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September 16, 1987 - Image 18

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The Michigan Daily, 1987-09-16

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College Is Just the Beginning!
Boom boxes and VCRs... camcorders and mini-TVs... com-
pact disc players... personal computers... program-
mable microwave ovens... advanced calculators... high-tech
telephones. Sure, consumer electronic gadgets are fun. But is
there more to the electronics revolution than fun and (video)
games-more in it for you?
Experts on and off campuses say students who cozy up to
consumer electronics feel more confident of their academic and
social skills-and their chances in tomorrow's job market.
What's more, today's electronics boom is just the start of a
lifetime revolution in the way we learn, work, and live. By 1997,
you might be able to "try on" clothes at home-using a
computerized holographic image... of yourself! "Commuting"
to work may mean a walk into the den to a computer work sta-

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