Archive for October, 2007

It’s hard for me to believe that six months have already passed since my book The SAIC Solution was published. This time has been a blur of book signings, blog postings, speeches, panel discussions, and get-togethers with many of my SAIC friends. I am happy that the book is selling well, and that the reviewers […]

Firestorm

I’m working at home today as are many others in San Diego since we are experiencing the worst firestorm in its history. Many school buses are being used to move hospital patients. I can’t remember seeing a disaster this bad — on TV they’re saying it may be the worst in California state history. In […]

This week was full of surprises. Mysterious bleeding appeared from unknown causes and I found myself in Scripps Green Hospital on Friday where I spent the weekend being tested and prodded by a very competent staff. They found nothing obvious other than an infection which they’re treating with antibiotics. All seems to be well, and […]

Speaking at SDSU On Friday, September 28, I had the opportunity to speak at the San Diego State University Aztec Center regarding SAIC and employee ownership, and The SAIC Solution. There were about 200 students and faculty who attended, including Dr. Stephen Weber — president of SDSU — and Dr. Gangaram Singh, professor and chair […]


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