Weekend 395.0 (There’s so many different worlds…so many different suns…)






I watched Level Up! (The Walt Disney Company’s Video Game Showcase) at D23 on Twitch yesterday afternoon. If you missed it, you can see a replay on YouTube. There were two BIG KH3 announcements- the game finally has a ((((((2018)))))) release date and they’ve introduced the world of PIXAR to the franchise via Toy Story. […]

Weekend 364.0 (…but here in this water my feet won’t touch the ground…)






(1) The way we get around is about to change (Vox) (2) Honda CR-Z: hybrid rockstar adds more spunk (INQUIRER.net) “The illusion of a “tomorrowland” driving experience continues in the interior…” (2a) The custom wallpaper is from the photo archives. (2b) Disney’s Magic Highway (3) Honda “Hands” (YouTube) (4) Welcome to New Bike City (Medium) […]

#MarchMagic Update






Support the WEDWAY PEOPLE MOVER! Tomorrowland attractions go head-to-head. Vote now! #MarchMagic — Walt Disney World (@WaltDisneyWorld) March 21, 2016

Weekend 357.0






(1) The limestone reading queue: (a) 1946 by Victor Sebestyen (b) Robert Moses: The Master Builders of New York City by Pierre Christin and Olivier Balez (c) Before Tomorrowland by Jeff Jensen, Jonathan Case, Brad Bird, and Damon Lindelof (d) Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow: Walt Disney and Technology by Christian Moran with Rolly Crump, Bob […]

Weekend 347.1






(1) NOVA: First Air War (2) All change: at the rebuilt Tottenham Court Road Tube station in London, Daniel Buren’s geometric installations are set to make a connection (Wallpaper*) – Page 1, Page 2 (3) 8 Photos That Make Us Fall In Love With World of Motion All Over Again (4) A related flea market […]

Weekend 341.0 (Project X)






What do you do with several gigs of photos from various trips to Walt Disney World and a bevy of books on the same subject? How about a project that uses both? The scan is from The Art of Walt Disney World Resort by Jeff Kurtti and Bruce Gordon. My photo of Space Mountain is […]

Weekend 281.0






(1) The 5 Keys to Keeping (Real) Friends (WSJ) “Friends need as much if not more tending as a garden of flowers. Because friendship lies at the center of good and flourishing lives, every one of us needs to be good at this special kind of gardening. The examples of Ruth and Nisus, Emilie du […]

For the love…






…of tyres / tires (and signage)! The Walker Tire Company of Austin (6926 N. Lamar Blvd.) was featured in the December issue of Austin Monthly (subscription required). Image courtesy of the Limestone Roof Photo Archives.