LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Walt Disney Co.. on Thursday said it would start selling $49.99 (28 pounds) portable music MP3 players for kids, joining the digital music industry dominated by Apple Computer Inc. Disney Mix Sticks, about the size of a pack of gum, hold about 60 songs on an internal 128 megabyte storage card and can hold additional 1-gigabyte memory cards. They also can play songs sold on small memory cards. Apple is the biggest seller of portable digital music players but others are crowding into the market. Disney said its players, in four styles including Forever Princess and Sassy Pixie, would be available at Target, Sears, Limited Too, Wal-Mart.com and at Disney's online store in mid-October." IN OTHER NEWS Apple just announced that it will be building a $56 Billion dollar theme park to compete with Disney. Such rides would include the Nano Coaster, Pirates of Wall Street, Its A Small Nano World, Mr. Jobs Ride, A Lotta Space Mountain, Downtown Apple and California Apple. Dell announced he same thing except they will only have one ride..... "The Big Drop"