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RE: Weekly

Released on 2012-08-09 18:00 GMT

Email-ID 1275263
Date 2010-01-24 05:30:01

Sorry to hear about your wife's dad. My father-in-law is a pretty
prominent doc in Houston. If you need anything at all or have questions
about anybody, etc., please don't hesitate to ask. I'd be more than glad
to get him to help out however.

All best,


Aaric S. Eisenstein
Chief Innovation Officer
512-744-4334 fax
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From: Fred Burton []
Sent: Friday, January 22, 2010 4:39 PM
To: 'Exec'
Subject: Weekly

Positive developments with TrapWire in light of the Texas State Capital
shooting. I chatted w/the DPS Director and lead Commissioner about the
need to get this moving so one of my hand picked men was re-assigned today
to move this off center. Thank goodness for crazy people. I wrote the
master plan to cover all of the DPS bldgs statewide, so if we get one, the
rest will fall in line.

Visited w/South African Nate (about UT website lead) and Darryl about the
opportunities in the on-line educational market as it pertains to homeland
security, terrorism, security and intelligence analysis courses. There
are thousands of US Govt hacks and DOD folks taking on-line courses at
places like AMU and Henley-Putnam. The dean at Henley-Putnam is an old
USSS crony, as a side bar. I also know one of his chief CIA
instructors. He uses Ghost for his surveillance classes. I think we are
a natural fit for these schools. Showed Darryl a good number of the
on-line courses that are wonderful. There are approx. 100 schools with
similar programs to include Kings College in London. How do we sell them
our products? I got no idea. But, I know how our work would be helpful
to their students.


Fast-paced week with intel collected on Haiti, the second wave plot
(aviation), domestic terror plots, Iranian scientist whacked by Lord knows

I've learned that AP has an undercover reporter in Iran. I've used one of
my AP contacts to task that source to look into the scientist killing.


WTOP radio; Univision (MX) tv on TX State Capital shooting; CNN Atlanta on
background re Fusion centers.

An old interview on covert action inside Iran is also getting a fair
amount of play in various blogs and websites.


My father-in-law is at MD Anderson for stomach cancer consultations (thank
you for the help Don) and my wife is taking it pretty hard. We don't know
how bad off he may be and are awaiting further tests. I may need to pop
down there next week for awhile. He's a tough old man who has drank far
too much over the years, so if anybody can beat this, he can.

My old high school pal Andy Serwer, the Managing Editor of Fortune, has a
new book out. It's called Starting Over. Somehow, he managed to get
that old coot Walter Isaacson to write a testimonial for his book. I
thought he was dead.

I'm looking at the concept proposal for the movie script for
Ghost. Kinda surreal. I've penciled in more hair. I just want some
hot chick to play my sidekick. Why not? It's Hollywood.