Archive for November, 2010

A move to Facebook?

While working on the manuscript for the book on Network Solutions, I have been reading many articles on social networking. In particular, I am very interested in how the Facebook, Twitter, and MySpace Web applications have come to prominence over the past couple of years. It seems to me that more people are spending time […]

Last Tuesday the 16th I met with Jordan Becker, an outstanding individual who worked at SAIC for more than 10 years. Jordan is an expert on the Internet and is technically savvy in a variety of areas. I hired him in 2000, but he recently left SAIC to work for BAE Systems. He has a […]

Last week, a group of us including Robert Craig and his wife Claire, Mindy Pawinski and her husband Leon, my daughter Mary Ann (for the weekend), and my wife Betty and I attended the National Entrepreneur of the Year awards festivities at the JW Marriott Desert Springs Resort in Palm Springs, California. This is a […]

Last week, on Wednesday, November 3rd, Mindy Pawinski, Robert Craig, and I went to the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles to hear a discussion on private banking by J.P. Morgan. The head of J.P. Morgan spoke with us about current trends in the banking industry as well as the nation’s general economic situation. They were […]

Last week was a good week for me. Halloween was particularly notable. We had many visitors on Sunday evening — we live right next door to UCSD, so it is easy for the students to come over and ring our doorbell. We bought a dozen bags of candy and all of it was given out […]

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