Honorary Unsubscribe v5

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The fifth book in the This is True Honorary Unsubscribe series includes 150 stories about “The People You Will Wish You Had Known”. The period covered is 2010 through 2012. 161 pages, 5.5×8.5″.

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150 Amazing People

This fifth volume of astonishing people has more amazing inventors: the teens who came up with the Frisbee, and the snowboard. The physicists who figured out how to do digital photography “in not more than an hour” — and why they needed to invent it.

The pioneers in computers, including the inventor of the laptop, and the inventor of ebooks. The creators of some of the best TV you’ve ever seen.

Accomplished women such as the first computer programmer, the secretary who “saved” The Diary of Anne Frank, the first female TV director. The physicist who figured out how to make blue and ultraviolet LEDs, which enabled new technologies and industries. The researcher who “brought about a revolution in biological and medical research,” winning her the Nobel Prize.

Brilliant writers, cartoonists, and musicians. The teachers and rocket scientists who worked to show us new things. The doctor who “prevented more cancer deaths than any person who’s ever lived,” and the doctor who figured out organ transplants, and the one who figured out in vitro fertilization.

The mainstream media tend to worship celebrities and sports figures, but the real heroes in life are often anonymous to the public. Each of the stories will make you realize the cool people you have missed in your midst. These are the people you will wish you had known.

