Who wears short shorts?
On May 12, CrossFit filed suit against the National Strength and Conditioning Association, claiming the NSCA’s Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research published a study based on “‘junk’ science” to suggest that the fitness program “causes injuries at a high rate.” The motive, the suit alleges, was to undermine CrossFit’s lucrative and steady business of certifying trainers, for which the NSCA is a competitor.
I don’t know enough cosmology, math, or information theory to know if this is great or jerking off.
The world of modeling libraries and areas covered by SystemModeler just got bigger. And with the Library Store we expect to expand on the available libraries continuously. Interestingly, we’ve interacted with many R&D groups that have in-depth knowledge of different areas—from tire modeling for off-road machinery, to chemical reactors, to classes of disease pathways, etc.—for which libraries don’t yet exist. With the SystemModeler Library Store, there is an actual marketplace where such knowledge—if made into a library—can readily be made available. There really is no limit to the areas that can be made accessible with well-designed model libraries.
Buried in Saga 21: deep wisdom.
Pokémon workout tanks. Finally. A reason to take the gun show public.
While many of her colleagues in the tech reporting space are occasionally frustrated by high-level executives who choose not to come out but rather wave from inside a Gorilla Glass closet…
You keep poking Tim Cook to come out, NYT. You keep poking that
bear silver fox.