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September 06, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 142) • Page Image 27

….," .0 0 0 9. IMsAnnual omuerSale Great deals on computers, printers, and software from Aldus, Apple, ClarisIBM, Microsoft, NeXT, and Zenith. Don't miss U-M's annual computer sale-KickOff'91…

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September 06, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 142) • Page Image 32

… will stay intact at that See 4 DEFENSE, Page 8 Here's the deal: We've paired some of the most popular Apple* Macintosh* computers with some of the most popular Apple print- ers. Buy one of these…

… LCcomputer-our computer with either most affordable color an Apple StvleWriter system-u-ith either an or an Apple Personal Apple StvieWriter or an LaserWriters L$ Apple Personal Laser- printer.' ,U-n Witer IS…

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… sold separately. For information on the Computer Kickoff '91 Sale stop by the U of M Computer Showcase, Michigan Union Ground Level Monday-Friday,10am-5pm 1991 Apple Compter.IncApple. the'Apple logo.s i…

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… combinations, and save big bucks. Got it? Good. Now get going. This offer is available only for a limited time. See your authorized Apple campus reseller today for details. And discover the power of Macin- tosh…

… YOUR Dorm Rooms, Apartments, Homes FREE DELIVERY WITH STUDENT I.D. Friday, 9 a.m. - 8 p.m.; Saturday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sunday, 12 noon - 5 p.m. Apple Pernonal LaserWrrter ILS Classes Forming Now. Come…

September 06, 1984 (vol. 95, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

… freeze was a positive See IN-STATE, Page 11 r Apple deal sours local r By DAVID VANKER Looking for a cheap way to join the 1computer age? A deal between the University and Apple computers to provide…

…'s Microcom- puter Education Center, an office in the education school where potential pur- chasers can try out the Apples and learn how they work. To discourage resale of the bargain computers outside the…

….' - Nancy Reding Apple computer dealer etailers Harvard, Princeton, Stanford, Yale and the University of Chicago. "They're the trend-setters," Dixon remarked. "They're the universities that will be…

… developing a lot of the sof- tware (for the introduced Macintosh)," she said. Consequently students, staff mem- bers, and faculty get a good deal on computers. And Apple sets up ties in a good market. The plan…

… seemed to benefit everyones- except for private computer dealers. THE UNIVERSITY'S arrangement with Apple has not met with much ap- proval in Ann Arbor's private sector. Many retailers charge that the…

… never intended to destroy retail outlets with its offer to the universities. On the contrary, she said, "By getting the computers out to colleges we ac- tually thought it would enhance See APPLE, Page 13…

Apple Computers, Inc. Under the plan, the University is allowed to offer four computer models - the Apple Macin- tosh, Lisa, Hie, and III - at a generous discount. Faculty, staff, and students can get a…

…, manager of Inacomp, the retailer that won the right to serve as the official distributor of the Apple systems sold by the University, said Apple is simply trying to condition computer-users to its products…

… to Ed Fleckenstein, president of Technavest Corp., a local computer retailer, Apple needs to secure a larger share of the market. And, he said, "They'll give (the com- puters) away to get it." AMONG…

computers to students, staff, and faculty at generous discounts has made everyone happy - except the retailers who seem to have lost their market. OVER 1,000 orders have been received at the University…

September 06, 1984 (vol. 95, iss. 1) • Page Image 13

… be similar to the Computer Aided Engineering Network developed by the engineering college in conjunction with Apple computers. Students in that school have also paid a $100 surcharge added to tuition…

… BOOKSTORE Apple deal sours local computer business Main Store: 549 East University Electronics Showroom: 1110 South University Ann Arbor, MI 48104 (313)662-3201 s (Continued from Page 1) lbusiness…

… Fadden, wider use and ownership of computer benefits retailers as well as the Apple company. "It's a very wise move to get com- puters into everybody's hands," he said. "I think it's good for everybody…

