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BARTALK is a lecture-performance-storytelling series that usually happens physically in a bar in The Hague. Each edition has a theme and brings guests from different backgrounds (art, psychology, media technology, music, drag, martial arts, kink, math) to share their perspectives under the same subject. Past themes have included death and the afterlife, a history of burning, the living archive, and more. Ultimately, BARTALK is a model of knowledge-sharing as community-building Support this p ...
 
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00:00 - Start 03:24 - The Bazzara Coffee Expert Book 09:17 - Lever Machines chat start here Max is back for a short conversation on lever machines and whether there is still a point to them. I admit I'm slightly fascinated by the Profitec Pro 800, but can they still compete with the electronic pressure profiling of other modern machines? If you're …
 
I bought the Lagom P64 in January, and today I'm going to explain what led me to this grinder when there's so many other good one's on the market. But, there's one big problem. I still haven't received it!If you're in the UK and want to try some of my favourite coffees who support this network: Use code 'BT10' to get 10% discount of every coffee or…
 
In our final episode of Apologies & Atonement, we look at a local example of institutional apologies and speak with Sofia Hernández Chong Cuy, director of Kunstinstituut Melly. Since 2018, Sofia is the director of Melly, the institution formerly known as Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art in Rotterdam. Witte de With is a name attached to the…
 
LELIT has been acquired by Breville for $113m and I believe this is significant. This week, we'll explain what I think Breville's plan is, what this, along with their earlier purchase of Baratza grinders, will mean in terms of the product line up. If you're in the UK and want to try some of my favourite coffees who support this network: Use code 'B…
 
Do not listen to this if your credit card is within reach. Today, I'm talking about three espresso machines that I'd love to own, if money was no object. If you're in the UK and want to try some of my favourite coffees who support this network: Use code 'BT10' to get 10% discount of every coffee order from these great independent roasters below. Pe…
 
In episode 3 of “Apologies and Atonement”, We talk to social healer Lucas Johnson about his approach to nonviolence, the complexity of reconciling / healing from colonial pasts, and what it takes to build a future together. We learn about how to think about non-violence as a muscle to be built, the role faith can have in conflict resolution, and ho…
 
Corporations have given some notoriously bad apologies. So for this episode, we invited corporate lawyer Roy Heesakkers to think with us on corporate apologies in the context of environmental, social and human rights transgressions. Roy encourages us to think about how we can participate in corporate reform, how we as communities can hold corporati…
 
Max is back on the show to talk about 3 coffee events coming up over the next month. I'm attending all of them so if you're going, let me know and we'll meet up. https://www.amsterdamcoffeefestival.com/ https://www.thebaristaleague.com/high-density-2022 https://www.londoncoffeefestival.com/ Functional Coffee that I forgot to talk about will be at t…
 
We are all taught that apologies are important to resolve conflicts. They have an important function in our society- in personal relationships, between governments and citizens, corporations and consumers, celebrities and fans. But so often people are criticized for making bad apologies. In this BARTALK, we wonder: what makes a good apology? What a…
 
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