Josh Harris (born c. 1960) is the founder of JupiterResearch and Pseudo.com, a live audio and video webcasting website founded in 1993, which filed for bankruptcy following the end of the dot-com bubble in 2000.
Lance Dann (born ca. 1969) is an English sound artist, radio producer and writer working for international theatre and radio since 1994.
Greg Street is an American video game designer, currently employed by Blizzard Entertainment as Lead Systems Designer on the award-winning MMORPG World of Warcraft. Street is also known by his screen name "Ghostcrawler" on the World of Warcraft message boards. Prior to being employed by Blizzard, Street worked as a marine biologist, eventually moving into the game design field. He also worked with Ensemble Studios on the Age of Empires series of real-time strategy games, during which period he was also known by the screen name "Deathshrimp".
Leila Hussein (c. 1967 – May 17, 2008) was an Iraqi woman living in Basra who came to public attention in March 2008, when her husband killed their teenage daughter — reportedly with the approval of local police — because she had formed a friendship with a British soldier stationed in the city. In an unusual move for an Iraqi woman, Hussein spoke out against the so-called "honour killing," left her husband and went into hiding. She had intended to leave Iraq for Jordan with the help of an Iraqi women's rights group.
Daisy Dern is an American country music artist. Signed to Mercury Records in 2002, Dern released one single, "Gettin' Back to You", which charted on the Hot Country Songs charts. An album for Mercury was never released on the label, although she later released it independently. Dern is the wife of Dave Gibson, formerly of the Gibson/Miller Band.
Richie Gilmore (c. 1966) is the Vice President in charge of Racing for Dale Earnhardt, Inc. (DEI).
Xi Hongyan is a Chinese ice dancer. She competed at the 1984 Winter Olympics with partner Zhao Xiaolei and placed 19th. She was 17 at the time.
Emad Khudhayir Shahuth al-Janabi (Arabic: ?) (born c. 1965) was an Iraqi blacksmith detained in Abu Ghraib prison where he alleges he was abused by American military personnel and defense contractors.
Gina Ford (born c. 1960) is a British writer on parenting methods and a former maternity nurse, without formal qualifications, who claims to have cared for over 300 babies during her career. Ford's 1999 book The Contented Little Baby Book advocates a daily routine for both the baby and the parents, with the day divided up into very precise slots. Ford has written nine books on childcare.
Wayne Wade (b. c.1960, Kingston, Jamaica) is a roots reggae singer best known for his work with producer Yabby You in the 1970s.
Demi Evans (real name is Demetrious Evans) is an American vocalist and lyricist from Dallas, Texas, who is heavily marketed in Western Europe and especially France as a famous blues singer, although she is relatively unknown in the US. She is known in the European jazz for her voice.
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