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January 07, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 69) • Page Image 9

…. Questions about eligibility may be directed to Photo and Campus Services, 542 LS&A Building; (313) 764-9216. Sponsored by the Information Technology Division of The University of Michigan and Apple Computer

…, Inc., in cooperation with ComputerLand of Ann Arbor, Inacomp Computer Center-Ann Arbor, and the Learning Center, Ltd. i198AppleCopte IcApeadt ppeogo ste a oApp …

…The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, January 7, 1987 - Page 9 The MacTruck is Coming... ComputerWeeken Get in on the BEST opportunity ever to get your own: MacintoshM Plus computer with Macintosh Plus…

computer with an 800K external disk drive and a 20M SCSI hard disk drive, Microsoft Word....$1,420.00 (cable and terminator included) ________________________ and Microsoft Word...$2,120.00 An Image…

… and an order form. For more information on the sale and the machines, pick up a supplementary information packet at: *Any computing Center public facility, such as UNYN, NUBS or the Undergraduate…

January 13, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 73) • Page Image 4

… their own Macintoshes because it will not provide enough Apple computers to meet the growing demand. In the University's slick promotional materials for the Computer Weekend sale, the University…

… prices are lower. Like other electronic products, prices of computers fall as improved products are introduced and competition increases. There is nascent competition in Apple's segment of the of the…

computer market. More importantly, Apple has recently announced a new, improved computers code-named the "Alladin" and "Paris." One suspects that Apple is unloading a large inventory of Macs before they are…

… superceded by the Alladin and Paris. The University itself may be delaying purchasing Macintoshes in anticipation of those new Apple computers. The University also falsely claims that the Macintosh's printer…

…. Since there are currently less than 250 public Macintoshes in the University and since the University does not plan to meet student demand for Apples in the near future, students are encouraged to buy…

… their own. This is so even though all students Eric Schnaufer is a University law student pay at least $100 per term "computer fee," which was purported to be for the expansion of public microcomputer…

January 30, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 86) • Page Image 13

… NOT BE GUARANTEED. Sponsored by the Information Technology Division of The University of Michigan and Apple®Computer, Inc., in cooperation with ComputerLand of Ann Arbor, Inacomp Computer Center…

…-Ann Arbor, and the Learning Center, Ltd. The MacTruck is Coining... 1 ~1985 Apple Computer Inc. Apple and the Apple logo are registered trademarks of Apple Computer Inc. Macintosh and ImageWriter are…

… trademarks licensed to Apple Computer Inc. I 'Ii .PAGr2 , KbWEEKEND/'JANUARY 0, 1987 Plus: Keith Jarrett Interviews: Judd Nelson and Peter Ca …

… With Your Homework Get in on the BEST opportunity ever to get your own: *Macintosn "Plus computer *800K external or SCSI hard drive *ImageWritef mII printer Advance orders now being taken. For more…

… information pick up a supplementary information packet at: *Any Computing Center public facility, such as UNYN, NUBS or the Undergraduate Library; * The Microcomputer Education Center, School of Education…

January 20, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 78) • Page Image 1

… University's "Computer Weekend" already appears to be a success despite short notice of the sale and recent publicity about a new line of Apple computers, ac - cording to a University official. As of Friday, 1…

…. MEANWHILE, Apple is developing a new computer line, code-named "Paris," that promises to be more powerful than the Macintosh Plus. Carnegie-Mellon University has a pre-release version of the Paris, and The…

…,170 computers had already been ordered through the University sale, said Gregory Marks, University deputy vice pro - vost for information technology. "We had to exceed (1,000 computers) to say that the sale was a…

… success. It is very conservative to say that we will sell 1,500 com - puters by. this coming Friday," Marks said. Friday is the deadline for orders without a late fee and guaranteed delivery of a computer

… Daily has obtained detailed information on the computer's fea - tures from an editor of the Carnegie-Mellon student newspa - per, The Tartan. The newspaper re - ceived the information from a pre- release…

… specifications sheet that Apple sends to its dealers; an lie informed source, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, has con - firmed this information. According to The Tartan and the source, the Paris will…

… have: - Open architecture with 12 slots that will allow users to open up the computer to insert items necessary for adding accessories; - A 68020 motorola processer. This processer is "the top of the…

… line," said Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Prof. Larry Flanigan. It is faster than current processers and can have more hooked up to it, he said. University of Chicago Computer Science…

