Monthly Archives: September 2012

Fairends Cycling Kit

In case you’re still looking for a birthday present for me, I wear a medium.

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The Significance of Allusions

“Allusions, which give us more to do and so heighten our attention, invite informed imaginations to make their own contributions. Meaning is infolded not to obscure but to improve communication. The implicit allows the pleasure of discovery, and readers who … Continue reading

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Latte Art Vertigo

I’ve never seen latte art from the pitcher’s perspective before. It’s nice to know people are still pouring quintuple rosettas. HT: Sprudge

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I’ve never been particularly interested in knives, but this video is a really fascinating story about craftsmanship. HT: James Hoffman

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Courier Journal Covers Craft Coffee

The Courier Journal made this video about the TNT  at Sunergos last weekend and wrote accompanying article about the coffee scene in Louisville. If you look closely your boy makes a cameo in the video. Incidentally the coffee blog I write … Continue reading

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Finca La Bolsa

I’ve been enjoying our new microlot coffee at Quills: Finca La Bolsa Lot 3, from Huehuetenango, Guatemala. It’s sweet, creamy, and balanced- basically everything I could want from a Central American coffee. Like most coffees I enjoy, I wanted to learn a … Continue reading

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