I came home tonight to my roommate’s girlfriend chatting about Lunch 2.0. She was asking if I had ever heard of it. Well I have but we have yet to have one in D.C. Why is that? The Lunch 2.0 website refers to Lunch 2.0 as “A social phenomenon referring to a migration of web 2.0 company employees to other offices around the Silicon Valley area; characterized by open communication, decentralization of authority, freedom to share food and ideas…”

She said that the World Bank had a great cafeteria but that doesn’t seem very web oriented to me. Let’s launch Lunch 2.0 in D.C. on September 25th. I’m creating a Facebook group now that will focus on this. So sign up for Lunch 2.0 and let’s make it happen. I don’t know where it will be held so place your suggestions. We need a term for the D.C. tech scene as well. Instead of the valley, alley and prairie (Chicago), let’s make one for D.C.

Post a comment on here as to where you think would be the best location. It’s time to make it happen so I’ve set the date: September 25, 2007. Suggest your office, suggest a friend’s office, I really don’t care. The main thing is that we need to make this happen as one of the many events taking place. This one should take place on a monthly basis. You can join the group here.