Archive for April, 2010

One of the more pleasant surprises that I’ve recently had is to observe the attention that President Obama has paid to nuclear proliferation and arms control. This attention was badly needed. I think the steps to reduce the stockpile to about 2,500 weapons of all shapes, sizes, and colors is sensible and something our country […]

Of Earthquakes and Books

The highlight of this past week occurred Sunday, when we experienced a large earthquake in San Diego. The epicenter was actually located in Mexico near Mexicali, and the latest estimate is that it was a 7.2 magnitude quake. As a comparison, the January quake in Haiti was a 7.0 magnitude. Fortunately, the area where the […]

In March of this year, the Foundation for Enterprise Development sponsored the first Beyster Fellowship symposium on shared capitalism and employee ownership. It took place here in La Jolla and was attended by roughly 40 people with 15 formal presentations and much informal discussion. The proceedings of the meeting are now available to anyone who […]

Add to Google Homepage or Google Feed Reader
What is RSS?
Receive email alerts

April 2010
« Mar   May »

Recent Posts

Recent Comments

  • Jim Russell: Some 45 years ago in early 1972, I flew out to La Jolla and met with Dr. Beyster to decide whether to...
  • Edgar Cruz: In the 14 years I served at SAIC, I learned from people who knew Dr. Beyster personally, that employee...
  • Paul Hobin: I’ll always remember the awkward, somewhat apologetic explanations for Dr. Beyster’s low pay...
  • Steve Purcell: Well said Mr. Berg!! Dr. Beyster left a big imprint on many of us. Best to all and keep on making a...
  • Bob Berg: Like so many other thousands of people, my life was incredibly and positively changed by “Dr....