In which the authors share what they might, um, share in the future

As you may know, Lunch Roulette is a super simple web-based process for fostering serendipity in the workplace. Over lunch.

The idea for Lunch Roulette is so deceptively simple that it almost appears dumb. Except it really isn’t. And it’s that gap that we’re going to explore over the coming weeks, through words - maybe some video, on this blog.

Initially, posts will either come from myself (David Thompson, @dcthmpsn) or Christopher Tan (@christopherjtan). We’ll most likely talk about serendipity (engineered or otherwise), technology, this thing we call ‘work’, gaming, or sports. We’ll commit to posting at least once a week.

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“But you can’t please all the people all the time”

I’m currently reading Jon Ronson‘s most recent book, So You’ve Been Publicly Shamed. My title from today’s post made me think of Chapter Two and his description of everything that went down with an author who’d made up some song lyrics.... Continue →