1. Promised Land Coffee


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    The perfect brew delivered daily to you. Specialty Filter in your office. We Source. We brew. We delivery daily. You enjoy.

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    • Kindred Coffee Presents: A Very Special Chemex Adventure!


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      Ryan encounters a disheartened squirrel named Gerald in the forest. The two friends share the ancient ritual of brewing Chemex coffee. Wonderful and weird times ensue. www.kindredcoffeeroasters.com

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      • Brewing with the KONE Coffee Filter


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        To learn more about brewing with the KONE Coffee Filter and the brew methods and recipes used... Visit http://ablebrewing.com/blogs/news/14039397-brewing-with-the-kone-coffee-filter

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        • Able Brewing Equipment


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          Every morning we would wake up and stumble into the kitchen to make our morning coffee. There is nothing like the smell of fresh ground and brewed coffee. Our method of choice was manual drip using the Chemex Coffee Maker. Making your coffee by hand feels very rewarding and seems to bring an intimate connection to the cup. One morning we ran out of paper filters. The hunt for a reusable filter ensued. However, we couldn’t find a filter that fit perfectly in our coffee maker as the shape was not a true cone. The available options also seemed to be of cheap build and result in a cup that didn’t taste as well as we thought it could. On our kitchen table we sketched out an idea for a custom filter. The goal was to make a filter that produced the best coffee possible, was made with high quality construction, and was sustainable. Thus the KONE coffee filter was born. It is a reusable filter made completely in the USA from high quality stainless steel and specifically designed to fit the Chemex Coffee Maker. Now with a few iterations of the KONE and a few other filters later, we remain committed to continue to innovate and provide the best coffee brewing equipment possible.

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          • How to brew Chemex coffee (2012)


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            Hannes from Coffee Circle quickly walks you through the steps of brewing a perfect Chemex coffee. It's easy. It tastes amazing. It will keep you awake forever. www.coffeecircle.com

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            • Chemex: An Affective, Instructional, Review


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              Brian Harmon ENGL 795 / Assignment #3 April 2, 2014 Affective Video Assignment Management has instructed you to develop a short online video that explains the specific function of a common household object. They point to new research showing that potential customers are increasingly checking out video online as they consider purchases. Management wants to combine the traditional instruction manual with affective (emotion building) advertising and the emerging genre of the video consumer review. The object might be sold abroad, so the video should have little or no text. Without the use of text, the affective/emotional impact of visuals and audio should be your primary focus. Remember to consider the corporate image when making production decisions. Projects parameters: Videos should be NO MORE THAN FIVE MINUTES in length and should be posted to Vimeo or Youtube by 9:30pm on Tuesday. You can source footage and music from archival sources or produce it yourself. Notes: This assignment would ideally be positioned after sections engaging PowerPoint presentations and an introductory graphic design unit wherein the students could gain familiarity with appropriate software. Depending on the technical knowledge/experience/level of the section, this could easily be adapted as a collaborative assignment. I envision this assignment working in conjunction with a more traditional instruction/user manual assignment (like the app manual I submitted for the last assignment). After students complete a simple text-based manual, I will introduce the Ikea model of text-less manuals and try to discuss the importance of non-textual/affective/corporeal kinds of persuasion. Prior to this assignment, students will be asked to find and write a 500-word analysis of an online video instruction manual for a consumer product. Include a short reflection (in the text section of the Youtube or Vimeo page). What happened? When? How does it look? How do you feel about the results? What could I do to make it better? Include any media credits in your reflection. This assignment could be followed by a peer review activity that asks the students to consider the video through the lens of previous visual design discussions. Bibliography Ding, H., and X. Ding. 2013. “360-Degree Rhetorical Analysis of Job Hunting: A Four-Part, Multimodal Project.” Business Communication Quarterly 76 (2): 239–248. Fontenot, M. J., and K. a. Fontenot. 2008. “Incorporating Film Into the Research Paper.” Business Communication Quarterly 71 (1): 55–58. Katz, S. M. 2008. “Assessing a Hybrid Format.” Journal of Business and Technical Communication 22 (1): 92–110. Kelm, O. R. 2011. “Social Media: It’s What Students Do.” Business Communication Quarterly 74 (4): 505–520. Lehman, C. M., D. D. DuFrene, and M. W. Lehman. 2010. “YouTube Video Project: A ‘Cool’ Way to Learn Communication Ethics.” Business Communication Quarterly 73 (4): 444– 449. Mackiewicz, J. 2009. “Assertions of Expertise in Online Product Reviews.” Journal of Business and Technical Communication 24 (1): 3–28. Myers, Marshall. 2007. “The Use of Pathos in Charity Letters: Some Notes Toward a Theory and Analysis.” Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 37 (1): 3–16. Penrose, John. 2006. “Teaching the Essential Role of Visualization in Preparing Instructions.” Business Communication Quarterly 69 (4): 411–418. Portewig, Tiffany Craft. 2004. “Making Sense of the Visual in Technical Communication: A Visual Literacy Approach To Pedagogy.” Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 34 (1): 31–42. Riley, K. 2006. “The Butterfly Effect.” Business Communication Quarterly 69 (4): 369–373. Thralls, C. 1992. “Rites and Ceremonials: Corporate Video and the Construction of Social Realities in Modern Organizations.” Journal of Business and Technical Communication 6 (4): 381–402. Williams, M. F. 2012. “Reimagining NASA: A Cultural and Visual Analysis of the U.S. Space Program.” Journal of Business and Technical Communication 26 (3): 368–389.

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              • POW WOW V. Rituals Part I


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                Pow Wow Ventures is stoked to present the first installment of "Rituals." It's the little things that matter. Morning Coffee Ritual - Coffee: http://birdrockcoffee.com/ - Threads: http://therrb.co/ Filmer: Kevin Hsu Music: Nujabes - Feather (Instrumental)

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                • Chemex With Mahlkonig EK43 (coffee burrs)


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                  Ethiopian Kebel Kercha Guji - 29grms EK43 set to 9.5 Brew time: 5min 45secs Brew weight: 429grms TDS: 1.36% Extraction Yield: 21% Tasting Notes: Sweet heady aroma; strawberry/blueberry muffin with a hint of citrus acidity. Outstanding.

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                  • ケメックス Chemex


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                    • BTS of Chemex


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                      Behind the scenes of making the Chemex film. Featuring Mike Lu and Andrew Pogue Photography. Shot and edited by Andrea Moon. Watch Chemex at: vimeo.com/83508615 facebook.com/andrewpoguephotography

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                      What are Tags?


                      Tags are keywords that describe videos. For example, a video of your Hawaiian vacation might be tagged with "Hawaii," "beach," "surfing," and "sunburn."