First off, this is my first post here, though I've been a Titanic buff for a long time. I did like Cameron's movie, but one thing gets to me. It seems like whenever Titanic is brought up in conversation, media, etc, people seem to only think of this movie. The ultimate disgust was years ago when a cruise ship hit an iceberg (don't remember when, where, what ship, or whether or not she sank), the news reporter referred to it as "the REAL LIFE Titanic"! To so many people, it seems Cameron's movie has turned the Titanic tragedy into just another work of fiction. I'm glad we have sources like this to keep the REAL story of Titanic alive.