Archive for March, 2012
I recently read an article in the Washington Post that I thought you might be interested in. The article, published on March 27, 2012, discusses the current debate over U.S. military rules of engagement for launching cyberattacks on our enemies.
While some have argued that commanders on the battlefield should have this authority, the commander of [...]
Betty and I were very pleased that my old friend General Rosie Rosenberg and his wife stopped by on Sunday to join us for lunch. The visit was a real treat, and we had much to talk about. It was people like Rosie who made SAIC a success, and I am very disappointed that he [...]
Well, the engineering students at the University of Michigan have been busy lately. It seems that a group of engineering students pulled a prank of the sort typical at many universities. I have to say that I was impressed with the imagination of the students who pulled off this particular prank, and their ingenuity in [...]