Mu­sic for iage

India Today - - LEISURE -

In to­day’s times, it’s en­tirely pos­si­ble to cre­ate mu­sic with­out bulky in­stru­ments and Rave iBand does just that. The Ban­ga­lore- based band re­placed their gui­tars, pi­anos and drums with iPads and other tablets. Mak­ing their mu­sic with apps like Mic, Gui­tar, Pi­ano and Per­cus­sion, the five- mem­ber band— founder and mu­sic di­rec­tor Ricky Kej, Ric­cha Paul on vo­cals, Cha­ran Raj on pi­ano and gui­tar, Vanil Veigas on per­cus­sion and DJ JDee— are

a hit on­line. A pro­fes­sor at Univer­sité Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, has in­vented a de­vice that al­lows peo­ple to write and draw by sim­ply us­ing their eyes. Diane Hayes from Ne­braska put up an ad on eBay to find a suitor for her niece Em­i­lie Rogers, 21. The bid­ding started at $ 9.99 ( Rs 550). About 1,000 men ap­plied be­fore the ad was pulled down. Here’s how you make a good first im­pres­sion dur­ing Skype in­ter­views and on­line chats: Al­ways make eye contact with the per­son at the other end. Place the we­b­cam on a sur­face that is in line with your fore­head so your face looks an­gu­lar. Make sure you are well­groomed. As­tub­ble or blem­ish looks ter­ri­ble, es­pe­cially with HD tech­nol­ogy.

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