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Some of you may have heard that I was ill over the past month. I have been in and out of the hospital a couple times, but I think I am on the mend. I am back in business now, and I would like to encourage you, my loyal blog readers, to have some correspondence […]

It was an exciting week with every minute occupied with conversations with employees and ex-employees. In total we had eight signings, sold over 600 books, and met with over 500 people. (We also sold over 800 books via the virtual book stores at I talked at most of these gatherings about the book and […]

Beyster’s Blog 2.0

Welcome to my new blog. We have been calling it, with tongue firmly in cheek, Beyster 2.0. My original reasons for doing a blog were twofold: to reconnect with my many friends and colleagues, from SAIC and elsewhere, and to solicit your ideas and input for my book, The SAIC Solution. I am pleased that […]

Week thirty-seven

We had a good meeting last week with a consultant who is going to help us take the blog to the next level in functionality and interaction. I was happy to hear that the blog rates high in its relative “influence” on the Internet. Thank you for your ongoing participation. We plan to introduce a […]

Week thirty-six

We’re going to be redesigning the blog over the next few weeks to make it more user friendly and to bring in some new blogging features to dialog on the book topics and more. If there are any blogs that you personally enjoy, and that you think we should consider as we work on our […]

Week thirty

As the year draws to a close, I would like to thank you all for participating in my blog, and leaving your comments for me to read. I have enjoyed our discussions and the opportunity to keep in touch and to renew so many good acquaintances. Betty, I, and our children wish you and yours […]

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