[Noisebridge-discuss] Join us for Five Minutes of Fame! Thursday, 8pm.

Kate Krauss katie at critpath.org
Fri Dec 9 01:59:01 UTC 2016


Hi,

Any chance you would livestream Five Minutes of Fame tonight for those who
are willing? I live a few thousand miles away so can't make it. However, if
you ever do 5MoF remotely, I will be there.

Cheers,

Kate Krauss

On Mon, Nov 28, 2016 at 11:11 AM, Mitch Altman <maltman23 at hotmail.com>
wrote:

> Five Minutes of Fame is now back!  Ten 5-minute talks in an hour.  Come
> see Noisebridge's most popular event.  All are welcome!  Friends, family,
> lovers, acquaintances, squares, hipsters, geeks, needs, dorks, veterans,
> first-timers.  All are welcome!
>
>
> Do you have something, anything, interesting to say?  There are still 4
> slots open for giving a talk on the topic of your choosing!  Demo a
> project.  Share your travel experience.  Give your perspective on being an
> introverted geek in an extroverted world.  Talk about the project you wanna
> make.  All of the above, or more (or less).  You have 5 minutes to do with
> as you like!
>
> https://noisebridge.net/wiki/Five_Minutes_of_Fame_2016_12_01
>
>
> See you this Thursday!
>
> Cheers,
> Mitch.
>
>
> ------------------------------
> *From:* noisebridge-announce-bounces at lists.noisebridge.net <
> noisebridge-announce-bounces at lists.noisebridge.net> on behalf of Jeremy
> Llewellyn <jeremy.llewellyn at gmail.com>
> *Sent:* Friday, November 25, 2016 4:41:40 PM
> *To:* noisebridge-announce at lists.noisebridge.net
> *Subject:* [Noisebridge-announce] Join us for Five Minutes of Fame!
> Thursday, 8pm.
>
>
> Five Minutes of Fame is a series of ten, five minute lightning talks from
> the Noisebridge and San Francisco community. 5mof is an entertaining, fast
> paced event that should run about an hour. Click here
> <https://noisebridge.net/wiki/Five_Minutes_of_Fame_2016_12_01> to see the
> list of speakers and titles.
>
> Previous 5 minute talks have included things like: “Controlling Flame
> Effects with MIDI and the Web”, “Python book for kids”, “C-41 Process: How
> Color Film Works”.
> <https://noisebridge.net/Five_Minutes_of_Fame#Past_5MoFs>
>
> Come to this event if you’re up to hearing awesome people talk about the
> projects or ideas that has captivated their attention recently.
>
>
> *Where is it?*
>
> 2169 Mission St, San Francisco
> <http://maps.google.com/?q=2169+Mission+Street,+94110> (Third Floor)
>
> *2 blocks South of 16th & Mission BART*
>
>
> *When is it?*
>
> December 1st, 2016 8-9pm
>
>
> *Why is it cool?*
>
>    - It's great for people who are interested in what's going on at
>    Noisebridge. No need to sit through long lectures.
>    - Some people are working on projects that are not ready for a full 30
>    minute or hour long talk, but they want to get their ideas out.
>    - Some people are shy to public speaking and want to practice without
>    giving an "official" conference talk, which can be daunting. This is a
>    great way to try it out, in a community of peers.
>
>
> *Why should you on the announce list come?*
>
> This is the time and place to see what your SF hacker community is
> investing their cycles in.
>
>
> *Want to present?*
>
> Add your name and talk title on the events page: https://noisebridge.net/
> wiki/Five_Minutes_of_Fame_2016_12_01
> <https://noisebridge.net/Five_Minutes_of_Fame>
>
>
> *Who to contact?*
>
> jeremy.llewellyn at gmail.com
>
>
> *Other questions? *
>
> All this information and more @ https://noisebridge.net/
> Five_Minutes_of_Fame
>
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