…. The frequency of most machines is about eight megahertz, said Nancy Mahoney, a computer sales representative for See NEW, Page 3 Darrell Thompson, left, and an unidentified University student raise…

… University Athletics Director Don Canham yesterday said the University should take a chance and recruit athletes with poor academic Computer science appeal declines I BOSTON (AP) - Enrollment in computer

January 11, 2006 (vol. 116, iss. 52) • Page Image 5

… SHOWS By Forest Casey Daily Arts Writer Early yesterday morning at Apple's annual Macworld conference, photographers at the Moscone Center in San Francisco framed Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs with his…

…, this saying has announced the introduc- tion of the five generations of iPods and the iMac personal computer. Yesterday it signified a switch from IBM processors, which have provided the power for Apple

… always been Apple's sworn enemy: Its proces- sors powered the clone computers of then-rival IBM. Apple even spent money to produce and run TV advertisements demeaning Intel's mascots (which were then a…

… an iPod as well as an iBook laptop. As for the new line of laptops, PC user Merati said she might consider purchasing an Apple computer in the future now that they include Intel processors. "Everyone…

… that I know that has an Apple lap- top has been very, very satisfied. I think I would probably look into them if-I wanted to buy a new computer." - Caitlin Cowan contributed to this report. Up…

…Wednesday January 11, 2006 arts.michigandaily. com artspage@michigandaily. com RTmg S 5 . ...... ... APPLE TOa: APPLE m Waiting for the sun APPLE SHOWCASES NEW PARTNERSHIP WITH INTEL, ITUNES TV…

… iconic catch- phrase: "One more thing .. This is Jobs's 13th year as CEO of Apple, a com- pany he has built and rebuilt. His catchphrase is something of a tradition among the Apple faithful. In the past…

…'s professional-grade PowerBooks and PowerMacs for more than 10 years, to proces- sors from IBM rival Intel. This shift may not seem like much, but to Apple loyalists, it is akin to an outright betrayal. Intel has…

… herd of brightly colored rab- bits), showing the bunnies being "toasted" by the much speedier Mac processor. Not surprisingly, that advertisement has since been pulled from Apple's website. When Jobs…

… took the stage last year and made the announcement that Apple had been design- ing their products to make a quick and easy switch to Intel processors, the usually enthralled Macworld audience began to…

January 23, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 81) • Page Image 12

… Technology Division of The University of Michigan and Apple*Computer, Inc., in cooperation with ComputerLand of Ann Arbor, Inacomp Computer Center-Ann Arbor, and the Learning Cent s U 019K Apple Computer Inc…

…. Apple and the Apple logo are registered trademarks of Apple - Computer Inc. Macintosh and ImageWriter are trademarks licensed to Apple Computer Inc. The MacTruck is PAGE 2 WEEKEND/JANUARY 23, 1987…

…. Let a 2-Year Old Help You With Your Home Get in on the BEST opportunity ever to get your own: *Macintoshi"Plus computer *800K external or SCSI hard drive *ImageWriterII printer -A' .Advance orders now…

… being taken. For more inform, supplementary information packet at: - *Any Computing Center public facility, such as UN' Undergraduate Library; - The Microcomputer Education Center, School of E *Photo and…

January 21, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 63) • Page Image 13

… Great Apple Campus Deal Introducing The Great Apple Campus Deal. Right now, buy any select Macintosh or PowerBook" computer, and you'll also get seven useful software programs. It's all included in one…

… low price. (The software alone has a combined SRP of $596.*) And, the new Apple Computer Loan offers low monthly payments that make the deal even better. Apply byJanuary 28,1994, and your first payment…

… is deferred for 90 days. All you have to do is qualify. So, what are you waiting for? An Apple&computer. It does more. It costs less. It's that simple. Macintosb LC 475 4/80, Apple Color Plus 14…

… ;^r.; =!^.;,> :y?,:: Macintosb Quadra® 660Av81230, witb internal AppkleC 3001 CD-ROM drive, AppleAudio Vision' 14" Display, Apple Exended Keyboard 1and mouse. Only $3,038" . , :. Introducing The…

…"Display, Apple Keyboard 11 and mouse. Only $1,294.* A .f Apple PowerBook 145B 4/80. Only $1,302.* An easy application process. And you could qualify for low monthly payments on a Macintosh or Power…

January 16, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 76) • Page Image 10

