Friday, August 22, 2008

On Hiatus

Hi everyone, I've decided to put this blog on hiatus for a few weeks until I can get some stuff relating and not relating to Disney sorted out, as well as hopefully take a break to keep the work fresh. Rest assured - I have no intention of letting this place slide into sedentary mode, but I may not be making my "one a week-ish" "deadlines". What we can hopefully look forward to is some fun short silly posts just to keep me on my toes. In the meantime, here's some links back to noteworthy material from the past few months. Oh yeah, and happy 2nd birthday, Passport to Dreams!

Magic Kingdom: Snow White's Adventures: Original Version / The Early Film Presentations / Two By Yale Gracey / Phantoms of Influence

For Further Study: #1, #2

Coffee Series: #1, #2, #3, #4

Amazing Quote of the Hiatus: "Audio-Animatronics is a unique application of spaceage electronics, combining and synchronizing voices, music and sound effects with the movement of three-dimensional animated objects."


Unknown said...

Hopefully all is well with you. Not that you need my approval, but you deserve to take the time you need to refresh. Each of your posts is insightful, profound and amazingly articulate with a level of depth rarely seen in the blogosphere. The layers you peel back while analyzing the various attractions and the theme parks themselves have rarely been explored the way you do. Your written voice speaks louder and with more clarity than most actual voices I hear on a daily basis, so even if you craft one entry every two months, those 6 in a year would have more content to process than others that are written every day. Happy 2nd Anniversary Passport to Dreams Old & New! I can't believe it's only been two years that I've been enjoying your work.

Ryan P. Wilson said...

Congrats on the two years! You'll be missed while on hiatus, but I can't wait to see what you bring back!

Michael said...

Lazy ;)

Unknown said...

congratulations 2 years! I've always enjoyed it! Keep it up! Remember that No one can be a blogging machine unless they have no job and no responsibilities which is highly unlikely!