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"I want to know all sorts of people...You see, I've wondered sometimes what they thought of us--these people who haven't had our chance. Points of view always interest me."

Kate Langley Bosher, 2004
People Like That from Project Gutenberg.

Paul Green


Author Paul Green (1894-1981) was one of the South's most revered writers, and one of America's most distinguished. The first playwright from the South to gain national and international recognition, he was part of that remarkable generation of writers who first brought southern writing to the attention of the world. His best known achievements were as a playwright, but he is most renowned as a writer both from the South, as well as a writer of dramatic material about the South. Equal to his literary influence has been his influence on human rights in the South and internationally.


Sam Neill


A well-researched and presented site dedicated to the New Zealand film actor Sam Neill, which includes an extensive filmography, a detailed biography (including information on his early career), the latest news and a collection of related articles. Over the years Sam has taken on a series of roles in films all over the world which has earned him a reputation as a solid character actor. He is best known for his roles as Sidney Reilly in the Thames Television series, Reilly: Ace of Spies and Damien Thorne in Omen III: The Final Conflict.

Eric Raymond


Eric Raymond is an observer-participant anthropologist in the Internet hacker culture. His research has helped explain the decentralized open-source model of software development that has proven so effective in the evolution of the Internet.   He is editor of "The New Hacker's Dictionary", the author of "The Cathedral and the Bazaar", and the creator of one of the Internet's most widely used email transport programs, fetchmail.  

Doc Searls


Doc is the Senior Editor of Linux Journal, the premier Linux monthly and one of the world's leading technology magazines. He also runs the new Doc Searls' IT Garage, an online journal published by Linux Journal's parent company, SSC, and is the co-author of The Cluetrain Manifesto: The End of Business as Usual, a New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Business Week, Borders Books and Amazon.com bestseller.  He also writes Doc Searls Weblog, which is consistently listed among the top few blogs, out of millions by Technorati, Blogstreet and others.


Vint Cerf


As a graduate student at UCLA, Vint Cerf was involved in the early design of the ARPANET. He was present when the first IMP was delivered to UCLA. He is called the "father of the Internet." He earned this nickname as one of the co-authors of TCP/IP-the protocol that allowed ARPA to connect various independent networks together to form one large network of networks-the Internet.

Cory Doctorow

Carrboro Poetry Festival

Cory Doctorow is the Outreach Coordinator for the Electronic Frontier Foundation, a group of passionate people dedicated to protecting constitutional rights and advocating on behalf of free expression in the digital age. He works on policy research, participates in standards bodies, and works to enlist the support of other organizations in EFF's issues.  He is also the author of several books and short stories, including Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom, Science Fiction Writing For Dummies, and the Nebula nominated "OwnzOred".

Major John M Walsh


John joined the USMC right after college and went through Basic Training (3 months) and Officer Training School (6 months). Then to Pensacola, FL and later Corpus Christi, TX for flight training, learning on T-38's. He graduated 3rd in his class out of 20. The top guys got their pick of what they wanted to fly. He got his second choice, a Cobra Gunship, a truly awesome machine. He loved flying the Cobra. Flying was everything he ever dreamed it would be. He loved it.


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