- The Pixar Blog has more high quality screencaps from WALL-E. Click on each picture for the large (desktop image size) image.
- The excellent Twitter and Live Earth Maps mashup Twisney is getting hailed as a prime example of new citizen journalism by none less than the Wall Street Journal. Way to go Scott! The Social Media Marketing blog has a bit more to say as well.
- More disabled are switching to the Segway to provide their primary means of transportation. I wonder if this wider acceptance will have an effect on the lawsuit demanding access to Disney property for those who use the Segway as an assistive device.
- The new president of ABC Entertainment is the same as the old president of ABC Entertainment, Stephen McPherson has extended his contract with the Mouse House after months of talks.
- Also in the NY Times is a story looking at the online virtual worlds created by Disney and targeted at children. No mention of the closing of Disney’s Virtual Magic Kingdom. Meanwhile a Jentasmic column examines something anyone feeling burned might want to consider before trying another Multi-User Virtual Game — do you own your character and is it portable to another game if the one you’re playing closes. Maybe we need a digital citizens bill of rights.
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