…The Michigan Daily-- Thursday, September 6, 1984 - Page 13 00 Business students to pay $100 fee for computers By THOMAS HRACH Business students will enter the computer age this term with a new…

computer network for the business school, similar to the one already in use by the engineering school. But new technology doesn't come cheap, so the aspiring businessmen will be charged an additional $100…

September 06, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 1) • Page Image 10

… Texas. Last spring, MacWeek Magazine revealed the University, with 8,350 computers, was the third largest owner of Apple Macintosh comput- ers in the country. Ranking behind Dartmouth Col- lege and The…

… said, "The choice of the users was the Apple Macintosh." Most of the computers in the public computing sites are now Macs. In the next year Masten ex- pects to buy another 100"computer for the public…

… We've got what you want in the Daily! emese::Reme:Emsesenesmemnemesme~ A: U owns an orchard full of Macintoshes Karen Akerlof Daily NSE Contributor More Apple Macintoshes than anywhere outside of…

…'s education and began to require most students to purchase a $1,300 - $1,500 Macin- tosh computer package. Approxi- mately 85 percent of the student body now owns Macs. The number MacWeek magazine printed…

… reflected computers owned by institutions, not by individual stu- dents or faculty. Deborah Masten, associate direc- tor for Public Facilities, spent a couple of days counting Michigan's Macs for the magazine…

… University's status change in the. computer world. "That article came out so long ago, I don't even remember it," she said. The Mac hit the market early in 1984, and by October of that year Michigan's public…

computing sites acquired the first version of the Maw intosh. At that time, Masten said, Information Technology Develop- ment equipped these sites with ati equal number of Macs and IBM\ clones. But, Masten…

computing centers and ninety to 95 percent of those machines will be Macs. When University users go to buy personal computers, not surpris ingly, they buy Macs, Masten said. The University negotiates with…

…- Apple, Inc., Zenith and IBM to offer See MACS, page 13 rM I i r- DISCOVER From Flower Shop and A wonderful selection of cut flowers Silk flowers and plants 4,M Unusual gifts, gift baskets and…

September 06, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 135) • Page Image 50

… 1990 with the support of Hillel and Apple Computers. The organizations presented Nolta with a trophy, a framed poster and a check for S1,000. "This is our opportunity to honor and celebrate professors at…

… all students can take advantage of the library's hours and numerous computers. "The Media Union Library has the largest concentration of publicly available computers on campus. We're also the only…

… library building open 24 hours a day, seven days a week during the school year, so regardless of whether you want to do some research, use a computer or take a break and read something in our popular…

…. Nolta, this year's recipient of the Golden Apple Award, gave a lecture titled "Of Students & Teachers and Apples & Arrows" to an enthusiastic group of students and faculty members at Rackham Auditorium in…

… ceremony. "To be MAtRIE MARsHALL/Daily Chemistry Prof. Kathleen Nolta (right) receives the Golden Apple award from Students Honoring Outstanding University Teaching co-Chairwoman Beth Bernstein. known as a…

… superb teacher is the high- teaching has meant to her in the four est of accomplishments," Neuman said. years she has taught organic chemistry "The Golden Apple Award is for those and biochemistry at the…

September 06, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 2) • Page Image 3

… said. THE COMPUTING Center has already used the Apple and Zenith machines as workstations in the Union computing center and at NUBS. "We don't want to end up with a broad mixture of terminals," Emery…

… (Continued from Page 1) and faculty could only access one .computer at the University, the UM :system. The new computer, UB, will include all the new request accounts. The UB computer, an Amdahl 470 V/8-B, is…

… not quite as sophisticated as the UM computer, an Amdahl 5860-M, abut Marks stressed that $50 of com- puter access on the UB system is equal to $50 on the UM system. At this time, the new request ac…

computer access on campus. et computer accounts EMERY SAID the Computing Cen- ter is going to increase the number of terminals available to help cope with the expected boost in users. New terminal stations…

