BY JOHN CAPOUYA Slowly, deliberately, the slender man raises his arms overhead, stretching high for a Salute to the Sun. Concentrating intently, he moves to the rhythm of his breath, now tilting his upper body forward, parallel to the floor, while balancing on one leg.
SCIENCE WRITER JAMES GLEICK, 40, is the author of the best seller "Chaos: Making a New Science" and "Genius: The Life and Science of Richard Feynman." A year and a half ago, he went online for the first time--in search of an Internet bridge game--only to be met by a puzzling response on the screen: "$," a Unix command-line prompt.
Someone over 30 you can trust. The patches B-52 crewmen stick on their flight jackets sum up their affection for the gigantic bomber known in the Air Force as the BUFF - "Big Ugly Fat Fellow." So far, high-tech fighter jets and cruise missiles have captured the headlines in the air war against Iraq.