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So where to get great coffee in Brisbane cbd?

edited January 1970 in Cafe reviews
I'm just about to board a flight heading to Brisbane for a job interview and will be needing a coffee before and after. Any good places around Ann St?

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  • Hi GK not sure if you've got access to a mobile device, but there's a whole thread on Brisbane coffee just above this thread… looks like last post was 2013, but I'm sure you'll find some of the recommendations still good; would be interesting to see what more recent recommendations come up tho... A
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    Hi GK not sure if you've got access to a mobile device, but there's a whole thread on Brisbane coffee just above this thread… looks like last post was 2013, but I'm sure you'll find some of the recommendations still good; would be interesting to see what more recent recommendations come up tho... A
    thanks admin. I didn't even get a chance to grab a coffee. Not all is lost though as I'm heading straight into the Virgin lounge for a beer or three.
  • oh, you would have been able to get a lovely fresh Nespresso then?  :-[ what sort of job are you going for - is it photography-related? A
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    oh, you would have been able to get a lovely fresh Nespresso then?  :-[ what sort of job are you going for - is it photography-related? A
    I would rather drink tea than Nespresso. /shots fired. I wish it was a photo job. I was interviewed by CQUni for a lead role here in Melbourne in post graduate education.
  • I had some great coffee in Brisbane a few months ago - had to shop around though !
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    I would rather drink tea than Nespresso. /shots fired. I wish it was a photo job. I was interviewed by CQUni for a lead role here in Melbourne in post graduate education.
    I completely agree!!
  • So I got a call today for the aforementioned interview. And yes I scored the gig. Looks like I'm going back to Academia to lead Project Management education for CQU in Melb. Now I need to dust off my PhD, BSc and GradCerTerEd certificates. (Just thought I'd put that in ;) ) The great thing is I've still got a few more weeks of being at home with baby so time to make the best of it. Might take the fam for a bit of a get away. Bub will be 6 months in a couple weeks times. How time flies.
  • Wow... Dr GK!! Or are you Assoc.Prof. GK?  I don't have a PhD but when the kids are older there's a study I'd like to collect some data for.  My education stopped at a MPhil :( What was your topic?
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    Wow... Dr GK!! Or are you Assoc.Prof. GK?  I don't have a PhD but when the kids are older there's a study I'd like to collect some data for.  My education stopped at a MPhil :( What was your topic?
    hi Brett. I left academia in 2008 to manage R&D projects in medical imaging / disease management and since then I also got into Optometry program development and accreditation. I was the project manager in both roles. I also did some short term consultancies in between. Now I'm getting back into academia but not in my discipline (electrical engineering) but instead in project management. I was sponsored by Ericsson (Sweden) for my Ph.D and my topic was around the development of novel algorithms to save battery power in 3G mobile handsets. I completed my PhD in 2003. I'm 36 years old now.
  • Wow... You're a Wunderkind!! That's a brilliant academic rise though the ranks and at such a young age. No wonder you're so adept at so many things!  Kudos my friend!!
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