… FRIDAY, JANUARY 16 WILL INCUR A $50.00 LATE FEE AND AVAILABILITY OF MACHINES WILL NOT BE GUARANTEED. Sponsored by the Information Technology Division of The University of Michigan and Apple® Computer, Inc…

…., in cooperation with ComputerLand of Ann Arbor, Inacomp Computer Center-Ann Arbor, and the Learning Center, Ltd. 198 Apple Co puter Inc. Apple ad the Apple logo are registered trademarks ofeApple

… information on the sale and the machines, pick up a supplementary information packet at: *Any Computing Center public facility, such as UNYN, NUBS or the Undergraduate Library; *The Microcomputer Education…

January 07, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 69) • Page Image 1

… full- time permanent workers, an increase in rent at the North Campus location this year, computerization of the textbook system,, and a change in the management structure which created new middle…

Computers go on sale By STEVE BLONDER The University and Apple Computers will hold a "Computer Weekend" next month, selling Apple Macintosh personal computers at 52 percent off the retail price. In the…

… meantime, Apple will unveil a new computer line later this month, according to an Apple employee, but the company will not reveal the type of computer beforehand. Students, faculty, and staff must place…

… their orders by Jan. 16. The University is offering four computer packages that range from $1,420 to $2,550. DESPITE THE low prices See APPLE, Page 2 Daily photo by SCOTT LITUCHY Michigan runningbacks…

January 14, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 74) • Page Image 1

…Ninety-seven years of editoria/freedom VOLUME XCVII - NO. 74 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN - WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14,1987 COPYRIGHT 1987, THE MICHIGAN DAILY New By STEVE BLONDER Apple Computers is expected to…

… announce a new line of Macintosh computers next week and another line next month, but Apple officials say their upcoming Macintosh sale at the University is not an attempt to dump their inventory. Apple

… Macintosh Plus. The larger screen will allow people to view an entire page at once, cutting down the time it takes to read a file and providing more space for graphics, according to Chuck Nicholas, a computer

… users have had with the Macintosh Plus, he said. Processors do the actual computing operations in a computer. With the new computers' faster processors, "you won't have to waste time waiting for a file to…

… be printed out and you can do more than one thing at a time," said Nicholas. IBM compatibility would give Macintosh users access to software developed for IBM computers. Phoenix Software Associates of…

… Norwood, Mass. has reportedly developed the technology to link Macintoshes and IBM compatible computers, but company officials were unavailable for comment. For most students, however, the Macintosh Plus…

… will remain adequate. "I think that the main use of computers on campus is word processing, and other kinds of editing. For that task, a Mac Plus does all that one wants and even more," said LSA junior…

… Nick Rose, an, independent software developer for Apple. NICHOLAS, though, said the Macintosh Plus may become obsolete in a couple of years. "Once See APPLE, Page 5 Panel city h de t hears ousing…

January 24, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 64) • Page Image 12

… those who do not enjoy a -~ Ile IIenre'# WHAT'S NEWS IN ENTERTAINMENT Courtesy of Apple Computers IPOD: Coming to a pocket near you. > ''v . x F ::f >F > : Y' .kr. fn% hYVs :4 x: f % tilt" :3?'+.. G J…

… 4 4B - The Michigan Daily - Weekend, etc. Magazine -Thursday, January 24, 2002 I The Michigan Daily - Weekend, etc. Magazine- Apple delivers attractive, easy to use digital music player E3…

… well designed. Usually you just want to tear it off in search of the prize inside. Not so with the iPod, Apple's digital music player. Even the packaging is elegant; it comes in a tiny cube shaped box…

… quickly through your songs. This is a necessity because the iPod comes equipped with a volumi- nous 5-gigabyte hard drive. Apple's marketing catch phrase of "1,000 songs in your pocket" is actually an…

… understatement (for once). The iPod could probably hold about 1,200. It gets easier. After connecting the iPod to your Mac, iTunes (Apple's I a I I I I digital music jukebox) automatically opens and syncs…

… all of the songs on your computer to the MP3 player. You can have your entire music col- lection, from Air to Yo La Tengo, on you wherever you go in a package the size of a pack of cigarettes. And If…

… for an entire workday and still have time for a jog. Another cool feature is that when you sync it with your computer, it recharges. If you don't have a computer close by, it comes with a handy adapter…

… with small ears). The only problem I had was a short silence between each song. If you're the active type, you'll appreciate the skip free quality of your music. Apple has built 20 min- utes of skip…

