1. Four Barrel Coffee: From Seed to Cup


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    "Four Barrel Coffee: From Seed to Cup" is a mini-documentary created through The 7 Squared Project, a mini-documentary series highlighting some of the best and most forward-thinking organizations San Francisco has to offer. Four Barrel is focused on quality, sustainability, and community -- ideals shared with The 7 Squared Project. We are honored to have Four Barrel Coffee as a partner and proud to have the opportunity to profile them in a documentary. Music: “When the Levee Breaks” by Kansas Joe “Pretty Red Hibiscus” by Andy Iona "Where is My Good Man At?" by Memphis Minnie “Stack O’Lee Blues” by Mississippi John Hurt https://vimeo.com/26364295 - The original video for The 7 Squared Project www.fourbarrelcoffee.com

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    • NATAS SF/Nor Cal Mobile Broadcasting Seminar Pt. 3


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      Lee MacPherson, Director of Engineering at KTVU (FOX)/Cox Stations gave a presentation about being involved with the first phases of testing of several mobile broadcast standards that are already being used in various countries, as a result of the tests, the Harris/LG/Samsung standard, used by South Korea, was chosen as the U.S. mobile broadcasting standard. KICU went on the air with its mobile signal in February 2010 and KTVU just rolled out theirs. The local ION channel also has a live mobile channel. We were receiving the Telemundo signal at the event too. Lee also talked about the use and potential of widgets and talked about a widget that has a non-realtime RSS feed, this capability is built into the standard.

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      • Windham Flat - Keep Comin' Back Around


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        The title track from Windham Flat's newest EP - Keep Comin' Back Around - Official Music Video Directed by - Robin Moore Camera - Andy Miller http://plusmproductions.com/ words and music by Windham Flat http://windhamflat.bandcamp.com/ Thanks to Lauren, Ryland and Derek for all the help.

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        • NATAS SF/Nor Cal Mobile Broadcasting Seminar Pt. 2


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          Allen Billings, VP, Product Management at MobiTV talked about MobiTV’s fully coverged TV system over IP networks, which is rolling out now. It has built-in billing mechanisms for PPV, subscriptions, rentals and purchases. The content will be delivered to phones, PC’s, tablets and TV’s.

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          • NATAS SF/Nor Cal Mobile Broadcasting Seminar


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            On Thursday, September 22nd, the NATAS, SF/Nor Cal Chapter held its first event on Mobile Broadcasting at Video Arts (www.vidarts.com) in San Francisco. Doug Lung, VP, Technology at NBC gave an overview about Mobile DTV, how it works, which devices are available now. Doug offered two good websites to learn more about mobile: www.omvc.org and www.atsc.org. He came all the way from Hawaii to speak to us.

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            • FREAK SHOW [Moombahton!]


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Zapatistas presents: Freak Show [Switchblade's Birthday Bash] 
Filmed on 8.26.2011 @ the Oakland Metro Opera House 630 3rd St, Oakland, California USA http://www.facebook.com/zapatistas.sf Soundtrack: Eat em'up & Sluggo - OMFG Afrojack - Replica (Crowd Control Moombahton Mix)

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              • Two Layers short film


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                short film "Two Layers", based upon the poem of the same title written by Devin Lamarr. Showcases the immensely talented Michael "MC" Conol as the actor and Narrator of the piece. Directed and produced by Quar Brown

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                • swirlTV: Introducing "Fiction"


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                  Episode 1: This month a the Swirl wine bar we are featuring a delicious new white wine, – Its called FICTION First Edition, and it is a really interesting WHITE BLEND from ANDREW JONES, a winemaker that we love. He is creative and thinks outside the box. His wines are amazing – and his wine labels are some our favorites. Lively, and bright with white peaches, lemon-pineapple, and to QUOTE Andrew: FREEZE DRIED ICE CREAM, LIMESTONE TILES AND PISTACHIO SHELLS. Click on our video to hear our charming host Stanley Frank guide you through a tasting.

