Archive for October, 2011

My plans for a trip to the University of Michigan are firming up. I am now planning to fly out to Ann Arbor for a few days at the end of October. I have decided not to extend my trip to Washington this time, however, so I can spend some focused time with the University […]

I’m heartbroken by the news of the death of Steve Jobs. Few people have contributed as much to the American technology revolution as he has. He will be sorely missed. * * * As you may be aware, I am following very closely the media’s coverage of the topic of cybersecurity. This field is quickly […]

More Progress on the Ocean Sampling Front

I met with Craig Venter and his team at Cave Street last Thursday to discuss their progress on the 2009-2010 Research Voyage of the Sorcerer II Expedition. The presentation was very thorough, and I am pleased with the progress that Craig and his team have made. As some of you may recall, I helped to […]

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