[Exclusive] SKEME TMT interview

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WHAT YOU WRITE .COM

As the TMT vs TC5 battle just started , we sat down with Skeme for a quick talk , check this out :

YO! Wassup “Whatyouwrite’ !

First of all , Thanks for the opportunity and hello to the people…writers…and Graff admirers alike…

Lets go ,

I write SKEME,….known as the “Three Yard King”….the New York City Graffiti writer from the 80’s. I was born in the Bronx, NY in 1964 and lived on Fox Street until moving to Harlem in the
early 70’s. I started consciously observing subway art at around the age of 14…and needless to say I was in awe of what my eyes beheld. I thought to myself who is drawing comics on the
trains?

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After a very, very, short stint in The High School of Music and Art, where I was expelled for truancy, I took up writing as a full time occupation. I hit…

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‘DARK GIRLS’ (FULL LENGTH DOCUMENTARY)

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MAD NEWS UK

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When Africans were first brought to the United States as slaves, many slave owners took a strange approach to diving the labor among the humans they owned — lighter skinned blacks were assigned to work inside the house, performing more precise but less physically demanding chores, while their darker skinned brethren were forced to perform punishing manual labour in the fields. In the 21st Century, a grim vestige of this tradition lives on in African-American culture, as women with dark complexion often find themselves looked down upon by their peers, considered less attractive, less intelligent and less refined than women with a lighter skin tone. A variety of African-American women discuss this phenomenon, sharing their thoughts on the social and cultural implications of this subtle but common form of prejudice, in the documentary Dark Girls. Directors Bill Duke and D. Channsin Berry feature interviews with women sharing their own…

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Audre Lorde

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Forever Black Effusion

“I want to live the rest of my life, however long or short, with as much sweetness as I can decently manage, loving all the people I love, and doing as much as I can of the work I still have to do. I am going to write fire until it comes out of my ears, my eyes, my noseholes—everywhere. Until it’s every breath I breathe. I’m going to go out like a fucking meteor!”

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MMG: Road To Self Made 3 Documentary

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A MICRO RELAY AT WORK

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SHRIRAM SPARK

relay is an electrically operated switch. Many relays use an electromagnet to operate a switching mechanism mechanically, but other operating principles are also used. Relays are used where it is necessary to control a circuit by a low-power signal (with complete electrical isolation between control and controlled circuits), or where several circuits must be controlled by one signal. The first relays were used in long distance telegraph circuits, repeating the signal coming in from one circuit and re-transmitting it to another. Relays were used extensively in telephone exchanges and early computers to perform logical operations.

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CONNECTING A RELAY TO ARDUINO

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SHRIRAM SPARK

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Why use a relay with an Arduino board?

Individual applications will vary, but in short – a relay allows our relatively low voltage Arduino to easily control higher power circuits. A relay accomplishes this by using the 5V outputted from an Arduino pin to energize an electromagnet which in turn closes an internal, physical switch attached to the aforementioned higher power circuit. You can actually hear the switch *click* closed on even small relays – just like the big ones on street corners used for traffic signals.

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