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I was able to see Blank: A Vinylmation Love Story last night at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. They’re hosting free screenings all weekend long. But if you can’t make it to DHS or one of the screenings at El Capitan or … Continue reading
Ever since my first ride on the monorail at Disneyland I’ve had a fascination with Mass Transit. A ride on the PeopleMover energized my idea of personal rapid transit the same way. Unfortunately, I’ve been disappointed by the lack of … Continue reading
Google has a long running series where they bring in important authors and artists for a lunch length talk about their latest projects. Two of Pixar’s brightest stars — Director Dan Scanlon and Producer Kori Rae — took the short … Continue reading
Quick question. Does anyone still use Google Earth for anything other than school lessons? Short of augmented or virtual reality, which are still not quite ready for primetime, I can’t think of any practical application. But I can appreciate the … Continue reading