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Topic: New York Times Article on Espresso gets it right (6 msgs / 127 lines)
1) From: jim gundlach
In today's New York Times, there is an article that seems to be  
getting it right on espresso.  It says in part:
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It goes on a couple of paragraphs later to say:
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Anyway the link that requires registration is:
    http://www.nytimes.com/2006/09/13/dining/13coff.htmlThere are ways to get to it without registering, but I never bothered  =
to learn them.
    Pecan Jim

2) From: Michael Wascher
... registration is free for access to the vast majority of the NYT site.
On 9/13/06, jim gundlach  wrote:
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"Facts do not cease to exist because they are ignored."
  - Aldous Huxley

3) From: Derek Bradford
And even freer with Bugmenot.com coupled with Firefox.  :)
On 9/13/06, Michael Wascher  wrote:
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-- http://www.novernae.comHome of the (currently lost) Wandering Sloth

4) From: Demian Ebert
I thought this was a pretty good article. A co-worker emailed it to me
earlier today. We're actually headed to NY in early October, so I'll have to
see if we can make it to one of the shops they talk about.
I'd be happy to email the article or post it if folks are interested.
Demian
On 9/13/06, jim gundlach  wrote:
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5) From: Sandy Andina
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The NYT's proofreading standards have certainly slipped, at least  
when it comes to its Web version.  The article was full of typos  
(e.g., "Albino" Press). Great article, though.  Wish it had made  
mention of the fact that between the PNW and NYC's nascent scene  
there's some good artisanal espresso to be had in Chicago (Metropolis  
and all three Intelligentsia shops).
On Sep 13, 2006, at 9:39 PM, Demian Ebert wrote:
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Sandy
www.sandyandina.com
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The NYT's proofreading standards =
have certainly slipped, at least when it comes to its Web version.  =
The article was full of typos (e.g., "Albino" Press). Great article, =
though.  Wish it had made mention of the fact that between the PNW and =
NYC's nascent scene there's some good artisanal espresso to be had in =
Chicago (Metropolis and all three Intelligentsia shops).
On =
Sep 13, 2006, at 9:39 PM, Demian Ebert wrote:
I = thought this was a pretty good article. A co-worker emailed it to me = earlier today. We're actually headed to NY in early October, so I'll = have to see if we can make it to one of the shops they talk about. =   I'd be happy to email the article or post it if = folks are interested. Demian   On 9/13/06, jim = gundlach <PecanJim> = wrote: In today's = New York Times, there is an article that seems to be getting it right = on espresso.  It says in part: = = --Apple-Mail-54--493352942--

6) From: Michael Wascher
There is some web-only content, but most web content, including this
article, is exactly as it is in the print version.
On 9/13/06, Sandy Andina  wrote:
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"Facts do not cease to exist because they are ignored."
  - Aldous Huxley


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