… protection into the iPod. That's not a typo. Even if you throw it around (which I do not recom- mend) it won't skip a beat. Now to one of the hallmark fea- tures about anything by Apple: Its design. I hate…

… bright backlight and is the distinct white color Apple uses on all its products. Its back is a mirror-like stainless steel with an etched Apple logo and "iPod" under it. Right now the iPod is Mac only. A…

January 08, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 68) • Page Image 5

…987Apple Computer Inc . Apple and theApple logo are registered trademarks a0/and Mbacintotsh. linageW-ier and Thbe powcer to be yiour best are trademarks ofApple Computer Inc…

… ............................__________ .,,. r-Aw. S r. f& 'A~!. M ,m S OE:6.,VAW:;i%'CC .G>::1 A? 3. A% :?£ ~F .1 .~ Buy aprinterwithyourMacintosh and conserve paper A Macintosh" personal computer and an - ImageWriter" printer .--- will save…

January 29, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 99) • Page Image 4

… students are going to be getting Apples from the University-the kind you punch, not the'kind you munch. In a deal with Apple Computers Inc., Univer- sity students and staff will be able to purchase…

… for that first computer. break. Sure, Apple will be able to tap a huge market and the University will ease pressure on its overtaxed terminal facilities, but what's wrong with everyone being a winner…

computers will. be sold by the University: the brand new Macintosh, the Lisa, the Apple Hie, and the Apple III. The juiciest deals will be available on the Macin- tosh and the Lisa. The Macintosh retails for…

… teaming upto provide technical and educational training. Apple and the University have been getting along very well lately-the College of Engineering picked up 800 computers from Steve Job's company last…

… is selling Apple Computers at discount prices. _4 Edited and managed by students at The University of Michigan UTOPIA Vol. XCIV-No. 99 420 Maynard St. Ann Arbor, MI 48109 Editorials represent…

…OPINION Page 4 Sunday; January 29, 1984 The Michigan Daily I The 'U, tries a hard sell for software T RADITIONS TOPPLE. It used to be that the students gave the teacher an apple, but now…

…. Officials are unsure at present of how much the computers will cost and how long it will take the company to deliver. It is expected, though, that a price list will be available in a few days. Four different…

… $2,495 and will be sold for roughly half that. The Lisa which retails for between $3,500 and $5,500 will be discounted by 40 percent. Greg Marks, a University computer systems manager and chief…

… organizer of the program, explained that "the rationale is to help the Macintosh and the Lisa. Apple is not nearly as interested in selling the HIe to colleges. They consider it a high school machine…

…. Unfortunately it will be pretty difficult to pass the savings along to friends and family members since customers are limited to one computer each. On the other hand, an enter- prising few might try scalping them…

January 19, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 44) • Page Image 5

… higher score. great scores... great skills... Kaplan has the most complete arsenal of test prep tools available. From videos to software to virtual reality practice tests with computerized analysis to…

… easier for you to buy a Macintosh;we're making it easier for you to buy something else you really need-time. Because for a limited time, with the Apple Computer Loan and 90-Day Deferred Payment Plan, you…

… student pricing, and the easy-to-use Macintosh is now incredibly easy to buy. The Apple Computer Loan and 90-Day Deferred Payment Plan. The solution that gives you the nower every student needs. The power…

… where the money is spent, he said. All the colleges have an an- nual fund used to benefit students. In the past, money raised by Telefund has bought new lab equip- ment and computer software. It also…

… Unity Project. At University Towers, we've got room just for you... - N . ...or the whole team Exercise Room " Study Lounge " TV Lounge " Computer Room " Laundry Facilities 24 hour Attended Lobby " Game…

…. 761-2680 j Only $1,413. Or about $25. a month.t MacintoshPerforma' 6364/250, Apple" Color Plus 14" Display, AppleDesign" Keyboard and mouse. only $2,588. Or about $49. a month.t Macintosf…

… Performa' 6115 8/350 with CD-ROM Multiple Scan 15 Display AppkDesign Keyboard and mouse. BUY AN APPLE MACINTOSH NOW. PAY FOR IT LATER: only $3,365. Or about $62. a month. t We're not just making it…

January 14, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 74) • Page Image 5

… program is Friday. "It's now or never to sell their Mac Pluses. In a month, it will be all over. Apple is selling computers cheaply to students all over the World," said Rose. BUT Apple Public Relations…

… for its use right now." The buildings named for demolition under the proposal include the main "y-winged" building, the surgery wing, the Apple to, announce new line, experts say (Continued from Page 1…

