His last invention was an evil Lasagna. It didn't kill anyone, and it actually tasted pretty good.
In the morning it goes like this
Grind beans -> Boil water -> pour coffee powder -> stir -> drink.
In the evening (4:30 ish).
Go out -> feel your eyeballs heating up (I live in NOIDA India) -> Get a cup of hot ginger tea -> drink.
I am not the one who knocks. I never knock.
In fact, I hate knocking.
Two family size bags (Lipton, Tetley, or Luzianne) into the teapot, heat to boiling, remove from heat and let steep at least 15 minutes. Pour into a gallon pitcher onto just under 1 cup sugar, stir until sugar dissolves. Fill rest of pitcher with cold water.
What? I'm a good Southern American. Love my sweet tea.
(My mother-in-law used to put 2 cups per gallon, too sweet even for me.)
Woah, I follow NATO standard too but it's easy to figure out why: the mug is mine, the tea bags are in my drawers and the hot water dispenser is in the common space. I assemble all I can at my desk, get the hot water and then out of the common space to my desk... it's simply the most efficient way.
I also do that at home since water takes time to get hot so I preassemble everything at the table while waiting for the hot water.
Adding milk before the water seems just wrong, don't ask me why.
I'm curious - I still love to code but I also love to do other stuff in my spare time (when I get any!). What do you guys do and, if you could, would you swap coding for your primary hobby if you could make money?
Keep your friends close. Keep Kill your enemies closer. The End