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 18, 2011
Five-Inch Screen? Voice Commands? They Say Anything About Next iPhone
The rumor mill is spilling out more material on iPhone 5 than we can take in, most of it crazy and a lot of it silly.
February 15, 2011
Believe It or Not, 73 Percent Own 'Dumbphones'
Despite all the hoopla about iPhones and Android phones, most people own cell phones that just make calls.
February 4, 2011
Too Big to Fail: Rahm Gets Annointed by Big Money for Chicago Mayor
Video does a little rap number on Rahm Emanuel's seemingly bottomless pockets and the fact that someone, everywhere likes him.in Videos
Verizon Sells Out iPhones for Verizon Customers in Pre-Dawn Hours—What?
If Verizon sold its customers all available iPhones in a few pre-dawn hours, what does this mean for the rest of us?
Hotmail Introduces Throw-Away E-Mail Addresses
New from Hotmail, e-mail is for anyone who wants disposable e-mail to stay off spam lists, stay anonymous.
February 3, 2011
Internet Officially Runs Out of IP Addresses, New Longer Ones Are Replacements
It seems impossible but all 4.3 billion IP addresses are gone. Not to worry new ones were planned for.
January 28, 2011
Egyptian Authorities Shut Off Internet
To keep the world from learning what is happening in the protest- and demonstration-filled country, authorities shut down the Web.
January 27, 2011
News Corp. and Apple Set Date for The Daily Announcement
After months of delay, and Steve Jobs going on medical leave, the two companies settled on a start for iPad newspaper.
January 26, 2011
Zuckerberg's Facebook Page Hacked
It happened to Assange and to Sarkozy—both have been hacked. But in Zuckerberg's case, he's been telling you your privacy is safe with him.
January 25, 2011
Rahm Wins Appeal from Illinois Supreme Court
High state court hears Emanuel's residency case on expedited basis. Presses stop and ballots are reprinted with Emanuel's name on them.in Politics