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It Pixar time again.

The animated wunderhaus that released some of my favourite films (The Incredibles, Up) has unleashed a prequel to the seminal Monsters Inc. It doesn rank up there alongside the Pixar greats, where I would place the film predecessor Monsters. Inc, but it was great fun.

I actually going to start out with what I felt was the reason that this film doesn quite live up to Monsters. Inc. I feel once I get these few points out of the way, I can then concentrate on the many things that the film does right.

Firstly. The originality of the first film has gone. The film realises it cannot just re hash the same material so Monsters University is a pretty normal college comedy film, it just so happens that it contains monsters. The fraternity competition is there, the harsh dean, the supportive lecturer, all characters well known in the genre. But they monsters. Despite this however, the film manages to circumvent this through sheer enjoyment and imagination with the monsters themselves and the world they inhabit.

Secondly. No Boo!

One of the main reasons that Monsters Inc. worked so well was that apart from the great characters of Mike and Sully, Boo provided so much heart, laughs and sad moments that her absense just can fill. Monsters University never quite manages to reach the same emotional heights that Monsters Inc. had and I believe that the lack of a character like Boo is the sole reason behind this. Somehow sounding younger in this film than in Monsters Inc., they both still infuse the two characters with huge amounts of charm, humour and emotion. The animators must also get their credit here too by giving both characters expressive faces, especially Mike. His smile is so sweet, earnest and optimistic, it a joy to watch.

The other characters are also really well done, all of the members of Oozma Kappa are sweet and have some really funny moments. Special mention must go to Charlie Day, who provided the vocal talent for the character Art.

He is responsible for some of the funniest moments of the film and whilst every laugh he played for doesn always work, many of the genuinely funny moments of the film involve him at some point.

The film is also so bright and colourful. Pixar love their bright, vivid colours and with realism out of the way, the animators saturate the screen with bright greens, red, purples, blues. It a lovely film to watch. story itself really suprised me as well. It not a complex plot by any means but at several points, I was wondering how the film was going to resolve to where Monsters Inc. started. for sure. But it is still a bright, colourful, funny and really enjoyable film. And it still as good as most non Pixar animated film I seen.
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After that, the Irish will conclude the regular season with a three game set at Boston College May 18 20, looking to secure a spot in the ACC Baseball Championship which will be held at Louisville Slugger Field in Louisville, Kentucky, May 23 28.
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The Oilers broke open a 1 1 tie, en route to a 5 1 victory over host Schurr in the Almont League game Friday.

While a double play is never assumed in baseball, a botched opportunity for one gave the Oilers (4 8, 2 1) just the break they needed. Second baseman Jose Morales opened the third for the Oilers with a sharp single past pitcher Carlos Rivera (1 3). Daniel Lopez hit a ground ball on the shortstop side of second, and it looked like the Spartans were going to turn two. But Jacob Ramirez couldn field the ball cleanly, giving Montebello two runners on with no outs.

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It was the second Sunday of the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival in 2010, and Troy “Trombone Shorty” Andrews called up a familiar but long absent face: Mystikal. “I got to perform with his band, and that’s where I got (the idea to record and play with live bands). Not many rappers today can command and perform in front of a band. That’s always been one of my niches live performance.”

At the 2010 Jazz Fest performance, Tyler had just been released from the David Wade Correctional Center in Homer that January, having served six years for a well documented incident that led to a conviction for sexual battery and extortion. He would eventually serve time again for a parole violation, but today the New Orleans born rapper thinks he’s finally on the right path.

“I don’t do that (expletive) no more. Learn from your mistakes, and watch your surroundings,” Tyler said. “It had a lot to do with the cats I had around me. You know, so I don’t even have a circle. I got a half circle. There’s no ‘circle’ no more.”

Tyler returns to Baton Rouge, where in a previous life he once lived with his mother in the gated Country Club of Louisiana, to perform at the Varsity Theatre on Aug. 15. He hopes to reunite with some fans who, he knows, have been waiting, waiting, waiting.

Tyler, who signed to Cash Money Records in late 2011, has been working on his first album since his release from prison for nearly three years, and he’d initially announced it would drop in June 2013. But delay after delay means the tracks have yet to see the light of day.

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Tyler now expects a release date sometime before the end of the year, possibly October or November, and he’s quick to talk about some of what it will bring. The album, which is titled “Original” and so far primarily produced by KLC, already features Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, Busta Rhymes,
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Tyler said he doesn’t worry about losing the fans who grew up on Mystikal years ago, and who might have lost touch after he spent the last 12 years handling situations legal, personal and musical.