…) new computers are developed, software is designed for the new systems, and is usually not compatible with the older models. Even if the program could run on the older model, it would not be very…

… efficient," he said. Nicholas also suggested that Apple might not want to maintain two production lines and is therefore offering Macintosh Pluses at low costs in order to clear out their stock. Apple is…

… cooperating with the University to provide Macintosh Pluses to students, faculty, and staff at significantly reduced prices in the Computer Weekend in February. The deadline for buying a computer through the…

January 11, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 51) • Page Image 2

… communications slot for Ethernet or modem and it's PowerPC upgradeable. Great for people who need an all-around computer. EldfltoIh PerfoI ~ I Performa 6214/CD with 15" Apple Color Monitor. 8 MB RAM, 1 GB Hard…

…, and sample media kit. Personal LaserWriter 300 Quality laser printer. Prints 4 pages per minute. $510 when you purchase any Apple computer! e. .4 kN All computers come with ClarlsWorks and RAM Doublerl…

… riter 2400 Apple computer! .3 pages per minute in color. rint: interface cable, ink cartridges, SThe Mihian Dily (IS N 74-967~) Is Publshned Monday tnrougn Friday during thfl aenctwinter termsby students…

…- The Michigan Daily - Thursday, January 11, 1996 r Performa 636/CD with 15" Apple Color Monitor. 8 MB RAM, 500 MB Hard Drive Save an extra $150 if you purchase any Apple printer with the 636! $1…

…,282 AppleLoan $24/month*, a One of Apple's most affordable and flexible multimedia systems. Comes with a dual-speed CD-ROM player and lots of useful education and personal productivity software. There's a…

… Drive $1, 730 AppleLoan $33/month* The Performa 6214 includes all the advanced multimedia features of the 636 but with a PowerPC 603 processor, 1 gigabyte hard drive and quad-speed CD. Power Macintosh…

… 7200/75 with 15" Apple Color Monitor. 8 MB RAM, 500 MB Hard Drive $1,885 AppleLoan $36lmonth* Power features of the 7200 include the PowerPC 601 processor, built-in 10BaseT Ethernet, graphics accelerator…

…, 240 MB Hard Drive $1, 77 AppleLoan $34/month* A handy portable at a very affordable price. PowerPC upgradable. Available while supplies last. Mitterrand fans bid farewell to dead leader at rally PARIS…

… along with the still-rising number of dead. - from Daily wire services PowerBooK 5300/100 8 MB RAM, 500 MB Hard Drive $2,010v AppleLoan $38/montb* Latest PowerPC-based notebook with such new features as…

January 16, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 76) • Page Image 4

…'ve usec them both. It's too bad the University can't get us al computers at $100 a crack, but it seems to me that they ak Apple are trying harder to get a computer into the students hands than IBM or the…

… respond to Eric Schnaufer's commentary (U 'hucksters' mislead students, Daily 1/13/87) regarding the "...soon to be obsolete Apple Macintosh." The U of M students who decide against purchasing a Mac…

… (through the University or any other source) because of Mr. Schnaufer's article are the ones who have been seriously misled. I'm a student here. I don't work for the University or the Computer Center, and no…

…, I don't own a Mac. In fact, I own an IBM-compatible computer, purchased with my hard-earned money, and I am very happy with it. However, I also use the Macs at Computing Center workstations, and enjoy…

… work - ing on them, when I can get at one. Students should be aware that the price the University is charging for Macs as part of this Truckload Sale is far below the current price charged at Apple

… Dealers, and is the lowest that students will find anywhere. Sure, we could all hold out for those wonderful new "Alladin" and "Paris" models, but has Mr. Schnaufer arranged with Apple a lower price for all…

… of us "less privileged" students? The retail price for those shiny new models will no doubt be far above the sale price available now on the Mac, and I don't think many in the computer world would…

… to read a manual and become proficient in IBM-PC operations. Some of us have homework to do. I'm not saying that the University is running its computer operations flaw - lessly, and I agree that they…

… shouldn't be holding off on buying Macs to wait for newer models. So should we be holding off too? A Mac at a. cut-rate price is better than nothing, and it's still the easier computer to use, and I…

January 07, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 69) • Page Image 2

… prostate. Presidential physician John Hutton, a lieutenant colonel in the Army, said the president would be double-checked for the possible recurrence of cancer by means of a computerized, three…

