Michael Barrier, who alas, does not provide direct linking to posts, has a tribute to Frank Thomas with a few interesting viewpoints to consider. Look for the September 27th Entry.
I've written before about the decision Imagineers had to make when faced with the themepark equivalent of Moore's law. Essentially, as the technological present changes at an ever increasing speed, the ability of Disney to keep up with a themed and exciting view of the future wanes in reverse proportion. Somewhere along the way, probably
MKT comes through again with some more Disney World pics Before Jeanne and After. A few photos of damage and wind swept lakewater around Celebration.
Cartoon Brew posts about Disney's latest marketing of the mouse... this time on the side of a Kleenex box. Hmmm, Paper towels, Kleenex, what comes next in this paper product progression?
This sounds like a must see exhibit for any Disney fan. The Henry Ford in Dearborn, Michigan, will research and develop a traveling exhibit celebrating the 50th anniversary of Disneyland. The exhibit will be created by The Henry Ford in association with Walt Disney Imagineering and The Walt Disney Company. Showing in Dearborn through 2005
It must be horrible beyond comprehension to lose friends or family, or all your personal possessions in hurricane related weather. But when you're inside the boundaries of Walt Disney World or other tourist destinations, you're isolated from those reports. All you know is you want to get out and play and enjoy your vacation. The
Disney World survived another close encounter with nature's fury. As has become the norm, Fort Wilderness Campground and Typhoon Lagoon remained closed for a day or two after the hurricane out of cleanup and respect. Also of note is the closure of Coral Reef due to damage from the storm. Other than that nearly all