Walt Disney shows off a ride in production, "Pirates of the Caribbean" to Miss Disneyland-Tencennial.
It is amazing to see my favorite ride at Disneyland at this point in its life. During my first visit, my grandmother lost her wig on the second sharp waterfall drop. My father had to fish it out. Cemented my love of that ride forever.
Sadly, Walt seems a little condescending.
On July 18, 1955, Michael Schwartner convinced his family to go to the general public’s opening day of Disneyland, instead of golfing in Mexico. He was just seven years old at the time and he remembers it was crowded and hot waiting to get into the brand new park. He and his 5-year old cousin […]
Mickey Mouse and Bugs Bunny’s long-lost, long-eared ancestor has been discovered in the National archive of the British Film Institute.
Like any masterpiece, Carl Barks’ 1949 comic book story “Lost in the Andes” means many things to many critics, each one finding something new with every reading.
Contrary to what you might think, you don’t need to be a scientist or programming prodigy to create robots and DIY electronics. Thanks to the Arduino platform, anyone can get their feet wet building wearables, R/C robots, and the like, provided they have some basic training. The Pay What You Want: 2018 Arduino Enthusiast E-Book Bundle nets […]
Companies are always looking for creative ways to reach their audiences, and oftentimes, this involves designers whipping up stunning images and photos to make the connection happen. As such, having an understanding of the industry’s leading design tools can take you far if you’re on the job hunt. The Graphic Design Certification School will familiarize you with […]
The Nintendo Switch is king when it comes to gaming on the go, but it’s tough to lose yourself in Zelda: Breath of the Wild or Skyrim if your battery dies out. That’s where this Nintendo Switch Battery Charger Case comes into play. Built exclusively for Nintendo Switch, this pack allows for uninterrupted charging while you play, […]