Google remembers the 147th birthday of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Lest it be forgotten, Conan Doyle wrote a lot more than the Sherlock Holmes stories. One such work is the 1912 novel, The Lost World. The book was later made into some mediocre films, and its legacy was confused (and tarnished?) when Michael Crichton used its name for his sequel to Jurassic Park.