“Lean On” was a commercial success, peaking at number 4 on the Billboard Hot 100 and at number 2 on the UK Singles Chart. It reached number one in several other countries including Australia, Ireland, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Denmark and Switzerland. The accompanying music video for “Lean On” was filmed in ND Studios, Karjat and Kaul Heritage City, Vasai in Maharashtra, India, and premiered on March 23, 2015.
One of my interests lately has been dance. I recently joined the YMCA and have really enjoyed the Zumba and BodyJam classes. Simultaneously, I came across a Danish singer by the name of MØ and her song “Lean On”. In checking out the song I ran across the music video, which was filmed in India. Needless to say, with my site ISpeakHindi.com I found that to be interesting.
Two sales men go to Africa in the late 1800s to see if there is an potential to sell shoes. One of them telegraphs back (telegraph here does not refer to an iPhone app, but rather a mode of communication the predates the internet, which didn’t always exist), “There is no potential here, no one wears shoes.”
Likewise, there are only about 3% of the population that listens to Classical Music. Some in the industry say if they could just get it up to 4% then the industry would be saved and that there would not be an further orchestra closings. But Benjamin Zander proposes that maybe many more people (most people) would like classical music, but they just do not know it yet.
Take a look at his TED talk and let me know what you think.
The Super Kit is an all-encompassing introduction to STEM and robotics. Students can use the familiar handheld Controller to drive robots right out of the box or program them to run autonomously using the additional Smart Sensors. While the included Clawbot IQ instructions help students easily build their first robot, the intuitive snap-together parts mean the sky is the limit for their VEX IQ creations.
Storage Bin & Tray included for organized storage of all parts
The Lego Mindstorm kit is about the same price, but limits you to 4 sensors and 4 motors. The VexIQ will let you hookup 12 of either. Also, there are a lot more gears and drive chain options that will allow for a wide variety of robots to be built:
You can program it in RobotC or using a graphical environment similar to Scratch called ModKit.
Amazing Ultra Micro Quad
The tiny Blade® FPV Nano QX quadcopter is a totally immersive RC experience you can take everywhere. Incredibly light and surprisingly durable, the FPV Nano QX can be flown in spaces no bigger than an office cubicle. Its potent motors are smooth and Spektrum™ 2.4GHz DSMX® radio technology delivers outstanding 4-channel maneuverability. But it’s the exclusive SAFE® technology built-in that offers a quadcopter experience like no other. That’s because the specially tuned SAFE system makes sophisticated flight envelope protection possible so flying is incredibly easy and more fun-even if it’s your first time. Plus, the Spektrum™ ultra micro FPV camera is already installed which means you can get started in the short time it takes to charge the batteries.
The Blade® FPV Nano QX features Horizon Hobby’s newest innovation in RC flight, SAFE® technology. This revolutionary system optimizes the FPV Nano QX for precision hovering and accuracy in two flight modes.