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I’ve transferred many posts over from the Head Shrinker. It’s surprising how much Disney Experience news was posted there. Sadly, I was unable to transfer the comments. If you’re new to the site, check out the older posts. I think you’ll find some hidden gems there. You can browse by month, category, or perform a […]

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Grizzly Flats Coach 5

I found this video about the Grizzly Flats Coach 5, which was purchased by Ward Kimball, one of the members of Walt Disney’s Nine Old Men. Ward was the creator of Jiminy Cricket, among other popular animated characters. Ward’s coach, along with both of his steam engines, the Emma Nevada and Chloe, can be seen […]

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Site News in Your Email Again!

Many have been disappointed by the Newsletter’s disappearance. But, there’s a silver lining on that gray cloud. If you have a stand-alone email program such as Outlook, Outlook Express, Thunderbird, etcetera, you can most likely get the Site News with your email! I’ve attached an image of what that looks like in Outlook. If you […]

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Hello New News, Goodbye Old News

Everybody say it with me in 3 . . . 2 . . . 1 . . . “Goodbye, Newsletter!” Yes, the Disney Experience Newsletter has gone the way of the dodo. Since the move to the new server, there have been many problems. Some guests have had problems subscribing (or unsubscribing). Many often don’t […]

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Gift #2

Classic Mickey Folder Icons

Happy Easter! As promised, here is this month’s gift. The 29 classic Mickey icons are for replacing the folder icons in the Disneyesque system icons. The gift is actually a combination of two guest submissions. Suzanne requested new icons with matching wallpapers, and Colleen requested a new set of icons for the Ultimate Disney Computer […]

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What’s Popping Up

Since the papercraft issue with the Disney Interactive Media Group has yet to be resolved, I thought I’d at least release the photos of the Sleeping Beauty Castle Holiday Pop-up Card. One of the photos is in 3-D, so you can get a sense of how it will look in real life. I am also […]

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