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Posted Fri Apr 23, 2004, 3:00am
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Day 0 from SCAA 2004 Atlanta
Road Reports article by Mark Prince

Join us for live, up to the minute coverage from the floor, from the seminars, and from the US Barista Championships as the CoffeeGeek crew covers the SCAA like never before!
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Posted Fri Apr 23, 2004, 7:57am
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Thanks for the small updates Mark.

Those little factoids about the competition rules are interesting.
Have a fun show and don't let Hornall force you to make drinks. (long story, I'll tell ya next time we meet up)

 
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Posted Fri Apr 23, 2004, 2:38pm
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Folks... if there's specific stuff you want covered, photo requests, etc etc... post it to these threads. Come on! We wanna hear from you! ;)

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Posted Fri Apr 23, 2004, 3:15pm
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Mark-  

YOU ROCK!!!

This is awesome!  I ran home from work to get any updates.  Nothing on the SCAA BBS so I came over here and SHAZAM!!  
Keep it up and thank you so much for posting pix for us who  can't join on the fun and are at home working!!

GO SANDY!!

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Posted Fri Apr 23, 2004, 3:16pm
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Hey Mark,

I'll chime in more later...But I love seeing the baristas set up of their wares before they compete--totally cool!-I can't wait to meet some of these characters sometime.  Fun to be had by all.  Say Hi to Barry Jarret for me if you see him-he really has helped me trouble shoot some machine problems.  I'm sure you've seen Dougie and the Intelligentsia crew(my guys).  Keep up the great coverage!!!!

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Posted Fri Apr 23, 2004, 3:55pm
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Oh wow Mark, it is almost like being there:) as it looks so fmailiar from your photos.  Thanks.  Keep up the good work! If you can, I'd like to see a photo of the "celebrated" country's booth - wondering who they are. Thanks again.
Aloha from Kona, Cea
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Posted Fri Apr 23, 2004, 4:06pm
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Mark,

Keep it coming - I am getting a very good picture of the event.

THANKS
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Posted Fri Apr 23, 2004, 5:18pm
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MarkPrince Said:

Day 0 from SCAA 2004 Atlanta
Road Reports article by Mark Prince

Join us for live, up to the minute coverage from the floor, from the seminars, and from the US Barista Championships as the CoffeeGeek crew covers the SCAA like never before!

Posted April 23, 2004 link

Great stuff, wish I was there! Maybe next year..

BTW, George's name has a d, not a t: George Sabados.

Cheers

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Posted Fri Apr 23, 2004, 7:33pm
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I'd like to see a report from the Hearthware booth on the reworked I-Roast which, if I understand correctly, will be there in Atlanta.  I'm in the market for a new roaster since I just melted the fan shroud on my modified WBPII last weekend.   Specifically:
  1. Is it quieter ?
  2. Does it retain the program when the plug is pulled?

Thanks,
Patrick


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Folks... if there's specific stuff you want covered, photo requests, etc etc... post it to these threads. Come on! We wanna hear from you! ;)

Mark

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Posted Fri Apr 23, 2004, 7:43pm
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Great Report.  I too am interested in a report on the I-Roast as I know many are.

thank you!
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