Author of Famous “Cloudless Sky” Photo Used For Commodore 64 Desktop Image Dies Poor and Forgotten

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WEST CHESTER (The Global Edition) – Greg O’Neil, photographer who made famous photo used as background wallpaper for Commodore 64 computers, died at the age of 84, reported global technology websites. Greg’s wife Wilma says that he died in his home, peacefully in his sleep, but in poverty and forgotten by the world. “Entire More...

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Most Persistent Person in the World Clicks Page 3 of Google Search Results

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NASA Scientist Drunk with Power Just Pointing at Things and Declaring Them Planets

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