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September 15, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 147) • Page Image 17

… leader in exile. When I told my high school friends that I was getting a Mac four years ago, I was told time and again that Apple computers were "pieces of shit," unless, of course, I was using it for…

… to the solo in "Freebird." Unfortunately, yelling doesn't make either one go faster. When the first true Apple computer was released, it came with not one but two joysticks to play games. The Apple II…

… the birthplace of consumer computer gaming. Apple's early success did not deter IBM, which was cloned to form Compaq, HP and a host of others until today's PC of choice, Dell. With no clones, Mac game…

… and fall of Mac gaming Apple - C, Apple - V I The Tech Column By Forest Casey o some, it's a comfortable scenic seat after a long day of work. To others, it's a nui- sance and a road block in a…

… flavoring and spices and topped off with some partially melted cheese product. However, the customizable additions, such as apple slices, walnuts or artichokes, can perk up the meal's original blandness, and…

…, white iMacs crowded the pit, and people were actually using them for gaming. In the years after Apple founder Steve Jobs' removal from the company, the Mac platform suffered the same slow defeat as a…

… graphics or video editing. I always took that opportunity to lie. Of course I would be creat- ing intricate 3-D models on a computer that takes as long to open Photoshop as it does for Lynyrd Skynyrd to get…

… developers couldn't sell nearly as many games as their PC counter- parts, and the entire field of Mac gaming began to crumble. At least, that is, until 1999. Steve Jobs returned to the helm, salvaging Apple

… with the most successful computer of all time, the iMac. For the Mac faithful, Jobs' second coming was akin to Jesus's almost 2000 years before. People suddenly had a reason to trash their PCs and go Mac…

… been in cardiac arrest for twenty years, and to the Mac platform as a whole. And then this last hope, much like the origi- nal Apple II, started to slip away. Apple nem- esis Microsoft invaded Bungie…

September 15, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 147) • Page Image 19

… 2005 Apple Computer. Inc. All rights reserved. Culture Bus Arts at Michigan presents this bus trip to the Michigan Renaissance Festival for students, faculty and staff, complete with Irish music and…

… more health-con- scious customers. If that's not enough, El-Awar has a lot more planned. In the next few weeks, the store will start selling homemade caramel apples and smoothies, and El-Awar said he…

…. University Hours: 9 a.m. -10:30 p.m. every day. Sweet U Candy Store on South Univer made and original treats. - (And you don't want to leave your room and computer?) (What can be any easier? You'll never…

… with your everyday education discount save up to $479.** But act now. The offer is only good through September 24, 2005. www.apple.com/go/backtoschool *Offer is for qualified Apple Education Individual…

… apply. See Official Offer Coupon or visit www.apple.com/go/backtoschool. qu479 savings based on $300 education discount on purchase of a 17-inch PowerBook and $179 rebate on a qualifying iPod. TM and 0…

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