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Was there enough room for Leo on the floating door?

*Spoilers for 1997’s “Titanic” below.*

It’s the fan question that’s been plaguing James Cameron, director of “Titanic” and “Avatar,” for the past 25-plus years. Did Leo have to die, or was there enough room on the floating door for him and Kate to survive?

The question has come up so frequently that Cameron has commissioned a study on the scenario, to be released in a documentary next year with the rerelease of the record-breaking blockbuster.

While Cameron doesn’t love the question, he’s like a well-practiced job candidate, crafting a perfectly researched reply. It just goes to show even world-renowned directors get an interview question they dread every once in a while.

One thing you won’t be dreading? This week’s boatload of new opportunities.

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Say congrats to the winners of the 2022 Awards in Philly, Delaware, DC, Baltimore and Pittsburgh!

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Attention backseat drivers: Philadelphia’s Navy Yard is launching an autonomous shuttle.

T. Rowe Price’s engineering team has its head in the clouds. Here’s how the company supports cloud engineering according to lead architect Debdutta Das.

Sickweather, the Baltimore-founded company tracking the spread of illness, has filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy.

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The End

Float on, and we’ll see you in the new year!


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