Lois Gresh

As a computer specialist, Lois H. Gresh designs tests for security loopholes. As a project engineer, she handles failures of hardware circuitry, microcode, and operating systems. As a programmer, she designs and codes corporate Web sites and systems using C, Java, JavaScript, VRML 2.0, and various multimedia tools. She's written assembly language on numerous platforms, including routines to test the instruction set of a new CPU chip. She designed and coded Cobol/Fortran/JCL applications for federal and state welfare programs and for the U.S. Department of Defense. She has firsthand knowledge of high-level corporate takeovers in the computer industry, as well as the culture and business operations of companies in Silicon Valley and Southern California. As a fiction writer, Lois is the author of dozens of suspense and science fiction stories. Her story "Digital Pistil" won a national science fiction award. Six of her stories have been nominated for the Theodore Sturgeon and Bram Stoker Awards. Lois lives in Rochester, New York.

A prolific author, Robert Weinberg has worked extensively in the suspense, horror, and science fiction fields. His short stories have appeared in numerous anthologies, including Dark Love, Phobias, and David Copperfield's Tales of the Impossible. He has been nominated for the Hugo, World Fantasy, and Balrog Awards and is a two-time winner of the World Fantasy Award. His work has been translated into Japanese, French, Polish, Spanish, Russian, Italian, Romanian, and German. Robert lives near Chicago.
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Author: Lois Gresh and Robert Weinberg | Narrator: Oliver Wyman
Release Date: November 05, 2002
With an introduction by author Dean Koontz.
$14.96
ISBN: 9780739304778
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