1. The Sun Don't Lie
The Sun Don't Lie is an album by Marcus Miller, released in 1993, belonging to the jazz rock genre.
2. Bomb Jack Twin
Bomb Jack Twin is a platforming arcade game that was released in 1993 by NMK.
3. Keith Richburg
Keith Richburg is a journalist and the author of Out of America, which detailed his experiences as a correspondent in Africa, during which he witnessed the Rwandan Genocide, a civil war in Somalia, and a cholera epidemic in Democratic Republic of Congo.
4. Noreen Young
Noreen Isabel Young, C.M. (born September 11, 1952) is a Canadian producer and puppeteer, and is still actively involved in the puppeteering business through her corporation, Noreen Young Productions.
5. Millennium Tower (London)
The London Millennium Tower was one of several ideas for the site of the former Baltic Exchange at 30 St Mary Axe, City of London that had been destroyed beyond repair by a Provisional IRA bomb blast.
6. Tales from the Public Domain
“Tales from the Public Domain” is the fourteenth episode of The Simpsons’ thirteenth season.
7. Schneier's Law
The term "Schneier's Law" was coined by Cory Doctorow in his speech about Digital Rights Management for Microsoft Research.
8. National Black Writers Conference
The National Black Writers Conference (NBWC) is a biennial symposium dedicated to an exploration of "emerging themes, trends and issues in black literature."
9. Cosmic gravitational wave background
The cosmic gravitational wave background is a relic of the Cosmic inflation, which can be measured directly, or indirectly by examining the polarization of the Cosmic microwave background radiation.
A bunion (hallux valgus) is a structural deformity of the bones and the joint between the foot and big toe, and may be painful.