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Cofftea said

If it walks like a chicken and talks like a chicken, it just may be a tea kettle!

Ok so I made a really lame “tweeting” joke, but I laughed my butt off when I saw this.

http://www.mobileinc.co.uk/2010/03/introducing-the-twettle-project-the-kettle-that-tweets/

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Janni select said

Wow. Just…wow. If it had a way to easily tweet more than a single message, without you having to go in and change the settings manually, maybe. Not that I’d want one, but I could see someone wanting one, you know?

Still, it makes more sense than the tweeting toilet he mentions! :)

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Cofftea said

I’m thinking linking it to steepster!

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AJ said

It’s a variable-temperature kettle too! How considerate.

As a novelty item, I would probably get that. If I had/used Twitter, which sadly, I do not.

Cofftea said

Really? Cool! I couldn’t find anything about temp settings.

AJ said

In the fourth to last paragraph under ‘Design and Build’, above the ‘Tweetle Admin’ image. Where he talks about a little input screen for settings.

“…Plus you could also use it to indicate whether you’re having tea or coffee and the boil temperature can change to the optimal settings. Apparently coffee is best with water at 92 – 96C.”

Cofftea said

Ah gotcha. Saw that. I thought you meant it said specific settings, not just that it can change.

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