â??Disneyland is a work of love. We didnâ??t go into Disneyland just with the idea of making money.â?�
Bwah-hah-ha-ha!! Right. Anyway, over at Re-Imagineering (imagineerebirth.blogspot.com), there are some very serious people â?? former Pixar/Disney employees â?? talking about what's wrong with Disney and how it can be fixed, "in hopes that a new wave of creative management can restore some of the magic that has been missing from the parks for decades." For the average Joe, perhaps not riveting reading, but if you're one of the 57,000 Disney employees in Central Florida, take a look.
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