timothy from the that's-a-lot-of-lamp-twiddling dept.
theodp writes "The Atlantic talks to creative director Tom Jenkins about his short film Address Is Approximate, which tells the whimsical story of a toy's journey to the California coast. Jenkins' personal project, described a 'Toy Story for the Internet age,' uses stop-motion animation and Google Street View to bring an after-working-hours office space to life. Film critic Larry Page gives it a thumbs-up."
The reason that every major university maintains a department of
mathematics is that it's cheaper than institutionalizing all those people.