- Bob Logan has some amazing up-close portraits of the audio-animatronics from Disneyland’s Pirates Of The Caribbean attraction.
- Elisabeth reports back from her trip to Disney World as part of the Disney Mom’s Panel. She dishes on the one thing that really excited her… the food. Come on, I want to hear about Toy Story Midway Mania, which she also got to tour.
- Rebekah at LaughingPlace.com has shared her impressions of the 10th Anniversary events at Disney’s Animal Kingdom.
- In a very timely release LaughingPlace.com’s Disney Magazine, Tales From The LaughingPlace, is nearly ready to mail issue #12 which focuses on Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Buy it one issue at a time, or buy a four-issue subscription and get free shipping.
- “The Pixar Touch: The Making of The Company” is now available for pre-order on Amazon.com. Didier Ghez has an interview with the author David A. Price.
- The Maker Faire next weekend in San Mateo, CA is sponsored by Walt Disney Imagineering. I wonder what they’re looking for.
- Consumerist reports in on a promotional deal from Disney that’s gone bad. To get five-free blue-ray discs you had to purchase a qualifying player. Now some consumers are getting the run around from Buena Vista Home Entertainment.
- Finally, Michael Eisner is going to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame tomorrow. Ugh. Too soon. I don’t think enough water has passed under the bridge since he nearly drove The Walt Disney Company into the ground.
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