Jeff Kurtti was the first editor of the internal magazine WD Eye that I mentioned in a post yesterday and send me the following information:
[The magazine was created in the Communications department at WDI, since the Imagineer population had increased so much (a lot of "newbies"), and had spread all over the world. The idea was to create a communication that educated, updated, and helped bind the culture together.
The art, writing, and photography were pretty much all in-house and volunteer, and we had meetings to solicit ideas, contributions, and content.
Betsy Richman was in charge of the thing, I was the editor of issues One through Eight (I moved over to a new job at the Studio after that). I also wrote a large chunk of the content.
And of course, as always, Marty Sklar pored over every word with his relentless red pen! ;-)
Gino De Young in the WDI Graphics Department designed and produced the first five issues, it then got to be too much for him to keep sacrificing every evening and weekend for free to do it, so an outside firm began to do the design.
It went away for a while, cam back with a whole new creative team, mission, and form, then went away again.
The inventory you have there seems to be complete.]