I definitely feel that my coffee adventures have given me a great education on this humble little bean. With some serious coaching from my mate Claude I learnt about the origin of the beans, HOW to order a real coffee, how to adjust the grind, tampering, stamping with just the right amount of pressure, heating the milk to creamy perfection and how to watch for the right consistency as the coffee begins to drip from the machine. I even had a go at latte art with not much success..
With so many people rooting and praying for her, we wanted to bring you these excerpts from the latest update posted on the Caring Bridge site about the condition of Tatum Love, the First Flight High School junior seriously injured in a Jan. 26 car accident. The tone is careful, but the news certainly seems good..
Regarding the power of attorney analogy, it does seem a little bit different from this situation in that my understanding is that we don actually own our Facebook accounts. You very adroitly pointed out the flaws in the other poster apartment landlord analogy what do you think about comparing it to a golf club? I may be a member, but they still own the course and can deny access to my guests if they so desire. Especially considering that Facebook explicitly revoked Power access and blocked their IP, and they responded by changing their IP and continuing to access the site, that would then translate to the golf club banning my specific guest and him donning a disguise to re enter.
You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeCambridgeshireLive is calling on readers to back a campaign to help provide laptops to thousands of youngsters in the county who do not have access to one.Around 8,000 children and young people across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough do not have access to a laptop or PC and more than 3,000 currently do not have the internet at home.This means they are unable to take part in lessons or use online resources, access support from their teachers or even interact with classmates.These students have been without the means to study online at home since the first lockdown in March 2020.While we cannot change what has happened, we can make a massive difference to the lives and education of these children and young people in the future.The Digital Drive Cambridgeshire and Peterborough campaign aims to level up education opportunities in the county but we need your help.Sign up to the CambridgeshireLive newsletterIf you looking for a way to stay up to date with the latest breaking news from around Cambridgeshire, the CambridgeshireLive newsletter is a good place to start.The daily update will deliver the topnewsandfeatures to your inbox every evening.We choose the most important stories of the day to include in the newsletter, including crime, court news, long reads, traffic and travel, food and drink articles and more.Signing up to the newsletter is simple.It one of the many ways that you can read the news that matters to you from CambridgeshireLive.We urging readers, locals and businesses to make a financial donation to the campaign or to donate old or spare laptops. CambridgeshireLive is working in partnership with Cambridgeshire County Council, Peterborough City Council, the Cambs Youth Panel, Cambridge Digital Partnership, and Cambridge 2030 to make sure every single child across our county can access their school work at home.The second hand laptops donated through the campaign will become the child or young person’s own to keep, while cash donations will result in purchases being made to allow for laptops and internet access to be provided.These will be donated to schools for an immediate onward loan to families with children who need them.Julie Spence OBE, Lord Lieutenant of Cambridgeshire and Cambridge 2030 Ambassador said: “We rarely talk about the inequalities in this county but the imperative has never been greater it’s critical we ensure the next generation are able to make their way and take their rightful place in our digitally enabled society.”I would ask everyone, businesses and individuals to support this initiative to ensure every child has the ability to learn throughout the pandemic and beyond. If any county can access for all we can so come on Cambridgeshire let all endeavour to do what we can.”Phil Priestley, of Cambs Youth Panel, added: “The coronavirus epidemic has highlighted the digital divide and made it very clear to us all that we lived with a certain degree of complacency about fair access to technology.”There is a real danger that this inequality will outlast Covid 19 and still afflict our children and young people long into the future.”This programme is about making sure that our children and young people have fair access to computers and the internet.