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Tag Archives: Hidden Mickey
from Instagram. Whenever I’m walking around the World Showcase in EPCOT, I love to stop by the Koi pond and pause for a long moment. Something about the design of that area brings me peace and serenity, even if just … Continue reading
Part of the joy of staying on property at Walt Disney World is that you never have to leave that magic envelope. Richly themed hotels, world famous service, and well apportioned rooms keep the Disney experience going 24/7. A few … Continue reading
If you’ve been to the Disneyland Resort, Walt Disney World, or even on a Disney Cruise, chances are you’ve seen people walking around with a bright yellow book and a tendency to periodically stop and stare at rather obscure signs, … Continue reading
Joshua Gans writes in the Harvard Business Review how Disney’s Attention to detail pre-dated Steve Jobs. You can debate whether Disney’s attention to detail, which supports the story being told, and Steve Jobs attention to detail, which is more focused … Continue reading