… number at this time. To receive the account, a student must bring a valid student I.D. and a second I.D. bearing a photo to special tables set up at the Computing Center, on North Campus and the Union Com…

September 06, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 117) • Page Image 15

Apple Computer Loan Application fl. Macintosh Performd 636 w/CD 8MB RAM/500MB hard drive, CD-ROM drive, 15"color monitor keyboard, mouse and all the software you're likely to need. PowerBook' 520 8MB…

… RAM/240MB hard drive. Sure, there' more than one way to get the money you need to buy own a Mac"for a buck or two a day That's right, for the price a Macintoshf computer. But none is as painless as…

… this. Because of a daily latte, you can get a Mac and have money left over for all you have to do is visit the authorized Apple reseller listed below, software and a printer. It's easy No groveling for…

… funds on the robbing the bank.You wont even have to make a payment for 90 days: Just call 1-800-Apple-LN to apply, and the power of Macintosh could soon A nnln i L I -/ T T, -AL %-/ …

September 06, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 1) • Page Image 44

…? The Univers in cooperation with Apple Computer, IB brings you Compute ichigan .emories... # ity of Michigan ORDER YOUR MICHIGANENSIAN TODAY TO ENJOY YOUR COLLEGE MEMORIES FOREVER! ...that last a…

computing,we are offering a variety of systems at significant savings. { For more information: " Booklets (including systems and prices) available at: - All Campus Computing Sites - Campus Information…

… Center - Computing Resource Center - Photo & Campus Services " Hands-On Demonstration and Seminar October 23 & 24 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Michigan Union Mall (ground floor) " The Computer Showcase 079kok III…

September 06, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 1) • Page Image 60

computer repair facility Students, Faculty and Staff 0 What wni I I 'sriuI rln?' The Univers in cooperation with Apple Computer, IB brings you Compute - - - - - - -- - -, .-- RQ.lmE 535 W. William…

… Tnninc nn ni arant nlnhnl avanr~te nnpI ri ,Iivrci So that you may have the most convenient access to the power of computing, we are offering a variety of systems at significant savings. For more…

… information: " Booklets (including systems and prices) available at: - All Campus Computing Sites * Campus Information Center - Computing Resource Center - Photo & Campus Services . Hands-On Demonstration and…

September 06, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 138) • Page Image 1

… cigarettes. Some- times they're not 18 years and they're surprised when we ask for ID." See POLICE, Page 7A New computers, software at computing sites By Shannon Pettypiece Daily Staff Reporter While…

… construction has created an eyesore out- side many University buildings, inside, the sight is much more appealing thanks to the newest additions to campus computing sites, including flat-screened monitors, new…

computers and new software. While upgrades can be found in several loca- tions, the most visible changes are in the Fish- bowl where the older model iMacs and Dell computers have been replaced with black Dell…

… Pentium IVs and flat panel display Macintosh computers. "The aesthetic appeal alone makes for a brighter Fishbowl," said LSA senior Will Ster- burg. "I have to be honest with you, it is taking a little…

…- intosh computers. Additionally, 30 new comput- ers were replaced in Rescomp sites, 20 at the School of Education Building and 77 at the School of Social Work, said Gregory Dumont, interim manager of Campus…

Computing Sites. These new computers are used to replace older computers that have reached their warranty peri- od of three years, Dumont added. "We're on a cycle, we try and do a third over a three…

…-year period," said Dumont. "We only try to keep a computer in the site during its warranty period, which is three-years. All of them worked, but they were out of warranty." The University worked with account…

… represen- tatives from Apple and Dell to select the perfect …

September 06, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 117) • Page Image 17

… easier will come along. "The only solution is to get rid of passwords," said Donald Norman, vice president for advanced technology at Apple Computer and author of "Things That Make Us Smart." "The very…

