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Tuesday, Nov. 18, 2008
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Happy birthday, Mickey
Today is a very special birthday for Mickey Mouse. The venerable animated mouse turns 80 today!
Mickey has delighted families for generations. And he is one of the world's most recognizable brands.
So, it is no surprise that Disney frequently hides images of Mickey in its work. For example, you'll find his silhouette at Walt Disney World and in movies.
The so-called hidden Mickey became popular in the 1970s and '80s. Designers were encouraged to incorporate the mouse in designs.
Today, there are hundreds of hidden Mickeys. Many are fairly easy to spot. Others are somewhat questionable.
Need a little help finding Mickey? Then visit the Hidden Mickeys Guide. You can learn more about the tradition.
You'll also find pictures of many hidden Mickeys. So, you'll know where to look next time you visit Walt Disney World. Enjoy!
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• Video of the Day: Mickey Mouse is a huge cultural icon. And today is his birthday! Check out the first popular cartoon to feature Mickey.
• Digital Minute, on your radio: You'll probably do your Christmas shopping online. Before you break out your wallet, heed my three tips.
• Free Download of the Day: LCD monitors sometimes have dead pixels. But they can be hard to spot. This program will help you find them.
• Tip on the site: Popular games can be costly. So, the idea of getting them free is attractive. However, you and I both know that is stealing.
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