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Possibly the most anticipated winter film of 2008, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button is a curious film indeed. It’s got an intriguing and completely absorbing story, as well as my favorite director, David Fincher, on the top of his game. With “Button”, Fincher cements his place as one of the best directors alive, as his film is nothing short of magical, mesmerizing, riveting, ground breaking, and ultimately, timeless.


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Debutant director Sasi Kumar tries to present a different show through his much expected Subramanyapuram with the typical eighties backdrop. A former associate of Bala and Ameer, Sasi has come out with a fine watch worthy movie. The film is the story of four youths growing up in Madurai locality and turn as killers due to unemployment and circumstances. Azhagar (Jai), Paramar (director Sasi Kumar), Kasi (Kanja Garuppu) and a handicapped young man in Subramanyapuram area. They do the odd jobs and working as sincere cadets of local politicians Somu and his brother (Samudrakani). Azhagar, the hero among the four, latter falls in love with the Somu’s daughter Thulasi (Swathy). But his gang opposes the love and warns him many occasions.

Tap dance was born in the United States during the 19th century, and today is popular all around the world. The name comes from the tapping sound made when the small metal plates on the dancer’s shoes touch a hard floor. This lively, rhythmic tapping makes the performer not just a dancer, but also a percussive musician.

Its evolutionary grandparents may well have been:
# African dance to drum rhythms
# African welly boot dance
# Spanish flamenco, where nails are hammered into the heel and the front part of the dancers’ shoes so that the rhythm of their steps can be heard
# Step dancing
# Clogging, for example from Lancashire, where there may be no accompanying music, just the noise of the shoes
# Irish Sean-nós dancing (different from step dance)

Tap dance began in the 1830s in the Five Points neighborhood of New York City as a fusion of Irish, Scottish and English step dances and possibly the African Shuffle. Perhaps the most influential of all was the Irish jig. Dancers from different immigrant groups would get together to compete and show off their best moves. As the dances fused, a new American style of dancing emerged.

Tap flourished in the U.S. from 1900 to 1955, when it was the main performance dance of Vaudeville and Broadway. Vaudeville was the inexpensive entertainment before television, and it employed droves of skilled tap dancers. Many big bands included tap dances as part of their show. For a while, every city in the U.S. had amateur street tap performers. At the time, “tap dance” was also called “jazz dance”, because jazz was the music that tap dancers performed with.

In the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s, the best tap dancers moved from Vaudeville to the movies and television.

During the 1930s tap dance mixed with Lindy Hop. “Flying swing outs” and “flying circles” are Lindy Hop moves with tap footwork.

In the 1950s, the style of entertainment changed. Jazz music and tap dance declined, while rock and roll music and the new jazz dance emerged. What is now called “jazz dance” evolved out of “tap dance”, so both dances have many moves in common. But, jazz evolved separately from tap to become a new form in its own right.

Characteristics of tap dance
Tap dancers make frequent use of syncopation. Choreographies typically start on the eighth beat, or between the eighth and the first count. Another aspect of tap dancing is improvisation. This can either be done with music and follow the beats provided or without musical accompaniment, otherwise known as a capella dancing. Hoofers are tap dancers who dance only with their legs, making a louder, more grounded sound. This kind of tap dancing, also called “rhythm tap”, is typically found in cities or poor areas. The majority of hoofers, such as Sammy Davis Jr., Savion Glover, and Gregory Hines, are black dancers. Dancers like Fred Astaire provided a more ballroom look to tap dancing, while Gene Kelly used his extensive ballet training to make tap dancing incorporate all the parts of the

Steps in Tap Dancing
The simplest step is the toe tap, using the ball of your foot to make a sound. The same sound can come from the heel, although often it is not as loud or pronounced. These steps can be combined to make a cramp roll which produces a rolling sound like a horse gallop. It is done by stepping on your right toe, then left, then placing your right heel down, then the left or it is started with the left toe. By slighty jumping into the step and doing it continually, the proper sound is made. The next step in tap dancing is the shuffle. Standing on one leg, the other is brushed out by sliding the toe of the shoe against the floor, then brushed back in. Making the step faster must be done by making smaller movements that are closer to the body. There are actually many different ways to perform a shuffle. Broadway-style shuffles use knee movement to swing the foot into a shuffle. Hoofers perform shuffles in 2 different ways. The more common shuffle comes from movement in the upper leg and hip. The first sound of the shuffle is almost like a drop, while the second sound is the foot being pulled up. The other type of Hoofer shuffle is from the ankle. This is used in more impressive, fast tap dancing. The difference in the sounds of the brush and the pull back is almost none; this shuffle is more of a “double tap”. The final simple tap step is the flap. This is like the shuffle, but instead of brushing the toe back, the toe steps, i.e. brush-step. Both the shuffle and the flap make two sounds. By combining the tap/heel, the shuffle, and the flap, many other tap steps can be produced eg. shuffle tap-step ball change. The shuffle tap-ball change is a shuffle then a ball change. A ball change is like two toe taps, one on your left foot and one on your right.

I think this is the best day inside my home with my blog but i am totally upset outside the door because i played poor cricket and my bad form continuous for the second day and i also got my leg twisted and now it has swallon and paining a lot me. So both sad and good news comes for me at the same day.

Nanotechnology, or, as it is sometimes called, molecular manufacturing, is a branch of engineering that deals with the design and manufacture of extremely small electronic circuits and mechanical devices built at the molecular level of matter. The Institute of Nanotechnology in the U.K. expresses it as “science and technology where dimensions and tolerances in the range of 0.1 nanometer(nm) to 100 nm play a critical role.” Nanotechnology is often discussed together with micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS), a subject that usually includes nanotechnology but may also include technologies higher than the molecular level.

There is a limit to the number of components that can be fabricated onto a semiconductor wafer or “chip.”. Traditionally, circuits have been etched onto chips by removing material in small regions. However, it is also possible in theory to build chips up, one atom at a time, to obtain devices much smaller than those that can be manufactured by etching. With this approach, there would be no superfluous atoms; every particle would have a purpose. Electrical conductors, called nanowires, would be only one atom thick. A logic gate would require only a few atoms. A data bit could be represented by the presence or absence of a single electron.

Nanotechnology holds promise in the quest for ever-more-powerful computers and communications devices. But the most fascinating (and potentially dangerous) applications are in medical science. So-called nanorobots might serve as programmable antibodies. As disease-causing bacteria and viruses mutate in their endless attempts to get around medical treatments, nanorobots could be reprogrammed to selectively seek out and destroy them. Other nanorobots might be programmed to single out and kill cancer cells.

Two concepts associated with nanotechnology are positional assemblyand self-replication. Positional assembly deals with the mechanics of moving molecular pieces into their proper relational places and keeping them there. Molecular robots are devices that do the positional assembly. Self-replication deals with the problem of multiplying the positional arrangements in some automatic way, both in building the manufacturing device and in building the manufactured product.

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