Jim’s Attic: Where in the World is Mr. Limpet?

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Disney Historian Jim Korkis goes up into his imaginary attic to rummage around his archives and often stumbles across an unusual story about Walt Disney World. Those who have met me know that I take real joy in talking about Walt Disney. Instead of pondering where in Walt Disney World is Mr. Limpet, some readers … Continue reading "Jim’s Attic: Where in the World is Mr. Limpet?"
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Disney Common Bonds 2 – Answers

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I’ve created a second “Common Bonds” quiz. Here is a reminder of how the game is played. I will be giving you three words or phrases that have something in common. It will be your job to figure out where at the four Walt Disney World theme parks these words would all be applicable. For … Continue reading "Disney Common Bonds 2 – Answers"
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Disney’s Hollywood Studios Holidays

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I enjoyed Disney’s Hollywood Studios recently with my wife Vickie and her mother Elizabeth. The dark photo below was taken at the rear of the Voyage of the Little Mermaid theater. This attraction is one of our perennial favorites. Vickie’s mother appreciates the shows around WDW, so we can’t tour DHS without catching a performance … Continue reading "Disney’s Hollywood Studios Holidays"
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Voyage of the Little Mermaid

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I’m going to assume that most of you have seen the “Voyage of the Little Mermaid“ show during one of your visits to Disney’s Hollywood Studios. If you haven’t, then you should. It’s very cute. I recently forced a friend of mine to experience this show for the first time. The exterior of the attraction … Continue reading "Voyage of the Little Mermaid"
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February WDW Trip Report Part 3b, Sunday 2/3/08

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When I returned to the hotel I called WDW Dining and was able to get a reservation at the Brown Derby for dinner at 6:15pm. I lucked out since there was only one show of Fantasmic so anyone on the Fantasmic Dinner Package would be finishing by that time. As I walked toward the Hat … Continue reading "February WDW Trip Report Part 3b, Sunday 2/3/08"
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Photographic Innoventions: Color of Light

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Not all light is pure white and will have a certain color temperature. Engineers express this in degrees Kelvin which you might have used in your high school physics or chemistry classes. Our eyes see color temperature as color casts like blue, green or red. Have you ever taken a picture and have it look … Continue reading "Photographic Innoventions: Color of Light"
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