I would like to thank all of you who posted to my blog over the past couple of weeks. It’s been good to hear from all of you and from those who sent notes. I hope that you will keep in touch. I am now at home and getting better, but it’s still very difficult for me to get around outside.

The big news is that I do now have a Facebook page. You will find it here. If you belong to Facebook, you can easily link to my page by clicking the “Like” button at the top of the page. Please have a look and let me know what you think. It’s good to know that I am now up to date with the new social media.

While I have been resting at home, I have been watching many films. The current stack includes Stalingrad, Executive Decision, What Lies Beneath, The Thin Red Line, American Gangster, and The Fog of War. If you have any films to recommend, I would enjoy hearing from you. I seem to have a lot of time on my hands right now.

– Bob

7 Responses to “Thank You, Facebook Page, and Films”

  1. 1 Andre Milteer, M.A.

    Hey Dr B.,
    Found Your FB Fan Page. Seriously Cool…Profile Pic is Outstanding. Truly You!

    BTW, here is the link to my FB Fan Page – http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/eResumes4Vips/150595349938

    Your #1 Social Media Fan, Andre

  2. 2 Andre Milteer, M.A.

    That LONG hyperlink went to my personal page (oops). Here is a accurate shortened URL to my ‘Corporate’ Fan page – http://companies.to/eResumes4Vips

  3. 3 Clayton Peters

    Dr. Beyster,
    I am happy to say that I have just become a new employee of SAIC and will begin work at the Cape on Feb 21, 2011. I have been reading through the impressive amount of information on the “Onboarding” website and saw where you were having a few health issues. I wanted to take a moment to express my sincere wishes for a speedy recovery. You had mentioned a request for movie and film recomendations in you message. I don’t know the scope of your interests, however if you have an interest in little known military history, I may have a lead for you. In 1978 there was a mini-series aired on THAMES TV and picked up by publicTV here in the states.

    DANGER UXB consisted of 13 episoded and documented the men and mission to defuse unexploded bombs (UXB) in England during WW II. Though novelized the story is based in historical fact and documents the ingenious give and take by Allied and Axis elements to develop technology to outsmart the other side. The ISBN for this DVD set is 0-7670-7692-3. I found my four disk DVD set on the internet.

    Clayton Peters

  4. 4 Dr. Beyster

    Clayton: Congratulations on becoming a new SAIC employee. I hope you have a long and successful career there. As you may know, the company is very near and dear to me, and I spent many happy years there. The people working for SAIC at the Cape are outstanding individuals, and I suspect you are too. I will look into your recommendation for the television series DANGER UXB. It sounds very interesting to me. Thank you. — Bob

  5. 5 Dr. Beyster

    Andre: Thank you for your note. I’m glad to hear that you found my Facebook page, and I hope you enjoy it. It took me a while to get it working, but I think it will be very useful moving forward. — Bob

  6. 6 Roceta Gonzales

    Here are some of my very favorite movies: A Few Good Men, Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon, Pearl Harbor, The Last Samurai.

    I might be too late, as your blog says that you are feeling better, but if you still have time to take in a few flicks, do check out the ones I have listed.

    It is much better to hear that you are feeling better, though.


    Roceta Gonzales
    former SAIC employee and TEC member

  7. 7 Dr. Beyster

    Roceta: Thank you for your movie recommendations. I believe I have seen A Few Good Men and Pearl Harbor, but I don’t think I have seen the others you mentioned. I will rent them out soon. — Bob

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