An Ode to 11 Disney Rides of the PastSince Disneyland’s opening in 1955, and Disney World’s in 1971, a lot of attractions have come and gone. Disney likes to hold on to its successful rides, but some were too costly, or just not popular enough; others were just col…
Legendary Artist Prince Found Dead at 57Prince, a dizzylingly prolific multi-instrumentalist and virtuosic performer, was found dead at his home and recording studio in Minnesota early on Thursday, his publicist, Yvette Noel-Schure, told The Hollywood Reporter. He was 57.
A Mile in My Shoes: Christine BrownThe Empathy Museum is the world’s first experiential space dedicated to developing the skill of empathising. It explores how to view life from the perspective of other people in order to transform per
Sources: Fitzpatrick too expensive for BroncosPreliminary interest in Ryan Fitzpatrick comes as the Broncos search for a starting quarterback following Brock Osweiler’s decision to sign with Houston and the retirement of Peyton Manning.
Remember when your local newspaper was THE trusted source for news? The News was dropped on our doorstep. It’s really no different today. People still want their news to come to them but today our trust is not something we should give lightly. The relationship with local publishers and community is based in trust, after all, we’ve been friends for a long time. Where we choose to consume content and share the news has really not changed much. It’s always been someplace close to “me”.
Our goal is to bring people together around their communities yesterday and today. There are plenty of websites that have static individual hometown “pages”, but here at iGrewUpIn.com, this content is more meaningful and interactive. We have added tools through Bloom, that visualize content availability. We use maps, the deep connection of consumers to location and users local identity to retrace their past and connect with the present.