The Honorees

  1. Mind-body connector Robert Ader
  2. Comic-Con co-founder Richard Alf
  3. Carpet mogul Ray C. Anderson
  4. Chemist James R. Arnold
  5. Lucy’s director William Asher
  6. Book editor Larry Ashmead
  7. Hybridizer John Aylesworth
  8. Ballroom dancer George Ballas
  9. Pioneering computer programmer Jean Bartik
  10. Hepatitis B foe R. Palmer Beasley
  11. Transplant enabler Baruj Benacerraf
  12. Recomposer Frank Bender
  13. Cardiologist Richard J. Bing
  14. Healthful antagonist James W. Black
  15. The statistically relevant David Blackwell
  16. Disease researcher Baruch Blumberg
  17. Comedy director Paul Bogart
  18. Bell physicist Willard Boyle
  19. Concentration camp photographer Wilhelm Brasse
  20. Imagination inducer Himan Brown
  21. Photojournalist Malcolm Browne
  22. School reformer Saul Bruckner
  23. TV director Frances Buss Buch
  24. World War I veteran Frank W. Buckles
  25. The elderly (and he loved it) Robert Butler
  26. TV editor Dann Cahn
  27. Politically incorrect cartoonist John Callahan
  28. Rubber-faced comedian Charlie Callas
  29. Prolific dyslexic Stephen J. Cannell
  30. Technology Ethicist Gary Chapman
  31. Film critic Judith Crist
  32. Violinist Clair Cline
  33. Ecologist Barry Commoner
  34. The habitual Stephen Covey
  35. WASP flier Violet Cowden
  36. Panelist Leo Cullum
  37. Emmy-winning comedy writer Sam Denoff
  38. Pediatrician Leila Denmark
  39. Piano teacher Capitola Dickerson
  40. Bomber pilot Mariya Dolina
  41. Pox expert Frank Fenner
  42. Safety engineer John Fitch
  43. Leader William P. Foster
  44. Communications innovator Robert W. Galvin
  45. Polymath Martin Gardner
  46. LEM Team Head Joseph Gavin
  47. Memory savior Miep Gies
  48. “Mr. Coffee” Samuel Glazer
  49. Giant Killer John Goeken
  50. Innovation enabler Jack Goldman
  51. “Green Nobel Prize” founder Richard N. Goldman
  52. “Death with Dignity” activist Peter Goodwin
  53. Rocket scientist Walter Haeussermann
  54. Atheist theologian William Hamilton
  55. Suara Auru Fred Hargesheimer
  56. Ebook inventor Michael Stern Hart
  57. Swiss businessman Nicolas Hayek
  58. Ronald McDonald inspiration Kim Hill
  59. Blacklisted doctor Joseph Hittelman
  60. Police officer Celena Hollis
  61. Star Gazer Jack Horkheimer
  62. Inventor Ronald Howes Sr
  63. Sea kayaker Derek Hutchinson
  64. Art designer Stan Jolley
  65. The prolific Bill Justice
  66. Panel cartoonist Bil Keane
  67. Klan unmasker Stetson Kennedy
  68. Children’s book author Ronald King-Smith
  69. The Golden-Eared Don Kirshner
  70. Pinball wizard Steve Kordek
  71. Godfather of Fitness Jack LaLanne
  72. Hospice pioneer William Lamers Jr.
  73. Chipwich inventor Richard LaMotta
  74. Photographer of history Marty Lederhandler
  75. Cross-sectional imager Robert Ledley
  76. Microcharity pioneer Mildred Leet
  77. Songwriter Jerry Leiber
  78. Workplace civilizer Harry Levinson
  79. Nobel laureate Rita Levi-Montalcini
  80. Terrorist thwarter Reginald Levy
  81. House Party host Art Linkletter
  82. D-Day hero Leonard Lomell
  83. Skiing spymaster Peter Lunn
  84. The fractalized Benoit Mandelbrot
  85. Space artist Robert McCall
  86. Mystery novelist Ralph McInerny
  87. Firefighters’ helper William Mensing
  88. Laptop innovator Bill Moggridge
  89. Arms control analyst Roger Molander
  90. Astronomy educator Patrick Moore
  91. Luthier extraordinaire Rene Morel
  92. Frisbee inventor Walter Morrison
  93. Cold type inventer Louis Moyroud
  94. Transplant pioneer Joseph E. Murray
  95. Libyan Journalist Mohammed Nabbous
  96. Khmer Rouge survivor Vann Nath
  97. Freedom Rider Gordon Negen
  98. Win-win Negotiator Gerard Nierenberg
  99. Supertramper George Nissen
  100. ALS researcher Richard K. Olney
  101. The woman behind the successful man Barbara Orbison
  102. Tech innovator Stanford Ovshinsky
  103. Pizza roller Jeno Paulucci
  104. Resistance fighter Andree Peel
  105. The very conscious Fred Plum
  106. Remotely famous Eugene Polley
  107. Digital designer Victor Poor
  108. Lucy writer Madelyn Pugh
  109. Thinker Anthony Quinton
  110. Right-on-time Physicist Norman Ramsey
  111. Computer prodigy Arfa Karim Randhawa
  112. School bus driver Frank Edward Ray
  113. Comedy director John Rich
  114. Boy-voiced Billie Mae Richards
  115. Savvy nun Agnes Turk Richardson
  116. Operating system pioneer Dennis Ritchie
  117. The Angel of the Gap Don Ritchie
  118. PC inventor H. Edward Roberts
  119. Illuminated physicist Gertrude Neumark Rothschild
  120. “Sheriff” John Rovick
  121. World-saving chemist F. Sherwood Rowland
  122. Andy Griffith Show writer Aaron Ruben
  123. Pussycat Tura Satana
  124. The anti-cancer David Servan-Schreiber
  125. Model Joanne Siegel
  126. Snowboard inventor Tom Sims
  127. TV composer Fred Steiner
  128. Research psychiatrist Daniel Stern
  129. The adjective, noun Leonard Stern
  130. Game Show creator Bob Stewart
  131. Goony comedian Eric Sykes
  132. Cartoonist Jim Unger
  133. Forgotten hero George Vujnovich
  134. Democracy proponent Szeto Wah
  135. Kangaroo Neighbor James E. Wall
  136. Guitar teacher to the World Bert Weedon
  137. White Room dictator Güenter Wendt
  138. Literary hotelier George Whitman
  139. The completely innocent George Whitmore Jr
  140. Dogface extraordinaire Paul Wiedorfer
  141. Ziggy creator Tom Wilson
  142. Persistent writer Dick Wimmer
  143. “Ask Beth” columnist Elizabeth Winship
  144. TV producer David Wolper
  145. IVF pioneer Carl Wood
  146. Barcode inventor N. Joseph Woodland
  147. Nobel laureate Rosalyn Yalow
  148. Chinese toddler Wang Yue
  149. Columnist and author Jeffrey Zaslow
  150. Salmon River Caveman Richard Zimmerman