“(The old school stuff), that’s my comfort zone right there. When I do that, it’s fool proof,” Tyler said with the signature braggadocio of a classic rapper. “After all this time, they still turn out at my concerts and rock with me. They don’t just stand there, they rock with me for real.”

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Until “Original” drops, Tyler is taking advantage of his new home at Cash Money, recently appearing on the label’s “Rich Gang” compilation album.

“I couldn’t think of a better way to get to the top than from the top,” Tyler said. “When I was with No Limit, I’d been having conversations with (Bryan “Birdman” Williams and Ronald “Slim” Williams) who said, ‘When we gonna sit down?’ And I’m like, ‘Man, I’m already sitting down.’ We always had those conversations, and I told them prior to me going (to prison), ‘Make sure I have a home when I come back,’ and lo and behold, it was right there.”
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NOTES: Nashville C Kyle Turris returned to the lineup after missing Thursday’s game due to illness. . The Predators flipped their third defensive pairing in this game, scratching Alexei Emelin and Yannick Weber and inserting Matt Irwin and Anthony Bitetto. Emelin had played in 54 straight games. . Red Wings D Mike Green, the subject of much trade speculation, sat out the game with an upper body injury. . The crowd of 17,561 was a Bridgestone Arena record.
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Nearly half of Ohio workers hold jobs that a University of Oxford study has identified as likely to be automated in the future, including tens of thousands of cashiers, truck drivers, fast food workers and warehouse laborers.

In a 2013 study, researchers Carl Benedikt Frey and Michael A. Osborne rated 702 jobs on a scale from zero, meaning they can’t be automated, to one, meaning they certainly will be automated. Of those, 297 jobs rated a 0.7 or higher, meaning there is at least a 70 percent chance the jobs will face disruption from computerization and automation.

The researchers gave a higher likelihood of automation to lower paid, repetitive jobs that require little or uncomplicated personal interaction and lower levels of education. Bureau of Labor statistics surveys that show how many Ohioans hold them. As of March 2016, the last time the bureau released statewide job statistics, Ohio had 163,790 people engaged in food preparation and serving jobs, including fast food jobs. There were 117,390 cashiers, 111,230 laborers and freight handlers, including warehouse workers, and 70,740 drivers of heavy trucks.

Adding up all of the jobs that are at least 70 percent at risk shows that about 2.5 million jobs in Ohio are at stake. Total employment in the state was about 5.5 million in December.

Taken together, the average pay of all of the Ohio workers in all 297 jobs rated as the most likely to be automated added up to nearly $83.6 billion in 2016, according to the labor bureau’s statistics. That includes 169,300 office clerks, secretaries and administrative assistants, 98,150 waiters and waitresses, and 61,590 bookkeeping, accounting and auditing clerks.

Conversely, about 1.3 million Ohioans work in 217 jobs that are rated the safest from automation. Teachers, nurses, home health aides, computer systems administrators and pharmacists all rate a 0.3 or lower. So do police officers, firefighters, child care workers, medical assistants and electricians.

And there will be many more jobs that aren’t even on the list yet, said Jeff Spain, supervisor of workforce innovation at Columbus State Community College. The college, for example, has a new program training students for work as logistics engineering technicians, with skills that will increasingly be in demand as the region’s many warehouses continue to automate. The two year degree combines training in how the supply chain works,
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“The pick and pack person, their job is changing,” Spain said. “The function of it can mostly be automated. We have warehouses that are heavily automated, where the human component has been removed. That doesn take away the need for a human workforce.”

To compete for the jobs that can’t be automated, Spain said, will mean gaining technical skills beyond high school and also focusing on a deeply human skill: communication.

At a conference in New Orleans last week for workforce experts from across the country, Spain said he kept hearing the same thing: “Advanced communication was the watchword people were saying. Workers have the technology, but they don have the inter connectivity of people. At the college, we’ve embedded communication skills: It’s not just that I know how to use the internet of things, I know how to work with people.”

That jobs are vulnerable to automation is nothing new.

The state has shed more than a third of its manufacturing jobs, for example, since 2000. While some manufacturing jobs have come back since the recession ended, economists expect that number to slide over the long term.

Robots already help make cars and run around at Amazon distribution centers assisting workers filling orders.

