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Navin Johnson was the inventor of the Opti-Grab,
and he has absolutely nothing to do with Zeus Productions.
Bruce A. Epstein is the founder and Principal of Zeus Productions. In
an effort to hide his schizophrenia, he goes by numerous other names, which
is okay, because he wears many hats in the office.
As a one-time rabid contributor to AOL's Macromedia message board (under the name BAEpstein), he posted thousands of replies to a wide variety of multimedia topics, both specific to Director and of general interest.
Bruce currently lurks mainly on Diirect-L and Lingo-L and a number of
smaller Director-related mailing lists.
His preferred e-mail address is now firstname.lastname@example.org.
No. No. Yes.
I am <the> *BRUCE* Epstein, the Director pro
responsible for Zeus Productions and their fine line of Xtras. Read more.
See Bruce A. Epstein.
This was an unsuccessful attempt to get people to use
my correct first name, and it is merely coincidental that I have a large
rack of antlers growing out of my head. While it makes a nice rhyme, people
still call me Brian Epstein. Perhaps I should
use the name "Brian the Mayan" instead.
Brian Epstein was the Beatles' manager. Bruce
Epstein is not deceased, nor has he ever managed the Beatles. Bruce
likes John Lennon, who also happens to be deceased, but not in the way Brian
Epstein allegedly did. Read
more. Brian Epstein is also the name of my nephew, but he's only a toddler
and won't be answering technical questions until his fifth birthday.
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