Archive for February, 2010

As most of you probably know, this is not the best time to publish a new book. The industry is in tough shape and publishers are looking for sure things. Our story about Network Solutions, SAIC, and the Internet is one that should interest many people. I believe especially those who depend on the Internet […]

This past July 22-23, the FED conducted the 2009 Beyster Fellowship Symposium here in La Jolla at the Museum of Modern Art. There were more than 40 attendees, many of whom are being supported by the FED to write reports on specific aspects of employee ownership. The proceedings of the symposium will soon be available […]

Being a Republican, I was very pleased to see Scott Brown win the Senate seat in Massachusetts. One of the things that makes this country great is the fact that new superstars pop up from time to time within both the Democrat and Republican parties. In this case, Senator Brown shocked the nation and the […]

This past week I attended an event at the San Diego Natural History Museum in Balboa Park, led by Craig Venter. He talked about his many discoveries using his sailboat and my motorboat for sampling the ocean, and pointed out how many new species of ocean life he has discovered as a result. According to […]

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  • Doug Scott: Am pleased to see Bob’s legacy continue. He had an incredibly positive impact on science and...
  • Paul Kouris: Bob and Betty’s generosity continues to contribute to the advancement of science and the...
  • George Gamota: This brings back memories when I was at Michigan during the early 80′s and a consultant to SAIC....
  • Jeannine Menger: I just learned of Bob’s passing almost 2 years ago. Working directly for him was the highlight...
  • Jay Bernhardt: What a legacy. Entrepreneural leader for the ages !