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Kevin Scott’s desk at LinkedIn flanks what must be among the most exotic office coffee makers. The contraption replicates the functions of a French press, while doing away with all of its inadequacies. It consists of a couple of beakers, a Corning PC-420D stirring hot plate, and an electronic thermometer. When the water reaches exactly 94 degrees Celsius, Scott pours in some coffee grounds, and the Corning device starts whirring them around. “All of this ensures a constant temperature and a vortex that circulates the grounds and expands their surface area with the water,” Scott says. “It’s my own little invention that I’m dialing in right now. I’m largely insane.”
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