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by Mike Myers
December 29 & 30, 2011
Until it was far too late, I knew practically nothing about this hurricane which was to go directly over my head. The day before, Thursday, I read something in The Hindu, the local newspaper, that a cyclone was coming to Chennai, India, and it covered this news in a fairly small article. There were no warnings, and nothing I read seemed to be anything to be alarmed at. As I read the article, I remember thinking that there would
So, there you are at your R/C car track, determined that this time the race is yours to win. No more silly mistakes, no more broken cars, no more blown engines – whatever it takes, you’re bound and determined to get a first place trophy in the A-Main. In practice you put in some good fast laps. As for the not-so-good laps, you ignore them; telling yourself you just need to do more of the good ones. So, in both qualifying and the Finals, you go as fast as you can, right at your limit. …and despite
How the Experts get to be Experts or The Real "P" in Performance (reprinted from SGRID)
First a small disclaimer.
Mike Myers has, without any shame, bribed me into writing this and I am not a writer. It is an excruciating thing for me to do. It would be very similar to performing your own tooth extraction over a period of days or weeks. Also, as part of this disclaimer the opinions expressed are only mine and what I have picked up from people over the years
The Future of R/C Racing (reprinted from Radio Race Car International Magazine)
Newsby Dez Chand
The recent developments in 3D cinema are truly staggering, I went to my first viewing as sceptical as ever, expecting the cheap red/blue glasses, headache inducing fuzzy picture that passes itself off as 3D, but I couldn’t have been more wrong! From the first second I slipped on the proper shades I was stunned at just how good it was, speechless, a whole new era in cinema is here,
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