2011年7月15日金曜日

NNDB tracking the entire world

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Introducing NNDB Mapper

The NNDB Mapper is a visual tool for exploring the connections between people in NNDB, linking them together through family relations, corporate boards, movies and TV, political alliances, and shadowy conspiracy groups. Maps can be saved and shared for others to explore.
As of this writing, the major demographic breakdown in NNDB is 23462 living, 13553 dead, 30136 male and 6877 female.
Recent Deaths: 2007 · 2008 · 2009 · 2010 · 2011


What is NNDB?

NNDB is an intelligence aggregator that tracks the activities of people we have determined to be noteworthy, both living and dead. Superficially, it seems much like a "Who's Who" where a noted person's curriculum vitae is available (the usual information such as date of birth, a biography, and other essential facts.)
But it mostly exists to document the connections between people, many of which are not always obvious. A person's otherwise inexplicable behavior is often understood by examining the crowd that person has been associating with.
Eventually, we will have synopses and analyses of creative works by the people in the database, including their books, films, and recordings.



Dr. Sputnik's Society Pages
And yes this is what passes for a gossip column in these parts
15-Jul-2011 · Mooning charges against Foxy Brown are dropped ... Now you can wear Steve Buscemi's face as a dress for some reason ... Judge declares instant mistrial in prosecution of superstar pitcher Roger Clemens ... Verizon tells customer she needs a lawyer and a subpoena to see an itemized bill, but Judge disagrees ... Lady Gaga's YouTube channel is shut down for copyright violations ... Accused child molester is allowed to watch child pornography in jail ... Governor Rick Perry (R-Texas) welcomes all the usual wingnuts — Bryan Fischer, Don Wildmon, and more — to his all-day festival of prayer ... Bernard-Henri Lévy explains why you're wrong about former International Monetary Fund Managing Director Dominique Strauss-Kahn ... Minnesota reaches budget deal, shutdown to end soon ... Rupert Murdoch admits to "minor mistakes" ...
14-Jul-2011 · South Park wins lawsuit over "What What (in the Butt)" parody ... Ernest Hemingway may have been driven to suicide because of surveillance by the FBI ... Ted Danson will replace Laurence Fishburne on CSI ... Fake Democrats go down in Wisconsin ... Letter sheds light on alleged censorship by astronomer Edwin Hubble ... US Rep Michelle Bachmann's church says Pope Benedict XVI is the Antichrist ... Halle Berry stalking suspect is arrested after third alleged trespass in three days ... Wedding bells alleged again for Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt ... Chill already, over that Netflix rate increase ... Lea Michele, Chris Colfer, and Cory Monteith will "graduate" from Glee come Spring ... MIT researchers are printing solar cells on sheets of paper ... Steven Spielberg wrote a nice note to Forry Ackerman ... Rodney King is arrested for DWI ...
13-Jul-2011 · What's the deal with the Seinfeld porn parody? ... JP Morgan Chase regrets to inform you, and the credit bureaus, that you are dead ... Evil Dead star Bruce Campbell confirms return of the franchise ... Dean Martin's burger recipe calls for meat and bourbon and nothing else ... US Justice Department says it should be able to require people to decrypt their computers ... Tom Felton wants to be a rapper and change his image with "backward caps" ... Hall of Fame wide receiver Michael Irvin appears on the cover of Out magazine, asks for gay rights ... Scientists warn of new super-strain of gonorrhea ... David Lynch assembles appropriately bizarre compilation album ... Xbox hacker sends SWAT team to Florida home ...
12-Jul-2011 · Dillard's fired guy for eating two hotdogs left over from company picnic ... Mila Kunis accepts date invitation posted to YouTube by US soldier in Afghanistan ... Spanish surgeons claim first double leg transplant ... News Corp shareholders sue, as hacking scandal grows -- Rupert Murdoch's reporters allegedly tried hacking the communications of former UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown, the 9/11 victims, and the investigators investigating the hackings ... Crackdown on medical marijuana ahead? ... James Franco regrets dressing up as Marilyn Monroe for the Oscars ... Senator Mitch McConnell (R-Kentucky) uses Casey Anthony case to make an awful political point ... TV's Jimmy Olson, Jack Larson, remembers movie maker James Bridges, his longtime lover ... Charlie Sheen's ex threatens to sue anyone who mentions her name on Comedy Central ... Video shows drunken fool's antics in David Letterman's studio lobby ... Australia plans to impose carbon tax on worst polluters ...
