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Microsoft argues that, with Surface Pro, you don’t need a MacBook Air. In tech marketing, this is known as the Surface-to-Air missile.
— Ross Rubin, via Twitter
Director, Producer, Writer
Cameron is the King of the World. He is a writer, director and producer who has made some of the most beloved and highest-grossing films of all time, including Titanic, Avatar, The Terminator and Aliens. He is known as a fearless pioneer of filming techniques, using CGI and 3-D technology in innovative ways to produce effects never before seen on the screen. A native of Canada, Cameron worked as a truck driver before making his first film in 1978: the science fiction short Xenogenesis. He has won innumerable awards for his film work, including Oscars for Best Director, Best Film Editing and Best Picture.
Posts With James Cameron
I used to be the first guy who had to have a cellphone. When cellphones first came out, I had the one that was the big base station, it weighed about 14 pounds. Since then, I’ve become less interested in being an early adopter of every gadget that’s out there. I won’t even use a BlackBerry.
— James Cameron, in USA Today
News Byteannounced that all six films in the series will be converted–tastefully, of course–to 3-D over an unspecified period of years, starting with the release of “Episode I: The Phantom Menace” in 2012 (the same year James Cameron will raise the “Titanic” gross with a 3-D remake).