In February of 2011, I was given a Sony camera that was dropped in a cup of coffee. A few smacks against the wall, and the camera was mostly working. Not wanting to let the technology go to waste, I bought the cable required to get images off of the camera and an idea was born.
On March 23, 2011 the cable arrived and thus began coffee.jezra: a coffee a day photo project.
On October 9th 2011, I lost the Sony camera while celebrating after the US Nation Beard and Mustache Championships (my sideburns didn't win), and I started using a semi-working Kodak camera my sister gave me a few years ago.
On December 1st 2011, I started using a Nokia N900, which not only takes the pictures, but also resizes the image, edits the text, and uploads the text and image to my server, and backs up my images; all thanks to Linux.
On September 13th 2016, I ported the image processing scripts for my n900 to work in termux on Android/Cyanogenmod.
For everyone I've had coffee with, for everyone who I'd like to have coffee with, and for the coffee buddies that are no longer with us, this is for you.
If you would like to support this project (as well as my various other projects), consider buying me a cup of coffee.