The popular video site can handle a lot, but not this much.
SAN BRUNO, CA -- The official opening of the new Disney Skyliner gondola system yesterday brought praise, delight -- and millions of guest-shot videos of the experience. There were so many videos, in fact, that YouTube servers crashed under the strain.
"We routinely add over 500 hours of new video content every day," said YouTube (the company) spokesperson Jun Tube (no relation). "And we can handle many times that. But it ...
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Now the sign's not only functional, it's interactive!
WALT DISNEY WORLD, FL -- Disney fans have had mixed reactions to the new Tomorrowland sign installed at the Magic Kingdom Park and Spa last week. Some like the new design, while others object because it is different, and change is scary. As it turns out, though, the sign was not complete.
After the park closed for the night at 4:00 p.m. yesterday, workers attached an oversized basketball backboard and hoop to the sign.
What does ...
It solves the problem of "guests not smiling, and children crying."
WALT DISNEY WORLD, FL -- Disney fandom has been in an uproar in the past week over a new "automated" PhotoPass system at the Walt Disney World Resort and Spa. Photos have surfaced showing holes for the new system in character greeting room walls. But Uncle Walt's Insider readers can rest easy, because we (as always) have the true story:
PhotoPass photographers aren't being replaced, just hidden. Especially the uglier ones.