#1 John Long
b. 1953 (for whom CK above is written) is a legendary rock climber, world adventurer, and best-seller in the outdoor industry. His novella Rogue's Babylon
was adapted into the movie Cliffhanger, starring Sylvester Stallone. His literary fiction has appeared in Granta and is widely anthologized. His feats include the first one-day ascent of El Capitan and a coast-to-coast traverse of Borneo. More than 750,000 copies of his outdoor guides are in print. He resides in Venezuela and in Venice, California.#2 John A. Long
(born 1957 in Melbourne, Australia) began collecting fossils at the age of 7. For many years, he was Curator of Vertebrate Palaeontology at the Museum of Western Australia and is now Head of Sciences at Museum Victoria. He is the author of books on dinosaurs, and Mountains of Madness
.#3 John Long
writes humorous, illustrated cartoon books.#4 John Long
(born 1941 in Chicago) graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1963. He went on to study law at Stanford, at a time when nearby San Francisco had become the mecca of the Beat Generation. He authored Drugs and the 'Beats'
As a student during the turbulent sixties, he had first-hand knowledge of the drug scene and the "hippie" phenomenon, and a continuing interest in these visionary writers. Though the author moved to France permanently in 1972, his interest in the beatniks never waned, and they became the subject of his doctoral thesis, accorded highest honors at the Sorbonne in 1980.#5 John O. Long
wrote ITIL Version 3 at a Glance: Information Quick Reference.
#6 Long, John (John P.) 1950- Lincoln's cases before the Illinois Supreme Court
#7 Long, John, 1917- Modern Russia,
#8 Long, John, 1948- Treaty no. 9
#9 John Long, Comanche - Pale Moon