… dealers can buy from the company. According to Gregory Marks, deputy vice provost for information technology, a such large computer drop has not been before by Apple or the University. "This program should…

… well after all of the hard feelings between the University and the computer dealers." Despite a refusal by Apple officials to comment about the new types of computers that will become available in…

…, (Continued from Page 1) offered by the University, local merchants do not feel the computer sale will affect their businesses, and some say it will enhance business through repair revenue and software sales. A…

… University Computer System Consultant who asked not to be identified added, "Computer Weekend should not impact local merchants' computer, sales. Very The Cellar is now negotiating with Nebraska Books, owner…

…'s Sales Manager Marvin Davis said, "If people are going to buy Macs, they are going to buy them anyway. We don't sell Apple products and therefore don't expect to be affected." CYNTHIA EVERY, General…

… four or five years. 20% off computers while students benefit from the computer sale, computer dealers may be undercut. She explained that students can buy computers from the University cheaper than the…

… large computer distribution," he said. Nancy Reding, president of the Learning Center LTD, one of the three retail stores participating in the sale, added that "this program is a good way to say all is…

… February or March, Marks said that "Apple is not selling these machines (to the University) because they are going out of production." ' You can SEE the difference in MCAT Preparation Our MCAT Skills…

January 25, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 95) • Page Image 1

… Under a deal with Apple Computers He als Inc., the sales of four types of Apple systems c computers, including the Macintosh "We jus model unveiled in New York yesterday, going. tos may begin by early…

… prices, afraid they will invite competitors able to offer bargains because their parts and labor are cheap compared to that purchased with the strong dollar. 'U' to sell computers to students, By…

…. purchase 800 computers from the com- The Ma pany for substantially reduced prices. price of$ University officials are hoping close percent d ties with the company will make it which re easier for students…

… and professors to $5,500, de purchase and use computers, while Ap- discounte ple is using the deals to. tap a large The Ap student market. close to th Although the University is hoping to "THEl begin…

… taking orders for the computers Macintosh by next week, officials are unsure of ple is notz how much the computers will cost and the HIe to how long the company will take to high scho deliver. Marks GREG…

… MARKS, a University com-S staff ystems manager and chief of the program, said the rg for the computers arrived y and the University will an- he prices next week. o said that delivery of the could take…

… some time. st don't know how fast Apple is ship," Marks said. "We still ave any models to even te with." NIVERSITY will sell four dif- mputers: the Macintosh, the Apple Ile, and the Apple III. acintosh…

January 25, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 95) • Page Image 2

… the importance of establishing import quotas on shoes made abroad in a Washington news conference yesterday. Apple, 'U' make deal; computer sales blossom (Continued from Page 1) By GEOFF JOHNSON Circe…

… to use the computers. The center also will be available to train students who purchase computers from somewhere other than the University, Marks said. Most students reacted positively to the Apple deal…

… the computer retail business, thus competing with local merchants for a large segment of Ann Arbor's high-tech market," Lochner said. "We support Apple products being used internally, but question the…

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… throughout the U.S. and Canada. ROLM's breadth and diversity are apparent in its expanding divisions: TELECOMMUNICATIONS designs and manufactures digital computer-controlled business communication systems for…

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… sharing and stock pur- chase plan. 3-month paid sabbatical after 6 continuous years of employ- ment. Active housing program for all new hires. will only be allowed to purchase one computer each, and will…

Computer Center and the School of Education are teaming up to provide technical and educational training to buyers. The two units will form a Microcom- puter Education Center to show studen- ts and staff how…

… long." Paula Johnson, another sophomore computer science major, said the plan 'sounds like a good idea." Local computer dealers who sell Ap- ple computers were considerably less enthused. Anita Lochner…

January 20, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 78) • Page Image 3

… faster than the Macintosh Plus. THE DATE when Apple will formally announce the Paris line of computers is still uncertain, al - though it is expected to come in early March. Marks said, however, that the…

Apple Computers to sell the computer packages for low prices. Information packets about the sale did not reach some people until the middle of last week because of delays at the printer and in the Uni…

…- versity mail. Marks explained that Computer Weekend cannot be pushed back because the University wants to get the machines to the students as soon as possible, and because Apple wants to talk about the re…

… 'Paris computer stronger than Mac Plus Campus Cinema Super 8mm Films of Lenny Lipton, Eyemediae, 8 p.m., 214 N. Fourth. Two1975 films from one of the first filmmakers to make use of the Super-8 sound…

