Lynn VoedischDateline: Lynn Voedisch
First Published: Dec 10, 2009 / Last Published: Sep 06, 2012
I have a new novel, "The God's Wife," published by Fiction Studio that's on sale digitally at all e-bookstores, and in paperback at Amazon.com and barnesandnoble.com. I'm getting ready to release another novel "Dateline: Atlantis" on April 2. I'm a veteran (but youthful) journalist and have worked at many publications including the Chicago Sun-Times (17 years), Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, and many magazines. I've covered just about everything except sports and business--although there was that week the Sun-Times put me in the business section when they thought Internet news belonged over there. Features rescued me. I've also been on radio and TV a little bit.
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February 24, 2011
Apple Releases New Lion OS For Developers Only
For those who want to look in from sidelines, here's update on what developers get with Mac's Lion OS.
Millimeter-sized Computer Created That Can Be Implanted in Human Eye
University of Michigan researchers develop tiny nano-computer to aid glaucoma patients.
The Cat's Meow, Ten-Pin Style
Cats may not seem like they like the sporting life, but they love bowling.in Videos
February 23, 2011
Motorola Xoom to Debut at Verizon Stores
In the race to out-do the iPad, Xoom is one of the gadgets that many are betting will win a lot of fans. Verizon will have it on Thursday.in Android
Rahm Emanuel Wins as Chicago Mayor
Obama's former Chief of Staff landed the job of Chicago mayor; no runoff election is needed.in Politics
February 22, 2011
Super App Takes On Conference Organizing
Giant application turns iPhone or iPod Touch into map, organizing guide, list of speakers, and paperless guide to professional conference.
February 21, 2011
Apple To Introduce Light Peak With MacBook Pro
In conjunction with Intel, Apple has created Light Peak, which is rippingly fast, and bound to make MacBook Pros sales soar.
Facebook Slaps Down 'Slave' Site, Tries to Reshape Sex Policy
A kinky sex site calls into question the limits of Facebook's sex-site standards; signals need for new regulations.
Nun Goes Down in Facebook Fiasco
It's all a bit of nunsense, but this convent can't cope with a sister who garnered 600 friends on Facebook.
February 18, 2011
China Building City-Sized Cloud Computing Center
China blasts off with huge data center, even though its total IT spending is low compared to U.S.in IT