I didn’t choose the mug life, the mug life chose me.
The coffee situation in a crowded office can be difficult. If you don’t get the jump on a fresh pot of coffee, you might miss out entirely. Enter coffeebot.
How Coffeebot Works
Coffeebot monitors your drip coffee maker’s electrical current. More specifically, it monitors how long it takes a capacitor to discharge while the coffee maker is drawing current. Fortunately, drip coffee makers draw electrical current in three distinct phases: idle, brewing and heating.
The coffeebot watches for the brewing phase. When it identifies the coffee maker as brewing, it sends a notification. When your coffee pot is done brewing, there’s another notification.
Originally published at jonpitcherella.com on April 30th, 2017.