Archive for August, 2010

In addition to my usual routine, Ralph and I and others have been giving some thought to a trip East. We are making plans to go to Washington D.C. and Ann Arbor sometime in late September. While in D.C. I will be seeing a number of SAIC employees and old friends who are still living […]

Finding Phytoplankton in San Diego

On Thursday, August 12th, I met with John Evey, Andy Alan, and several others from the Venter Institute to discuss further their progress on the ocean-sampling project we have been conducting monthly from my boat. It looks like the experiments have turned up some new phytoplankton not before seen in the San Diego area. We […]

Network Solutions Book Update

We continue to make progress on the Network Solutions book. The draft manuscript is currently at the 50% mark and we should have a complete draft by November 1. Finding information about the earliest days of NSI has been a challenge, but we continue to research the topic and conduct interviews. I am confident we […]

Sailing San Diego Bay

On July 30, several of us went for a Friday sail on San Diego Bay, with lunch at the Bali Hai restaurant. From left to right: Robert Craig, Dr. Beyster, Mark Waldschmidt, and Rod Jones

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