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If you’re anything like me, then you have tons of photos trapped on your phone. Between snapping random shots to posting endless pics on Instagram, I’ve got a lot of memories on that baby! Well my friends, we are in luck! That’s because Disney Interactive just released a digital storytelling app for Apple iPhone and iPod Touch (also works on your iPad) called Story. Now we can put those pictures to use in a fun, simple, and creative way and we can SHARE them! That’s right! We can DO SOMETHING with all of those beautiful pictures!
Disney’s Club Penguin is waddling onto iPad with the new My Penguin App. You can now use this free app to sync with the #1 virtual world for kids.
Disney’s Club Penguin is the #1 virtual world for kids and is coming to iPad today with the new My Penguin app. The My Penguin app is available for free download. With this app, Club Penguin’s millions of players will be able to access some of their favorite games and activities from the virtual world and earn coins and items for their penguin while on the go. When connected to Wi-Fi, the My Penguin app will sync with the virtual world in real-time in order to allow players to transfer items and coins that they earn in the app and customize their penguin avatar. The My Penguin App will also allow players to easily access the popular Club Penguin Blog and video channels together in one place for the first time.
The Walt Disney Company stopped business in Bangledash in March after a deadly fire. Although there was a fire in Bangledash last month, the workers there were most likely not making clothes for the Walt Disney company.
The Walt Disney company has revealed to The New York Times that it told vendors to pull nearly all of its manufacturing out Bangledash in March. In March, the Walt Disney company sent a letter to thousands of its vendors and licensees to outline new guidelines for how the company wanted its clothes manufactured overseas. This letter included halting any production in Bangledash, the New York Times reported.
“These are complicated global issues and there is no ‘one size fits all’ solution,” Bob Chapek, president of Disney Consumer Products, said in a statement. “We are hopeful that these decisions will also promote progress in the most challenged markets.
A subcontractor at the Royal Plaza Hotel, a Walt Disney World area hotel has been accused of not paying some of his employees. A manager has also reported that she is now being threatened by disgruntled workers. The employees said that they have spent three weeks gutting the Royal Plaza Hotel near Walt Disney World.
Channel 9 spoke with the subcontractor who gave a few excuses explaining why he has not paid up. April Staffine was hired by Dintext Inc., to put together a team to clear the Royal Plaza hotel. She stated that 24 workers were promised $350 a week, plus $175 if they worked on a Saturday. “We have seen none of this money, none at all,” Staffine said.
Laticia Nedd’s son is one of the workers who was hired. “They need their job, and they need their money. They did the work. Pay them. It’s plain and simple, just pay them,” Nedd said.
Dintext’s owner, Darryl Whitehead, claims that he paid some of the workers in cash, while other employees were given the hotel’s old furniture, from the beds to the tables. He said that arrangement was talked about ahead of time. Staffine claims that is not true.
A high school senior from New York passed away after being taken to an Orlando hospital during his class trip to Walt Disney World. Jeffrey Cintron, from Lackawanna High School in Lackawanna, New York, died Friday after becoming ill on his senior class trip, according to officials from his school district.
Cintron had complained of back pain while at a Disney World Resort hotel, where he was checked out by an ambulance crew before being taken to a local hospital. They reported that he lost consciousness while on their way to the hospital. He then died in the emergency room late Friday night. The cause of death is not yet known, but an autopsy is planned to be conducted.