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Abraham Lincoln

  1. introduced measures that resulted in the abolition of slaverySource: Wikipedia
  2. Born on February 12, 1809Source: Wikipedia
  3. April 15, 1865Source: Wikipedia
  4. Died on April 15, 1865Source: Wikipedia
  5. sixteenth President of the United StatesSource: Wikipedia
  6. AmericanSource: Wikipedia
  7. I cannot make it better known than it already is that I strongly favor colonizationSource: Personal Knowledge
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Adolf Hitler

leader of the National Socialist German Workers PartySource: Wikipedia

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Albert Einstein

best known for his theory of relativity and specifically mass-energy equivalence, E = mc2Source: Wikipedia

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Caterina Fake

  1. best known as the co-founder of FlickrSource: Wikipedia
  2. American businesswoman and entrepreneurSource: Wikipedia
  3. "Fake" is the real name. It was anglicized from the German, "Feick" in the 1500sSource: Website
  4. won BusinessWeek's Best Leaders Award in 2005Source: Wikipedia
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Christoph Chorherr

is an Austrian politician for the Green PartySource: Wikipedia

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Coco Chanel

Gabrielle Bonheur "Coco" Chanel was a pioneering French fashion designer whose modernist philosophy, menswear-inspired fashions, and pursuit of expensive simplicity made her arguably the most important figure in the history of 20th-century fashionSource: Wikipedia

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Da Brat

  1. American female rapperSource: Wikipedia
  2. born April 14, 1974 in Chicago, IllinoisSource: Wikipedia
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David Sifry

  1. American software entrepreneur and blogosphere iconSource: Wikipedia
  2. founding member of Technorati blog search engineSource: Personal Knowledge
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Donovan Bailey

a retired Canadian sprinter who once held the world record for the 100 metre race following his gold medal performance in the 1996 Olympic GamesSource: Wikipedia

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Dr. Atl

a Mexican painter and writer who signed his works "Dr. Atl"Source: Wikipedia

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rapper, record producer, and actorSource: Wikipedia

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  1. austrian pop star whose records went to #1 throughout the world during the 80sSource: Wikipedia
  2. worldwide #1 hit was "Rock Me Amadeus" in 1986Source: Wikipedia
  3. first hit was "Der Kommissar" in 1982Source: Wikipedia
  4. Vienna, AustriaSource: Wikipedia
  5. February 19, 1957Source: Wikipedia
  6. February 6, 1998Source: Wikipedia
  7. MusicianSource: Wikipedia
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Fred Thompson

politician, lawyer, lobbyist and character actorSource: Wikipedia

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Gustav Mahler

  1. Born on July 7, 1860Source: Personal Knowledge
  2. Died on May 18, 1911Source: Wikipedia
  3. Classical ComposerSource: Personal Knowledge
  4. Bohemian-AustrianSource: Personal Knowledge
  5. composed primarily symphonies and songsSource: Wikipedia
  6. best known as one of the leading orchestral and operatic conductorsSource: Wikipedia
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Johann Sebastian Bach

  1. best known during his lifetime as an organistSource: Wikipedia
  2. wrote many works for the harpsichordSource: Wikipedia
  3. most productive period between 1708 - 1714Source: Wikipedia
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Lindsey Vonn

is an elite member of the U.S. Ski Team's alpine skiing programSource: Wikipedia

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Mark Twain

  1. American humorist, satirist, lecturer and writerSource: Wikipedia
  2. wrote Adventures of Huckleberry FinnSource: Wikipedia
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Marshall Kirkpatrick

Lead Author at Read/WriteWebSource: Website

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Michael Arrington

  1. serial entrepreneur and maintainer of the TechCrunch blogSource: Personal Knowledge
  2. makes $ 240,000 per month with advertising aloneSource: Website
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Om Malik

executive editor for the technology blog GigaOMSource: Wikipedia

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Patrick Head

  1. co-founder and Engineering Director of the Williams Formula One teamSource: Wikipedia
  2. born June 5, 1945Source: Wikipedia
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Robert Scoble

  1. American blogger, technical evangelist, and authorSource: Wikipedia
  2. best known for his popular blog ScobleizerSource: Wikipedia
  3. co-author of "Naked Conversations: How Blogs are Changing the Way Businesses Talk with Customers"Source: Wikipedia
  4. We live in a time when most people don't trust big companiesSource: Wikipedia
  5. Born on January 18, 1965Source: Wikipedia
  6. AmericanSource: Wikipedia
  7. Born in New Jersey, USASource: Wikipedia
  8. Vice President of Media Development, PodTech.Network IncSource: Wikipedia
  9. joined Microsoft in May 2003Source: Wikipedia
  10. joined in 2006Source: Wikipedia
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Roger Federer

  1. regarded as the best tennis player of his generationSource: Wikipedia
  2. ranked World No. 1 since February 2, 2004Source: Wikipedia
  3. named Laureus World Sportsman of the YearSource: Wikipedia
  4. co-established the Roger Federer Foundation in December 2003Source: Wikipedia
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Shel Israel

  1. co-author (with Robert Scoble) of "Naked Conversations, How blogs are changing the way businesses talk with customers"Source: Personal Knowledge
  2. consultant, blogger and authorSource: Personal Knowledge
  3. Blogging is the center of my Global Neighbourhood and it has changed my lifeSource: Wikipedia
  4. Born in 1944Source: Personal Knowledge
  5. Born in New Bedford, Massachusetts, USASource: Personal Knowledge
  6. has been consulting technology startups since 1982Source: Wikipedia
  7. was involved in the introduction of products like SoundBlaster, PowerPoint, Filemaker, NapsterSource: Wikipedia
  8. has a bachelor’s degree in journalismSource: Wikipedia
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Theodor Roosevelt

  1. most famous for his personality: energy, vast range of interests and achievementsSource: Wikipedia
  2. Born on October 27, 1858Source: Wikipedia
  3. AmericanSource: Wikipedia
  4. Died on January 6, 1919Source: Wikipedia
  5. PresidentSource: Wikipedia
  6. born into a wealthy familySource: Wikipedia
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Tim O'Reilly

  1. is the founder of O'Reilly MediaSource: Wikipedia
  2. Web 2.0 is the business revolution in the computer industry caused by the move to the internet as platform, and an attempt to understand the rules for success on that new platformSource: Wikipedia
  3. was born in Cork, IrelandSource: Wikipedia
  4. graduated from Harvard College in 1975 with a B.A. cum laude in ClassicsSource: Wikipedia
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Walt Disney

  1. created famous fictional characters, like Mickey MouseSource: Wikipedia
  2. first full length animated film was Snow WhiteSource: Wikipedia
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Warren Buffett

  1. investor, businessperson and philanthropistSource: Wikipedia
  2. value investing approachSource: Wikipedia
  3. one of the wealthiest people in the worldSource: Personal Knowledge
  4. committed to give away $30 billion to charity with 83% going to the Bill and Melinda Gates FoundationSource: Personal Knowledge
  5. Warren Buffett
    Warren BuffettSource: Personal Knowledge
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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

influential composer of the Classical eraSource: Wikipedia

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Zac Efron

actor and singerSource: Wikipedia

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