Archive for December, 2009

We’ve been grappling lately with the issue of whether or not we should write a book on the Network Solutions story and the role that SAIC and the government played in building the Internet at a crucial juncture in its history. This juncture was the transition of the Internet from public to private ownership. There […]

I was pleased to see that the Foundation for Enterprise Development has been continuing its work with DARPA’s SBIR program. The latest set of DARPA SBIR/STTR Success Reports — which FED helped put together under contract with DARPA — was recently published and made searchable. The projects contained in the report are impressive. They include […]

I was interested to see that unemployment took a slight dip in November — from 10.2 to 10.0 percent. Many in the media have jumped on this as a sign of good times ahead for the American economy. Of course, it’s impossible to know if this is a trend that will last, or if it […]

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