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Monsters Inc. fans have more than just the Super Bowl to enjoy on Sunday.Since it's Feb. 3, 2019, fans of the Pixar film were quick to realize that the date correlates to the code 2319 -- a number that leads to a hilarious scene from the 2001 film.As pointed out by ComicBook.com, the scene in question involves the monster George (Sam Black), who gets an unexpected haircut as a result of getting a child's sock stuck on his gloriously orange fur. At this point of the film, monsters think children are toxic, making the sock a big issue codenamed 2319. Fans who remember the scene have taken to Twitter to celebrate the date, with all sorts of orange-ful posts in memory of George's hair.One even thinks 2319 could be a Super Bowl strategy (don't do this).And here's a human reenactment of the scene.And a costumed one, too.Have you posted your own 2319 salute on social media? Drop us a link into the comments and we can update it into this roundup. Happy 2319 day, watch out for those socks! … [Read more...] about Forget the Super Bowl, Monsters Inc. fans are celebrating 2319 day
Creating the 'Monsters, Inc.' Characters Copyright Disney Inc. Mike and Sulley are two quirky stars of "Monsters, Inc." Multiple elements went into creating the characters in "Monsters, Inc." In this section, we'll examine this painstaking process. Clay sculptures of the faces were created and digitized for the main characters, while nearly 50 other miscellaneous monsters were formed in the computer from a kit of virtual parts. Learning from their experience on previous Pixar projects, the two "Toy Story" films and "A Bug's Life," the modelers used a proprietary program called "Geppetto" to add more controls, allowing the animators more subtle movements. Animator John Kahrs spearheaded the production of Sulley, the massive monster who finds himself in a world of trouble. "John Goodman's vocal performance was really rich and had a lot of range," says Kahrs. "It had a wonderful rhythm and a lot of texture. There is a resonant warble to his voice, almost bear-like, and it fits … [Read more...] about Ultimate Guide to ‘Monsters, Inc.’
Start the Countdown The reception area at Google, Inc. See more pictures of the Googleplex. Brendan Hoffmann/Getty Images When it comes to the Internet, it just doesn't get much bigger than Google. In the United States, Google consistently gobbles up 70 to 75 percent of the search engine market [source: Garner]. In places like the United Kingdom, Switzerland and South America, that number soars to more than 90 percent of the market share [source: Google Operating System]. Google has conquered the search engine world so completely that its very name is synonymous with Internet search. How many companies (besides Xerox, of course) are recognized by Merriam-Webster's dictionary as a verb? Success on this scale is bound to attract some attention, and Google's success has garnered a lot of it. In fact, an enthusiastic press corps and caffeine-fueled blogosphere scrutinize Google's every move. Is Google buying Twitter? Is it going to launch its own cell phone network? Is it … [Read more...] about Top 5 Myths About Google, Inc.
Cases of acute flaccid mylelitis have spiked in the United States since 2014 and the Centers for Disease Control isn't sure why. Jose Luis Pelaez Inc/Getty Images There's nothing scarier for a parent than seeing their child struck with mysterious medical symptoms. Since 2014, hundreds of U.S. parents have experienced this frightening scenario play out as a result of one rare condition that's on the rise: acute flaccid myelitis (AFM) The condition affects the spinal cord, and causes sudden weakness in the arms and legs. Though the condition remains exceptionally rare (less than one in a 1 million people in the United States get it annually), health officials have seen a spike in cases. From August 2014 through September 2018, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) received information on 386 confirmed cases across the country, and most of these occurred in children. There are a variety of possible causes for AFM, including certain viruses like poliovirus and West Nile virus. Because … [Read more...] about Spike in U.S. Cases of Acute Flaccid Myelitis: What’s the Deal?