About Me

A quick overview:

  • I write about technology and society,
  • A long time ago I gained a PhD in theoretical chemistry and did a couple of years of postdoctoral research,
  • Since then I have worked in the software industry, and I currently work for SAP SE. My writing here is independent of my employer.
  • My book No One Makes You Shop At Wal-Mart (2006) is a left-wing game-theoretical investigation of individual choice that has been used in several university economics, philosophy and sociology courses,
  • My book What’s Yours is Mine: Against the Sharing Economy was published by OR Books in November 2015, and has been translated into German, Chinese (Simplified and Traditional), Spanish, and French.
  • I live with my wife Lynne Supeene in Waterloo, Ontario and have two adult children, James Supeene and Simon Slee.
  • Contact: tom at tomslee.net