Saturday, March 26, 2016

Beautiful RC Gasoline Cars

What is the authentic difference between RC Gasoline Cars plus Electric Powered Ones? Now this is a really interesting one! Often when you read anything on the topic of remote controlled toys and cars you’ll either notice the term Gas Powered Remote Control Cars or perhaps just remote control vehicles applied. Frequently these kinds of terms are also used interchangeably (just such as I do on this site).
So is there a real difference between what these two terms refer to?
To some degree this really comes down to which you ask. Just check out out any of the forums on internet as well as you’ll see there are even often various varying views in the community alone as to just what the distinction really is.
Let’s start by evaluating the term RC Gasoline Cars. This is generally acknowledged become short for ‘radio control’ and refers towards technical set up of the gadget in question which (keeping information technology quite simple) is really:
  • the ‘transmitter’ which is actually their hand held controller you use in order to control the direction, movement etc of the gadget. Once you move a joystick on push the best button on your hand held controller effectively converts our movement into a message which is sent out as radio waves to your gadget.
  • A ‘receiver’ which sits interior your device to be controlled and receives the radio wave instructions sent after the transmitter.
  • A ‘servo’ (or more than one servo) and is actually passed the instructions from that the receiver and in response towards these instructions will be sending an appropriate content to the motor (or motors) in your gadget.
  • A ‘motor’ (or even more than one motor) which once it receives is training from the servo takes action to put people instructions towards effect e.g. makes your car competition forward or perhaps backwards or turn left or well etc.
If you’re after a more in depth explanation of all these different components and how they interact on a a lot more technical document then check this out
So in comparison to this very clear technical based understanding, things does ‘remote control cars’ actually mean? Now this is wherein a bit a lot more disagreement usually arises.
Unlike that the very clear technical basis we have to define the term RC Gasoline Cars anytime this comes to radio control we are much more looking at a descriptive term which on its most widely accepted meaning pertains to any method of controlling your toy, vehicle or different gadget from a distance.
So this could refer to methods of control such as by wires, by infrared (as plenty of the cheaper brands today use very effectively) or even arguable by RC as of course when you use an RC transmitter to operate a automobile you are nevertheless operating it from a distance.
Hence while all RC gadgets could be seen in order to be ‘remote control’ not all ‘radio control’ devices have the essential technical make up to try to be considered gasoline rc car gadgets.
BUT increasingly people apply the terms interchangeably (even I tend to on this website) and in all honesty it doesn’t really matter unless of course you are looking in buying and they are really specifically after a few out of the advantages radio control may have done some of the other forms of remote control. In these cases ensure you do spend some time looking within detail behind the title used towards make sure you is really acquiring what you want.

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

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Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Washington Food Events Calendar

MARYLAND WINE PASSPORT EXPERIENCE: Self-guided tour of wineries in Frederick, Allegany, Washington and Montgomery counties. Price includes tastings of up to six wines at participating wineries. Noon-5 p.m.; Sunday, noon-5 p.m. $25. . PRESIDENTIAL TEA: Historic teas paired with some of George Washingtons favorite dishes, followed by a tour of the mansion. 1-3 p.m. $30. Tudor Place, 1644 31st St. NW. 202-965-0400. . WINE CLASS: Five half-glasses of red wines from Tuscany and Umbria, and a talk and slide show from Maples owners on their recent visit with winemakers there. Light antipasti served. 2-4 p.m. $50, including tax and gratuity. Maple, 3418 11th St. NW.
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Monday, February 17, 2014

writing Children's Books: How To Write Bestselling Books For Kids Of Any Age

Get excited about writing children's books! Write bestselling books for kids of all ages! Writing for kids can be rewarding: discover how to write bestselling kids' books by knowing what your target readers want.

Writing Children's Books for a Target Audience
First, choose your target readers: babies, toddlers, preschoolers, beginners or preteens. A story that's a potential bestseller with one age group may fall flat with another.

It's important to decide on the age level before you start writing: this will determine the kind of book you write, the length and complexity of your story, and the number, ages and treatment of your characters.

Studies in childhood development show that as kids grow from babyhood to the preteen years, they look for different kinds of books.

Writing Children's Books for the Earliest Years: Toddler and Baby Books
Babies and toddlers love to listen to simple tales revolving round the familiar world of home, family and friends. Also popular are adventures of mischievous children, talking animals or toys that come alive.

Babies love to hear about the doings of other babies (especially naughty ones) and baby animals. Learn from bestselling baby books like Welcome, Little Baby by Aliki and Spot the Puppy by Eric Hill.

