It was just this Friday when a brain hemorrhage claimed the life of Gary Coleman, the pint-sized actor who made it big on television's "Different Strokes". Fans of Coleman can install a tribute app from the Android Market. You can run through about 20 snapshots that cover much of the actor's life starting from his days portraying Arnold Jackson-a little boy who gets transported from Harlem to Park Avenue along with his brother, when his cleaning lady mom dies. The show was a huge hit and Coleman became the face of NBC for a few years. Personally, he had nephritis-a congenital kidney disease that required dialysis and which stunted his growth. His $17 million fortune evaporated as his parents allegedly misused the funds forcing Coleman to sue his Mom and Dad. After the show was canceled, there was no place for the actor on prime-time and he ended up broke, working on a movie set-as a security guard. For those who wish to remember Gary Coleman, you can download the app and remember him as Arnold, saying his trademark line, "Wachoo talking about Willis?"