By samzenpus from Slashdot's things-we-knew department
writes with a Techdirt story about a House Oversight Committee report
that is very critical of the TSA's handling of money. "The House Oversight Committee has come out with a report slamming the TSA for tremendous amounts of waste, specifically in the 'deployment and storage' of its scanning equipment. Basically, it sounds like the TSA likes to go on giant spending sprees, buying up security equipment and then never, ever using it."
Earlier this month Ron Paul laid out his plan for dealing with the TSA
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By samzenpus from Slashdot's read-all-about-it department
writes "You would think that geeks would be as interested in fitness as dogs are of TV. After all, geeks already put in hours of finger dancing on keyboards, assembling hefty code fragments, and juggling PHP programming functions. Although intended, in part, as a guide to real physical fitness the book, Fitness for Geeks, entices geeks with what they are really interested in–the science of fitness, nutrition, and exercise. In 11 chapters over 311 pages (including notes and an index) author, Bruce W Perry, describes in great detail the science of fitness and all of its components–food selections, timings, and fastings; exercising of all types; sleep, rest, and meditation; the benefits of hormesis (shocking the body with stresses); and the benefits of natural sunlight."
Read on for the rest of jsuda's review. Fitness For Geeks: Real Science, Great Nutrition, and Good Health
author Bruce W Perry
publisher O'Reilly Media
summary shows the hacker and maker communities how to bring science and software into their nutrition and fitness routines.Read Replies (0)