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David Molnar would like to host a "Milk and Cookies" event in the space. The idea is pretty simple: everyone brings something to read out loud for 5 to 7 minutes. Bring whatever you want - an essay, a short story, a novel excerpt, a technical paper, the bash.org quotes book, a circuit schematic, a beautiful theorem and its proof, just bring something that speaks to you. Then tell it to us.
 
David Molnar would like to host a "Milk and Cookies" event in the space. The idea is pretty simple: everyone brings something to read out loud for 5 to 7 minutes. Bring whatever you want - an essay, a short story, a novel excerpt, a technical paper, the bash.org quotes book, a circuit schematic, a beautiful theorem and its proof, just bring something that speaks to you. Then tell it to us.
  
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David Molnar would like to host a "Milk and Cookies" event in the space. The idea is pretty simple: everyone brings something to read out loud for 5 to 7 minutes. Bring whatever you want - an essay, a short story, a novel excerpt, a technical paper, the bash.org quotes book, a circuit schematic, a beautiful theorem and its proof, just bring something that speaks to you. Then tell it to us.

We drink milk, eat cookies, and learn a bit more about each other by listening to our reading choices. I've been part of a group in the past that does this, it is a lot of fun. Maybe we could add beer, too.

Everyone chips in $5 or so for buying the refreshments.

Add your name below if you are interested. We will work out the time for the event after the build out is finished.

  • David Molnar
  • David Stainton