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Chad Emerson was kind enough to provide The Disney Blog a copy of his book, “Project Future”, which I just reviewed here, to give away. I also have a copy of Kevin Yee’s ‘101 things you never knew about Walt … Continue reading
Twitter has named Ali Rowghani, the finance chief at Pixar Animation Studios, to be their new CFO beginning in March. It’s going to be important for Twitter to start making some magic happen with an actual revenue stream, so hopefully … Continue reading
It was high drama on the high seas last night as the Disney Wonder rescued a guest who fell off the Carnival Cruise Line ship the Sensation. At the completion of its trip, the Carnival Sensation was heading into Port … Continue reading
The Matterhorn attraction at Disneyland celebrates its 50th anniversary on Sunday. I wish I was there to recreate my grandfather’s initial test ride (although I think I’ll skip the bale of hay at the end). Residents in Burbank have accused … Continue reading