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Starbucks launches mobile payments

Want to pay for your coffee with your phone? Last week, Starbucks rolled out its new mobile payments service, available for users of Blackberry, iPhone and iPod Touch devices.

Remote control pourover coffee from The Hub with Twitter?

Joe West and the crew at The Hub Bikes & Beans put together a video response to our earlier post about automating your coffee maker with Twitter

Remote control your coffee maker with Twitter

Use an Arduino board, controller switch and a downloadable script to turn your coffee maker on and off using Twitter

Sweetening the deal: our coffee rewards for charity just got better

The Mudhouse is now on board, bringing the the number of shops to 5 & now we’re offering $25 in rewards for a $50 charitable gift and $50 in rewards for a $100 gift

Give to charity & we’ll give you coffee

When you give $50 or more to one of our named charitable organizations before the end of 2010, 417coffee & local coffee shops will give you coffee gift cards or coffee beans.

“Coffee around the world” event with Heroes Coffee Cafe

Mark your calendar! Heroes Coffee Cafe, located at 601 North National in Springfield will be hosting a “Coffees Around the World” event this coming Saturday, December 4, from 7-9 p.m.

Moka pot brewing at home made easy

Today I noticed Stumptown’s brewing guides section on their website. How cool! They have photo-driven brewing guides for press pots, Chemex, moka pots, vacuum brewers, Melitta pourover drippers, espresso and Cafe Solo brewing.

All-analog, hand-brewed coffee

The Oregonian posted a solid piece last week about pourover coffee brewing, referring to it as “all-analog” and “hand-brewed”, talking through the ins and out of pourovers, why you would take the time to have hand-poured drip coffee, and even providing a how-to video and hardware purchase recommendations.

Video and review of the Coffee Catcher for your French press

After my recent post about the Coffee Catcher, a kitchen gadget designed to speed up your cleaning of your French press coffee press pot, the people from Kaffeologie, who make the Coffee Catcher, contacted me to see if I wanted to try one out.  Since I’m an avid French press brewer, and I’m always up […]

Let the Coffee Catcher help you with French press cleanup

On weekends when I brew my own coffee at home, I usually use a French press.  As you may know, French presses are great for brewing a good cup of coffee, but they’re a little bit of a pain to clean up.  When you’re done with the brewing, you have a clump of grounds smashed […]