11-Jul-2011 · Bruce Lee's daughter campaigns to put him on a US postage stamp ... Philadelphia saves $2M by not prosecuting pot smokers ... Irish woman dies of allergic reaction to the dog she had sex with ... FBI and DHS seek to build a massive database of Americans' personal and biometric information ... Man arrested for vandalizing David Letterman's studio ... The genius of Douglas Trumbull continues with The Tree of Life ... US Rep and Presidential candidate Michelle Bachmann (R-Minnesota) pledges to ban gay marriage, and pornography ... Australian diver snaps first known photo of fish using tools ... Destruction of evidence on a massive scale at News Corp's News of the World ... Flannery O'Connor also drew comics ...
10-Jul-2011 · Kristen Johnston doesn't want to fly with Octomom's screaming litter of 2-year-olds ... New Jersey Nets star Deron Williams is going to play basketball, lockout or not ... CBS faked its Fourth of July fireworks display ... Hines Ward, Dancing with the Stars champ, is arrested for DWI ... US Rep Paul Ryan (R-Wisc.) has rather fancypants taste in wine ... Who can save America's space program? Stephen Colbert ... Rupert Grint digs older women ...
9-Jul-2011 · Katy Perry cancels concerts after food poisoning ... Media junior tycoon James Murdoch, son of Rupert and publisher of News of the World, could face criminal charges on both sides of the Atlantic ... Yao Ming retires from the National Basketball Association ... TNT green-lights Dallas reboot, with original series stars Larry Hagman, Patrick Duffy, and Linda Gray ... Ever wonder how the hours American teachers work and the salary they earn compares to teachers in other industrialized nations? Well, the picture's not pretty ... BP wants to stop paying for Gulf of Mexico disaster ... Google gets puzzling ...
8-Jul-2011 · ABC News hires kidnapping victim Elizabeth Smart as their kidnapping expert ... Rupert Murdoch's News of the World will be consolidated in response to hacking scandals ... Nancy Grace knows that a lot of people hate her ... JP Morgan Chase has a man thrown in jail for fraudulent check, except the check was legit ... Nobel Prize winning economist Joseph Stiglitz explains how tax cuts, wars, health care, and generally stupid government are bankrupting the USofA ... Cancelled soaps All My Children and One Life to Live will "continue" with on-line episodes ... President Obama is ready and willing to slash Social Security ... Have you ever wondered how many Scientologists there really are? ... Marc Maron makes a pilot for a possible sit-com ... Daniel Radcliffe reveals that he's short and nerdy ... This is what your arm will look like if you touch that new plant that's invading New York ...
7-Jul-2011 · Ginormous wombat skeleton is unearthed by Australian paleontologists ... How messy will the New York Post libel lawsuit get? ... Governor Sam Brownback (R-Kansas) appoints Operation Rescue wingnut to state's physician licensing board ... Willie Nelson's weed related plea deal is rejected by a Texas judge ... 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals orders end to enforcement of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" ... Rupert Murdoch's News of the World also hacked into the phones of terrorists' victims ... Former US Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor is saving the future with video games ... Missouri farmers, wanna sell your flooded land to the Army Corps of Engineers? ... Done deal — James Spader joins the cast of The Office ... How will the US Transportation Security Administration deal with the threat of surgically implanted bombs? ... Alleged Mafioso Whitey Bulger pleads not guilty to 19 murders ... CNN cancels Eliot Spitzer's tedious program...
6-Jul-2011 · Chipper preacher Robert Schuller is thrown out of his lavish but broke Crystal Cathedral ... Portugal's drug decriminalization looks pretty darn good ten years later ... Prosecutors to drop all charges against former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn, while victim says she'll sue New York Post over hooker claims ... Rick Springfield pleads not guilty to DWI charge ... President Obama's whitewash of Bush-era torture continues ... Richard Branson caught up in phone hacking claims ... Judge halts forced medication of Arizona assassin Jared Loughner ... Tom Felton says an American tried to adopt him ... What else do you want to know about alleged Wikileaks leaker Bradley Manning? ... Amazon purchase of Europe's fastest growing bookseller sparks inquiry ... Google hires big lobbying guns for anti-trust fight ...

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