… jani- tor collects keys. There now are passwords for office equipment, passwords for cellular tele- phones and, of course, passwords for computer networks. Some people even have passwords to electronic…

… Bowman, chief financial officer for First Virginia Banks Inc. He has at least six computer passwords, in addition to codes for the doors of his Mercury Sable, his home security system and several credit…

… almost as easily as they crack their kns;c kIcs. They use computer pro- grams that can test millions of number or word ermutations to unlock ac- cont s. "On most computer systems, about three-quarters of…

… coding num- bers and text, We're very bad at it." The need for passwords is real. As people continue to flock to the Internet and other computer services, security and privacy issues have become more…

… complicated than ever. In the last five years, for instance, the number of intru- sions into computer systems has ex- ploded. At Carnegie Mellon's Computer Emergency Response Team in Pitts; burgh, one of…

September 06, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 1) • Page Image 14

… public facility computers in the beginning of 1991, when Apple releases Sys- tem 7. But System 7 will require more memory than the current com- puters have, and thus will be an ex- pensive transition…

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… students, faculty and staff at reduced rates. Masten said the University sold approximately 3,000 computers last year, and approximately eighty- five percent of those were Macs. "Perceived ease of use," was…

… command based. But, Masten said the IBM and its clones now have programming, called "Windows" which adds the icon in- terface. For those students who will be returning this fall to the computing centers to…

September 06, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 1) • Page Image 52

…, Solutions Marketing (a marketing consulting firm) FALL JO BS! Good Times! Great Pay! Terrific People! I don't know where I'll be in five years. But if I'm in the business world, I know I'll have my Apple

…' Macintosh' computer with me. I've seen people in business change their attitudes about computers the minute they get their hands on a Macintosh. They get this look on their faces like, "Now I get it. That…

…'s what computers are for." I think that's what attracted me to a Macintosh in the first place. It lets you take control. You start out working the way you want to work. And it just keeps getting better…

September 06, 1984 (vol. 95, iss. 1) • Page Image 18

… NEED A IBM * APPLE * COMPAQ COMPUTER? RENT NOW WHILE SUPPLIES LAST! We rent and sell several kinds of terminals, printers, modems, and personal computers. Come and visit our office at 749 Airport Blvd…

… graduate schools, computer center, an atomic ac- a research library. Instead of 500 lecture you have six per class. Only t countries can afford graduate e said. In the United States however, Heise said…

September 06, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 123) • Page Image 6

… 662- 7260. EAGLE TALON TSI 1991 AWD all ionsCD, excellent cond. $7,200. 761- 239. Fflcoputrs APPLE LCII. system 7.0, 80MB, 13.5" color monitor, HP printer + spare cartridges, Microsoft Word 5. Asking…

… $1100 or best. Call Tomas, 313/480-9875. BRAND NEW 486 SYSTEM w/SBGA color monitor. All still in box. Only $650. 313/563-8814. COMPUTER RENAISSANCE BACK TO SCHOOL BLOWOUT Incredible deals on systems…

… hiring for FallWinter posi- tions that are avail, throughout the school yr. Flex. eve. hrs.-create own sched. Obtain valuable computer & comm. skills while im- proving stud. programs. Pd. Training. For…

… library research & general assistance. Computer skills helpful. 10-15 hrs./wk. $10-12/hr. Weekend interviews possible. 764-5448. BUSMEN TO WORK in exchange for meals at the Martha Cook Building, 906 S…

…. Commitment for I academic yr. Hrs. must include MWF afternoons. 995-5399. COMPUTER PROGRAMMER entry level position approximately 15-25 hrs./wk. Must know a high level programming language. Familiarity w…

…/ Windows & related database a plus. Submit application @ 3011 Student Ac- tivities Building or call 764-6413. COMPUTER PROGRAMMER entry level position approximately 15-25 hrs./wk. Must know a high level…