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                  • PangeaSeed Presents: SINK OR SWIM, SAN FRANCISCO


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                    In the spirit of ocean conservation the Japan-based non-profit organization, PangeaSeed, in collaboration with Spoke Art, hosted our inaugural transcontinental art exhibition, Sink or Swim, at the Spoke Art Gallery in San Francisco from September 23 - 25, 2012. The exhibition featuring original works from 30 internationally renowned artists such as Dave Kinsey, Josh Keyes, Dan May, Jim Phillips and many more. This gathering of widely acclaimed artists from around the globe addressed one the biggest threats facing the health of world's oceans today -- the rapid and mass depletion of sharks. Did you know that scientists estimate global fish stocks will be in full collapse by 2048 if current consumption and destructive fishing practices continue? But what's even more shocking is that the majority of the ocean's shark species could be extinct within the next 10-20 years. With each minute that passes close to 200 sharks are killed, adding up to around 80 million deaths each year. A majority of these sharks are killed only for their fins to satisfy an unsustainable appetite for shark fin soup. In the cruel practice known as "finning," the shark is hooked and brought aboard the boat where its fins are then cut off and the still alive but limbless animal is tossed back into the sea. With no instruments to move, the helpless shark sinks to the ocean floor and eventually drowns. Love them or fear them, sharks are essential if we are going to keep the oceans the sustainable resource that they should be. Older than the dinosaurs, for over 400 million years sharks have shaped and balanced the oceans. Since sharks are at the top of the food chain as an "apex predator" they play a vital role in ways average fish do not. In virtually every part of the ocean sharks keep fish populations healthy and in proper balance. Already in areas where sharks have been over- fished we are seeing a change for the worse. Many species of sharks are now endangered, imagine the consequences for the oceans, and the people who depend on them for survival, if such an important animal is eliminated forever. PangeaSeed is a Tokyo-based grassroots organization dedicated to educating and raising international awareness on the plight of sharks. Through volunteer activism and various mediums including art, music, film, and photography, PangeaSeed aims to create an open dialog with the global community to develop an understanding of the need to preserve and protect sharks and their habitat. Sink or Swim is not only a reference to the cruel practice of finning but also a reference to our relationship with the oceans as a whole. As human activity is causing sea levels to rise and coral reefs to die, we see fish stocks rapidly disappearing. The global population must change course if we want future generations to experience the sea as we have. We are living at a crucial time in terms of sustaining the oceans. We may sink and fail, or we may find a way to succeed and swim. In short, Sink or Swim is an SOS to the world that these issues facing the oceans need attention now more than ever. Following the success of Sink or Swim in Tokyo this past July, San Francisco is next in line to host this unique exhibition. Sink or Swim pays homage to the shark, this most important and beautiful of creatures, while critiquing their demise and offering hope for their future. Sink or Swim ran in San Francisco from 23 ~ 25 September 2011. In support of proposed bill (AB376) to ban shark fin in California State, Sink or Swim offered the community new perspectives on this widely misunderstood and demonized animal. Also, in addition to raising funds to keep sharks afloat both in Japan and around the world PangeaSeed donated a percentage of the proceeds from Sink or Swim to organizations aiding animals affected by the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami in Japan. Media Contact: Tre' L. Packard PangeaSeed Managing Director Email: info(@)pangeaseed.com Web: PangeaSeed.com Tel: +81 (0)50-7500-6775 Spoke Art Gallery 816 Sutter St. San Francisco, CA 94109 Web: Spoke-Art.com Music by Sweet Tooth Nelson Special thanks to the Sink or Swim ~ San Francisco Supporter: Spoke Art Carhartt - Work In Progress BLK/MRKT - Visual Communication American Decal Company The Arbor Collective Copyright PangeaSeed 2011

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                    • Octavio Barrera in SF


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                      Octavio lives in Barcelona España and this shows his story while visiting San Francisco. Sponsors: RVCA Europe, Converse, Tangram Wheels. Music By: Timber Timbre - Demon Host Check the RVCA introduction clip and be amazed: http://www.vimeo.com/29431857 Directed by : Fer Santacruz Camera by: Thai Phan-Quang

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