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What the Internet of Things Means for Food Choices

Via Geek Wire comes word of a Seattle-based cloud texting company, ZipWhip, that has built a coffee maker that can take orders from employees via text message and automatically brew whatever the company's employee has texted--latte, cappuccino, and so on--and finish off the order by writing the employee's name with edible ink in the foam of the drink.

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