Just when I think I might love EPCOT Center a little too much, I run across something like this absolutely extraordinary site that contains the most informative, fascinating explorations of the Japan pavilion at EPCOT I've ever seen.While I knew there was a massive, unused show building in the Japan, I was unaware of exactly
Thanks to the urging of several readers, EPCOT Central is now on Twitter, joining the masses of people who somehow have figured out ways to express themselves in 140 characters or less! [embedded content]While it's no substitute for World Key (but then, what is?), EPCOT Central's Twitter handle is:@EpcotCentral82Thanks to those who suggested it!
[embedded content] This breaks my heart.It is stunning technology. There's no better place than EPCOT to apply such a remarkable display of ingenuity. It is incredible to witness.And it's so utterly wrong.Guests will love it. They'll think it delightful and adorable and fantastic, and they'll take lots and lots of videos and pictures to send
In the three and a half years since the last EPCOT Central post, a lot has happened. More than a quarter of a million people have visited EPCOT Central, a number that's just staggering to me. Each day, between 100 and 200 people still visit the blog, even though it hasn't been updated since December