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December 03, 1983 (vol. 94, iss. 72) • Page Image 1

… will only be available See JOBLESS, Page 2 Officials fear recalls will hurt 'U' At a press conference in the Chrysler Center yesterday, Steve Jobs (right) founder and president of Apple Computer Inc…

… doesn't mean that See OFFICIALS, Page 7 4'U, deal worth millions By NANCY GOTTESMAN Top executives from two major com- puter firms - including Steven Jobs, one of the founders of Apple Computer, Inc…

…. - came to North Campus yester- day to announce ah agreement to sell $8 million worth of computer equipment to the College of Engineering. The University will purchase some 800 computers from Apple and…

…., says students will soon use computers as routinely as they now use calculators. Engineering Dean James Duder- stadt sits to his right, and Apollo Computer Chairman William Poduska is pictured at the far…

… left. Computer firms kick of By JACKIE YOUNG As two Democratic state senators clean out their desks in Lansing and an- ti-tax group celebrate their victories in recent recall elections, University of…

… Apollo Computer, Inc. at what college officials say are "substantially reduced prices." Earlier this week, college officials said the purchase price would be somewhere between $4 million and $7 million…

… provided with a personal computer workstation, all integrated into a sophisticated communications net- work." Jobs said that the University's wide- scale use of the computer system will give his company a…

… chance to witness the interaction of a "large community of computer users" with the company's technology and that a great deal of computer software will be produced from the venture. "Individuals can do…

… gret things if you give them great tools," Jobs said. Among the advantages of the new computer system, Duderstadt said, is the opportunity for students to use elaborate computer graphics rather than…

… committing designs to paper first. He also said that "the companies' new state-of-the-art computer equipment will be incorporated into ongoing in- structional and research programs ranging from robotics and…

December 03, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 62) • Page Image 5

… that? All you get are thorns in your fingers and dirty hands. Instead, ask for a Holiday Bundle from Apple@ -- a MacintoshTM computer and ImagewriterTM II Printer. Macintosh"' is helping people…

…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, December 3, 1985-- Page 5 COMPUTERS Fron Richmond, Va. (AP) - Ar- chaeologists are turning to Space Age technology to help them unlock Stone Age secrets…

… revolutionized the work ar- chaeologists do," said Sylvia Gaines, associate anthropology professor at Arizona State University in Tempe. Virginia's Department of Highways and Transportation uses a computer to…

computer to tell us what's there," he said. ARCHAEOLOGISTS also use comput- ers as electronic draftsman, creating maps from coordinates fed into the machine, according to Marley Brown, director of…

… archaeological excavation at Colonial Williamsburg. digs to databases Archaeologists turn more to computers Some archaeologists share infor- mation by trading disks, but only on a regional basis. The…

… "could sell the information to pot hun- ters who go to a site and dig up pots, ornaments and jewelry, and then sell them for megabucks," she said. Computer archaeology is not limited to the United States…

…. Archaeologists from five countries working at Carthage in Tunis used computers to reduce the confusion of communicating in five languages, Gaines said. COMPUTERS were also used to examine the relation of Britain…

…'s Stonehenge to celestial events, to studey Neolithic houses along the Danube River and to explore sites in Mexico. Archaeologists' increased use of computers prompted Gaines to create "Advances in Computer

… offers seminars on computers to professionals. AT VIRGINIA Commonwealth University in Richmond, ar- chaeological research lab director Dan Mouer links a video camera to a computer to record pictures of ar…

…- tifacts at excavation sites. Mouer said he can send the digitized gray-scale images, similar to photocopies, to other ar- chaeologists for consultation. Computers also cut the tedium of some chores, the…

December 03, 1982 (vol. 93, iss. 70) • Page Image 2

… "Our society will be changed by com- Education-is equipped with TRS 80s, puters in a fundamental way," he said. Atari and Apple computers. While the Computers can exchange information, kids experiment on…

…Page 2-Friday, December 3, 1982-The Michigan Daily 'U' teaches kids how to operate computers By AMY KORMAN Next, Andre tells the children to pun- No one can dispute that today is the ch in any…

… characters or command they age of computers, and the University is want so they can discover what the preparing for it in a unique way- computer can do. teaching children to run the machines. Andre teaches the…

… how to understand the computer. And capable of interacting with the com- third, they can explore on their own, puter," Andre said. "The computer is without examples, to exercise their like a set of…

… blocks, or a puzzle. It's no creativity." less important." "While (the computer's) purpose is He added, "It wouldn't surprise me if not to resolve social issues," Andre most of these kids knew more about…

… said, "the computer will demonstrate microcomputers than their parents at the adaptability of people as did Gut- the end of the program." tenbuerg's printing press." The center-based in the School of…

…- hyis structions on how to modify it. This allows them to discover "the enormous flexibility of computers," he said. optim istic i firset artifiial heart implant (Continued from Page 1) and the plastic…

December 03, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 69) • Page Image 2

… most major cities to tap into MTS. All of this growth in computerization has led some people to ask if it will result in dehumanization. "Humans are inevitably responsible for what a computer does…

…- Thousands of tons of garbage festooned the streets of the Big Apple yesterday in the second day of a pre-Christmas Holiday strike by private sanitation workers. The city began making emergency pickups of up…

… Advertising. 764-0557; Display advertising. 764-0554: Biling, 764s0550. 0 Computers: They 're all over the place at the 'U' (Continued from Page 1) during the day is so slow he cannot ac- complish much. As…

… the demand for computing facilities grows, the University tries to keep pace by upgrading its machinery (hardware) and its programming, Aupperle said. -The next change will come in April, when the…

…. The new Amdahl 5860 will be the first of its class, Aupperle said. It will be twice as fast, with a larger memory than the computer currently in use, he said. FINERMAN said the new Amdahl will cost…

…, according to Finerman. And it has the potential to grow beyond that. With an eye to the future, the Computing Center is working to establish a network of underground cables on campus, Finerman said. This…

… would provide another way for in- dividuals or departments with small computers to tap into MTS. Finerman said financial constraints are preventing this system, which would extend to University campuses…

… in Dearborn and Flint, from being com- pleted as quickly as most people at the Computing Center would like. BUT THERE are more plans, waiting for realization. The University has been engaged in a joint…

… is planning to acquire a specialized computer, called CYTO, built by Ann Arbor's CYTO Systems, Inc. Dick Volz, an associate director of the computing center, said CYTO is used for image processing, and…

… it will be one of only four in the world. There is little doubt that the influence of computers at the University will grow. Already MTS is part of the MERIT computer network, a joint un- dertaking of…

April 03, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 146) • Page Image 2

… Star Wars technology that can beat the Russians, to build computers that are faster than those from Japan..." may need to be revised. "THE GREATER gift of education is understanding," Rhodes said, which…

… from Page 1) we're just here is when the machines break down, the varic But like anything else, you learn to roll departme with the punches," says Karunas. "IT'S L The record time for computers being…

… orderinga out of order was 24 hours, according to out of me Karunas. A computer hold up can throw do?" Kar off the entire CRISP schedule, he says, wanting tc because students have to return the kids some…

… following day for appointments. "It's ac Some students get pretty testy when want, wh their schedules don't work out, adds being abl Karunas. Comput "ONCE I had to call security to have spend hou a fellow…

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April 03, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 125) • Page Image 11

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October 03, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 21) • Page Image 4

… where there is cut-throat competition. IBM and the other companies desperately need a smooth Christ- mas season. Surely, IBM cannot afford to lose the University for its pesonal computers. Neither Apple

… California, Berkeley instituted a boycott of IBM per- sonal computers because of that company's operations in Africa. According to a- representative at the Investor Responsibility Research Center, this will…

…-tech development is not automatically salutory. South Africa's pass-book system operates with the use of IBM mainframe computers. True, IBM no longer sells directly to the apartheid government, but the fact remains…

computer use. Students cannot simply abandon their tools to protest corporate in- volvement in South Africa. Never- theless, they are able to hit IBM at its most vulnerable spot. Recent months have seen IBM…

… cancel production of the PCjr; Ap- ple lay off a fifth of its workers and close half its plants; Wang shut its factories for two weeks and all the personal computer companies face a disappointing market…

… or Zenith, which are sold through the University, operate in South Africa. Indeed, Michigan-based Zenith's personal computer is IBM compatible and less expensive than IBM'S. The University has also…

computers will do nothing to salve anyone's conscience since so many American companies do the same or worse as IBM. Rather the boycott of IBM is a temporary and opportunist measure to hasten apartheid…

February 03, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 103) • Page Image 3

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…," moderator, Glenn Lynn, 7:30 p.m. room 3105 Art & Architec- tur Building, North Campus. Computing Center - J. Sweeton, "Intro to MTS," 7 p.m., Room 2235, Angell Hall. Atmospheric & Oceanic Sciences - Dr…

… Grading," 3:15 p.m., East Conferen- ce Room, Rackham. Computing Center - Lab, F. Hartman, "The Zenith 2-150 as an MTS ter- minal,"l':30 p.m., Room Z-150 NUBS. Neuroscience - Seminar. L Garvin…

December 03, 1983 (vol. 94, iss. 72) • Page Image 2

… Af- fairs Editor Beth Allen. Colleges appears every Saturday. 'U' to buy computer equipment at discount (Continued from Page 1) funds. purchased are Apple's Lisa and of any university in this nation…

… plans to finance the purchase with cor- porate gifts and sponsored research students have been required to pay $100 per term for the new system to finance individual use of the personal computer

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February 03, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 88) • Page Image 6

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October 03, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 26) • Page Image 10

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November 03, 1986 (vol. 97, iss. 43) • Page Image 8

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… Ping & Plcmt-Lec, "Choosing Your Major," 4:10 pm, 25 Angell Hall. Computing Ctr-Course, B Blue, "Introduction to Tell-A- Graf, "7-9 pm, 1013 NUBS. Register: 747-2424. *U-M-Flint-Documen film fest…

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October 03, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 21) • Page Image 6

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April 03, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 149) • Page Image 5

….537 FOR ARCH t 15 12 0O 339 3.727 366 ART 356 MTL PL-SERIGRAPHY 7 18 O 72 3.233 400 ARCH 400 TUTORIAL STUDIES 13 9 0 29 3.472 A23 ARCH 423 iNTR UR8 PLANNI NG 13 0 0 39 3.207 431 ARCH 43f INTRO COMPUTER

… C 607 INTROD £ED RAD 3 0 0 6 3.566 206 620 ED C 820 APPL GRP DYNAM I 0 0 3 3.700 580 EDOC 680 PERSON IN GROUP I 0 2 0 DIVISION TOTAL 4S6 e1 170 '700' S.3t 2 208 301 E0 0 301 DIRECTED TEACH 73 29 639 0…

April 03, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 149) • Page Image 8

… VARIA6LE 15 9 0 36 3.300 6566 MATH 5666 METH APPL MATH 1 3 3 0 6 .650 428 56!. MATH 561 LI ROOR0M I 4 0 0 12 2.675 .E MAH86.5 THEORY OF GRAPHS 2 0 0 6 3.660 6.01 MATH 861 INTRO MATH LOGIC 9 3 0 24 2…

….000 496 POL SC! 490 SEMl AMER GOVT 16 8 0 56 4.000 497 POL SC! 497 SEM COMPAR GOV 8 0 0 24 3.283 499 P01 SC! 499 METM POL ANAL 20 24 0 88 3.018 514 P0OL SC! 514 SOC SCI COMPUT 7 1 0 8 3.516 585 POL SC! 585…

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