January 07, 2009 (vol. 119, iss. 68) • Page Image 7

… energy in the resi- dence halls, residential computing sites are completely shut down, and the dining services staff were instructed to turn off unnecessary lights and equipment. University Housing…

… Central Services, said computers at ITCS campus com- puting sites were on low-energy consumption sleep mode during FRATERNITY P From Page 1A discovered. He said the repair costs, which are being covered by…

… insurance, haven't been deter- mined. Despite the inconvenience the break. "IT administrators in schools, colleges and departments advise faculty and staff to turn off as much computing equipment, including…

… Setback this year. "Our Energy Command Cen- ter has computer access to adjust the settings for about 3,000 ther- mostats in 75 buildings campus- wide," Roland said in an e-mail interview. "Beginning at noon…

… out books yesterday for LSA sophomore Tricia Shine in preparation for the upcoming semester, which starts today. Apple alters song prices Tech company to use three-tier system for song purchases SAN…

… FRANCISCO (AP) - Apple Inc. is cutting the price of some songs in its market-leading iTunes online store to as little as 69 cents and plans to make every track avail- able without copy protection. In Apple

…'s final appearance at the Macworld trade show, Apple's top marketing executive, Philip Schiller, said yesterday that iTunes song prices will come in three tiers: 69 cents, 99 cents and $1.29. Record…

… companies will choose the prices, which marks a significant change, since Apple previously made all songs sell for 99 cents. Apple gave the record labels that flexibility on pricing as it got them to agree to…

… sell all songs free of"dig- ital rights management," or DRM, technology that limits people's abil- ity to copy songs or move them to multiple computers. Applehad been offering a limited selection of…

…Tunes changes marked the highlights of Schiller's run as a stand-in for CEO Steve Jobs, who used to make Macworld the site for some of Apple's biggest prod- uct unveilings, such as the iPhone. Apple said last…

January 23, 2007 (vol. 117, iss. 81) • Page Image 5

… a computer in the hands onto the screen: of everyday people," Steve "On January24th, r Jobs told Time Magazine, Apple Computer will "and we succeeded beyond introduce the Macin- our wildest dreams…

… representing followers, that isn't changing any- individualistic expression is too time soon. From computers and rich to ignore. Hidden beneath music players, to webcams and cell layers of artful advertisingApple

… beautiful box it is. separate digital world locked away Yesterday marked the 23rd anni- in my HP desktop, Macs make versary of Apple's famous launch sense to me. Over the past two commercial, where a sea of…

… futuris- decades, Apple has evolved from a tic drones stare blankly at a screen technological minority group into a of Big Brother's face professing cultural phenomenon. his apocalyptic manifesto. That is…

… Don't argue. We've become an until a sexed up woman iPod nation, and Apple isn't hurls a sledgehammer going to let you forget it. through the air and the "We started out to get corporate slogan scrolls…

… phones, Apple has become the Stan- pressures its pliable audience into dard oil of the new millennium. believing that technological inno- They're almost as bad as Comcast, vation is paramount. Remember who…

… Television is one of the few forms and Ghandi among them - became of media that Apple hasn't nabbed more than just profitable endorse- from Sony or Samsung, but iTunes ments, they were Information-Age happily…

… fills in the gap with current icons. I can vividly recall the maga- shows on sale for download. zine tear sheets taped to my sister's Jobs, Apple co-founder and CEO, bedroom wall for inspiration. once…

… said he "wants to put a ding in And really, who's going to say no the universe." Jobs has been fired to Ghandi? once and charged with multiple Apple might appear innocent, lawsuits, but thathasn…

…"-style. simple boundaries for us to follow: But Apple's runaway success There are Mac users, and then hasn't left much damage in its there's everyone else, stuffed into a wake, save our delicate egos that junk…

January 25, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 65) • Page Image 3

… to every desktop computer equipped with an Apple Talk connection. MICHELLE GUY/Daiy LSA first-year student Dan Cooper prepares to enjoy the new computers at East Quadrangle computing center. The…

…The Michigan Daily - Monday, January 25, 1993 - Page 3 ResComp replaces. outdated computers by James Cho Rose Bowl serves as locale to woo possible students by Catherine Stellin cost several…

… thousand dollars. More than 7,000 University stu- dents returned from winter break to find the doors to their residence hall computer centers (ResComp) locked. The doors were closed because outdated…

computers were being re- placed with newer models from the Information Technology Division (ITD), said Mary Simoni, a com- puter systems supervisor for ITD and the ResComp program. Eight ResComp centers…