… programming language. Familiarity w/ Windows & related database a plus. Submit application @ 3011 Student Ac- tivities Building or call 764-6413. COMPUTER PROGRAMMER/ HARDWARE Technician part-time work- study…

September 06, 2002 (vol. 113, iss. 4) • Page Image 8

… y 16 feeling bad for Apple- tury Fox by more than her cuck- olded character. Ben's friends are no more than weak cari- catures of high school kids. Appar- ently two of the. friends are fighting since…

… hospital. But then again, in a film partially set at a school where nobody actually attends a class, where a kid can look at nude pictures of a teenaged girl on a school library's computer, implausi- bility…

September 06, 2002 (vol. 113, iss. 4) • Page Image 6

… college students. For more information, please call (734)761-2576 or'email ghjoblineja l.comn FULL-TIME, EXPERIENCED SYSTEMS administrator/computer programmer with math background needed. Salary…

…. Located on Church and S. Univer- sity. Large Apt. w/ gourmet kitch. w/ dwshr. FREE central A/C. Computer/study area Call 668-11(X) for an appointment ATTRACTIVE RM. IN charming hse, near Geddes & Hill…

…. kitch., ldrv.. phone, fax, DSL, storage. $5(X). Call 332-86(X)Thomas APPROX. 1400SQFIT HOME has been reno- vated & updated. All appl. are new & incld. hrdwood firs, valuted ceilings. corian tops, close to…

… assist with tis- sue culture, general lab maintenance, experi- ments, and/or computer graphics. Flex. hours. Will train. 763-6869. ASSISTANT TEACHER FOR PRESCHOOL. 2 or 3 afternoons, 2-6 p.m. starting in…

…-(")85 ext 1445. BARTENDERS NEEDED. No experience necessary Earn up to $3()day. Call 1-866- 291-1884 ext U183. CREATIVE BRAIDS! Micro latch conrows dreads extensions $65-155+ Sheila 483-5425. DR COMPUTER

… Symbol 52 Feel sorry about 54 Bust makers 55 Where el6ves congregate 57 Antenna type 58 Hudscar subject 60 2002 skating bronze medalist 61 Bush battler 62 Eye-catching Apple 63 Rap on the head 65 Afore…

September 06, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 142) • Page Image 10

… & small frames. $20-$50. Good condition. 475-3238. CARPET REMNANTS - Stainmaster, plush. Free delivery. 998-1459. COMPUTER: APPLE IIC, with monitor and Imagewriter printer. All software incl. Appleworks for…

…. & Small Appl. Ctr. 761-3677. Bring in this ad for an extra 10% off! ATOMOTIV E CAMARO '82- sharp. P.S., p.b., A/C, cruiese, tilt, cass. rel. 6o mi. CA Car-no rust. Runs great. $2900. 763-2028. CHEVETIE '83…

… 996-1500 0Tat Pearst y 1100 South University H IE LP WANT ED ACADEMIC PUBLISHER NEEDS OCR OPERATOR and proofreader. Part-time, ex- ceptional computer skills a must. Call 677- 3810. ACHIEVE JUSTICE…

…. Flintstone 25 Allen or Martin 26 Spiral 27 Common contraction 28 A.k.a. 29 Mother-of-pearl 30 Veep Barkley 40 41 46 48 50 Commerce Nourishing Withdraw Part of RSVP Lucy's friend 58 Computer fodder * 59…

September 06, 2007 (vol. 118, iss. 3) • Page Image 8

… shares were led down by Apple, which cut the price of its new iPhone by $200 and stopped selling a lower-end version of the device just two months after introducing it. Shares of Apple fell 5.2 percent and…

… yesterday, police officers raided 41 houses and apartments across Ger- many, seizing computers and other evidence. But some politicians warned that the danger remained high. "The arrests yesterday are just…

… stricter anti-terror- ism measures. He said he would like the police to be able to conduct surreptitious searches of comput- ers belonging to people suspected of being terrorists. In the past, some critics…

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