Toddlers enjoy stories with lots of repetition, catchy words and rhymes. Take a cue from favorite children's books like Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown and Jamberry by Bruce Degen. Toddlers also love to hear about the escapades of other kids and talking animals, as in the Alfie stories by Shirley Hughes and the Little Crittur series by Mercer Mayer.

Writing Children's Books for Preschoolers
Although some preschoolers may have started to read by themselves, most will still have adults reading to them. How your story sounds is therefore very important; read it aloud -- does it flow smoothly? Does the story hold your attention?

Books about family and school life are popular with preschoolers, especially if they're funny stories with children or animals as the principal characters. Get a taste of kid humor from bestselling children's books like Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day by Judith Viorst, and If You Give a Mouse a Cookie by Laura Numeroff.

Writing Children's Books for Grade School Kids: Beginner Readers and Chapter Books

Beginner books -- also called easy-to-reads -- are for kids just starting to read by themselves. The writer's aim is to make the reading experience a pleasurable one for the child, who can then claim to have read the book "all by myself". This happy result comes about when the vocabulary and sentences are kept simple and concrete. Most beginner books run to only about 1,000 to 1,500 words, or between 40 and 64 pages.

Chapter books are for more advanced readers, and may range from 1,500 words to 10,000 words, or between 40 and 80 pages. They are usually divided into chapters of 3 to 4 pages each.

Grade school kids enjoy funny stories, and fast-paced adventure and fantasy stories revolving round family, school and friends. To understand what appeals to kids, look at popular children's books like Kids of the Polk Street School series by Patricia Reilly Giff, the Babysitters Club series by Ann M Martin, and Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing and sequels by Judy Blume.

Writing for Preteens
Preteens want their stories to zip along at a fast pace, with plenty of action, adventure and humor. They prefer protagonists who are their own age or slightly older: active, intelligent, resourceful characters capable of solving problems by themselves.

Preteens look for stories that address relationship and growing-up issues in a way they can identify with: books such as The Divorce Express and Can You Sue Your Parents for Malpractice?, both by Paula Danziger and Are You There, God? It's Me, Margaret by Judy Blume.

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Angaza Afrika - African Art Now

“Africa is as much a global phenomenon as a continent.” Chris Spring

Untitled - Mohamed Omer Bushara - 2008
We are delighted to be working with Chris Spring from the British Museum to bring some images from his excellent book on African contemporary art to our monthly events.

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'Author Chris Spring, curator of the African galleries at the British Museum, has selected 60 thoughtful and creative contemporary artists working now not only in Africa, but also Europe and North and South America, including the Caribbean. Their work challenges our preconceived notions of Africa and its art on many levels'. 

Check the October Gallery for information and images from their exhibition

Angaza Afrika: African Art Now by Chris Spring, published by Laurence King (paperback, 350 colour illustrations, 336 pages ISBN 13: 978-1-85669-548-0).

Market Club 20/02/2011

Lake of Stars are pleased to announce that our first Market Club event last Sunday was a huge success. 

Many market stalls turned up to sell everything from clothing to CD’s to custom-made bowls. Fenchurch, Fabric and Frockney Rebel all set up stalls, and those were only the ones that begin with ‘F’.
The event officially got underway as our compere Ray took to the stage to introduce Mikel and George. At only 15 and 14 respectively, they were recommended by the English Table Tennis Association to give a table tennis demo and show the attendees how it’s done. 

We managed to speak to the boys after their losing to their opponents, albeit with mini-bats, to get the lowdown on how they got involved with table tennis. They’ve only been playing for a couple of years and were pretty inexperienced in playing with tiny bats.

 Our first live act of the day was Sam Sallon who gave the audience a helping of his plaintive acoustic sound and in the end was encouraged to play an encore by the enthusiastic crowd. We spoke to Sam afterwards and he even performed a song for us, making it the very first Market Club Session track:

After some further table tennis action, Scubaroots stepped up to play their laid back reggae on a Sunday afternoon.  

Their music perfectly suited the atmosphere but we were lucky enough to get an interview with them later and they told us that they have been known to play a lot heavier material and their album Babylon Pharmacy even contains some Drum ‘n’ Bass. Check out our interview with them below:

 The final stage of the day was to play the ‘Round-the-Table’ game umpired by the Young Offender’s Institute clubnight. The rules are simple. Each participant gets a bat and two wristbands. When running around the table every time they lose a point, they lose a wristband until only one player remains. The game continued this way for the rest of the night whilst the DJ’s played on.

By the end of the day, many of the stalls had made a great profit from Market Club and we spoke to some of them to see how their day had gone:

If you missed out on the event, worry not, Market Club will return next month on March 20th. Click here for the event: