Scienceblogs Millionth comment party--Iowa City fiesta

As today's Scienceblogs homepage notes, we've now reached over 1,000,000 comments. To celebrate, bloggers are throwing shindigs across the country. Ours is now officially set as well. We'll be screening "Flock of Dodos" on Monday, Sept. 22nd at 7PM in Kollros auditorium (Biology Building East, room 101). After the movie, we'll retreat somewhere (location TBA) for drinks and discussion.

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