Driverless vehicles, kiosks that can take orders at restaurants, electric and gas meters that no longer need to be read manually and computer programs that can quickly and easily do simple tax returns already are being put to work. Amazon has opened a grocery store in Seattle that has no cashiers.

Just last week, Kroger said it will introduce a “Scan, Bag, Go” system to some of its central Ohio stores in March that will eliminate the need for shoppers to go through checkout lines and interact with a cashier.

Shoppers use a wireless hand held scanner to scan items as they shop or use their mobile phone via Kroger’s app. The app links to a credit card on file with Kroger and when the shopper leaves, the card is charged.

“Tasks are going to be automated or eliminated,” said David Staley, a futurist and an associate professor of history, design and educational studies at Ohio State University. The question is, “What does that do to the job? What does that do to the person?”

Staley said the real significant question is when it will happen.

The Oxford study doesn’t say whether a job will be automated today or 20 years from now.

“That’s the great unknown, the great uncertainty,” Staley said. “A lot of these technologies already exist. It is the speed at which (the jobs) are being eliminated, that is the big question. . When capital becomes cheaper than labor, it will replace labor.”

In Gahanna, BeeHex Inc. is building 3D food printers that can make a pizza, decorate a cake or a cookie or crank out made to order nutrition bars. The key, said Ben Feltner, chief operating officer of the 2 year old company, is to provide a machine that compares to the cost of a manual laborer and can take over a “mindless” task. That leaves people such as pastry chefs free to do something of higher value and difficulty than icing dozens of cookies the same way.

“So, if the question is, ‘Do I hire more people or invest in this machine?’ it a no brainer,” he said. “That why you seeing so much automation right now. Because the cost to produce the machine has come down so much and labor has come up, so they’re intersecting.”

Staley said there might come a day when a consumer’s ability to deal with actual employees in a store or restaurant may depend on wealth.

Those who can afford it will still go to a high end restaurant with a wait staff while others will go to a fully automated restaurant to eat, he said.

But it won’t stop there.

Even public defenders could be replaced by robots in court proceedings or trials some day, leaving only those with wealth and connections access to a human lawyer, he said.

More than a fifth of the state’s work force is in manufacturing and retail, two of the sectors most vulnerable to automation, said Ben Ayers, senior economist at Nationwide.
dr dre beats in ear headphones Nearly half of Ohio workers hold jobs likely to be automated in the future

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LOS ANGELES, Calif. The new Jimmy Iovine and Andre Young Academy at the University of Southern California will offer a curriculum aimed to help young innovators create the next iPod or Facebook.

The hip hop mogul best known as Dr. Dre and the co founder of Interscope Records appeared at a news conference Wednesday alongside USC President C. L. Max Nikias to announce the new program funded by a $70 million donation by the two music superstars.

The Jimmy Iovine and Andre Young Academy for Arts, Technology and the Business of Innovation will provide a special four year program for undergraduates whose interests span fields from marketing to computer science to visual design and other arts. It will include one on one faculty mentoring with professors from programs around the university and interaction with entertainment industry luminaries.

The academy be a new standard in higher education, said its dean and executive director Erica Muhl.

is going to design the next iPod, the next Facebook, the next breakthrough in how we live, she said. want that to happen at the Iovine Young Academy. will accept its first class of 25 students in the fall of 2014. Full scholarships will be offered.

Iovine and Young have been friends, collaborators and business partners for 20 years. Young is best known as a producer, rapper and co owner of Death Row records. He later started his own record label, Aftermath Entertainment. Iovine is the co founder of Interscope Records, chairman of Interscope Geffen A and a mentor on Idol. Together, the two men started Beats Electronics LLC, the parent company of the Beats by Dr. Dre line of popular high end headphones and other music devices.

HTC Corp. bought a majority share in Beats in 2010, but later sold half of the shares back to the founders. Iovine and Young are now majority owners.

been given a lot, and we thought this was a great way to give back by doing this academy, Young said. guess I an official Trojan now. whose daughter Jessica recently graduated from USC, said that among today high school graduates is new kid with different skills that reflect the high tech and digitally connected world they grown up in.

is about treating what a kid is today, he said. place is a dream factory. This place is where you don have to get stuck in calculus to succeed at this school. It has other ways through, other paths. said he would have loved to attend a program like the one he establishing at USC rather than developing his business and creative skills on the job. Neither he nor Iovine are college graduates.
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