… - East Quad, Martha Cook, South Quad, West Quad/Cambridge, Alice Lloyd, Mary Markley, Stockwell, Bursley - received new computers with hard drives to replace computers which require start-up disks. Mosher…

…-Jordan will be the next to receive new computers. ITD donated a total of 83 Macintosh Ilsis and 43 Macintosh SEs to ResComp, said Todd Hollmann, a ResComp administrator. ResComp plans to make further…

… resources," Simoni said. The site will include a library, computers and academic advising programs. Simoni added the new system will deliver articles, video, audio and graphics directly to the computer screen…

…. That gave me a really good feeling." However, Betsey Barbour/Helen Newberry, Couzens, Fletcher, Oxford, Baits I, Baits II, and Family Housing will not receive new computers due to the limited number…

… access of computers to students and to increase the number of computers on campus," Simoni said. "Because there is no computer literacy course on campus, the University believes students will learn at the…

… ResComp centers," she said. Students who were able to take advantage of the new computers were pleased with the improvements. "The (Macintosh) IIsis are so much better and faster with color monitors…

January 15, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 75) • Page Image 1

… and University. Marks also said speculation that Apple was releasing a new line of more powerful computers following the sale has caused many people to rethink their decision. The deadline was extended…

computer deadline By DAVID WEBSTER The deadline for ordering a Macintosh Plus computer in the University's special compute sale has been extended one week due to several unforeseen problems. The postponing…

… current sale offers computers and a variety of options at 52 percent off their normal cost. Computers will be available in packages ranging in cost from $1,420 to $2,550. Greg Marks, deputy vice provost of…

… to allow people more time to reconsider buying a computer. See COMPUTERS, Page 2 INS IDE 'U' proposes a stronger language requirement; Opinion proposes abolishing it. OPINION, PAGE 4 Arts predicts a…

… groups to serve on the caucus. Duderstadt ... initiates-new plan Computer age enters U' social scene Darlys Topp takes over as the new new director of the Disabled Student Services Program. See Page 3…

… who want to discuss topics ranging from music or health issues to soft drink preference no longer have to search kiosks and bulletin boards to find their interest group. Now they can use computers

…. Computer conferencing is be- coming a popular method for students to send and receive messages or lodge complaints, according to LSA sophomore Todd Bakal, an organizer for one of the several conferences…

… networks by presenting their student ID's at all computing centers on campus. Bakal said the SCP program is Not all issues, however, are the topic of light discussion. Bakal said students often argue over…

… pro- 'It's almost like a cocktail party. You just throw something in the air and you've got a hundred people commentmng on what you've just said.' -Todd Bakal, organizer of computer conferencing…

… occasionally the communication can be immediate: "If you get on a computer line at the same time as someone else, you can send messages back and forth to each other. You can talk. That has happened to me a…

January 23, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 63) • Page Image 1

… - (everything) that this University and this program are about," said Michael Brooks, the director of Hillel, which also spon- sors the award, along with Apple Computers Inc. and various Universi- ty…

… da y gV( By Michael Gazdecki Daily Staff Reporter apple a Soloway n award Engaging his pupils in discussion about class material has been a key to Engineering Prof. Elliot Soloway's success as a…

… professor. Students pre- sented him with the 2002 Golden Apple Award for his unique teaching style yesterday evening in the Mendelssohn Theatre. "I teach differently than you're supposed to and getting this…

… Students Honoring Outstanding University Teaching, the Golden Apple award is given by students to their choice for the best professor at the University. "It is a celebration of everything .we believe in…

… organizations. The honor is bestowed on those faculty members that uphold the Golden Apple tradition, which requires that the selected professor has given every lecture as though it was their grand finale…

…. Winners are See GOLDEN APPLE, Page 7 LAURIE BRESCOLL/Daily Engineering Prof. Elliot Soloway, recipient of the 2002 Golden Apple award, gives his acceptance speech at the Mendelssohn Theatre last night…

January 21, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 63) • Page Image 1

… honors one University faculty member for teaching excellence with the Golden Apple Award. The recipient of the award, which is sponsored by Hillel and Apple Computers, then delivers a campuswide lecture…

…'s ludi- crous." Rep. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) made a point of spending an extended period of time with the press after the presentation. See PRESS, Page 7A Statistics prof. wins Golden Apple award…

…, reading the letter aloud to the class. "It is with great pleasure that SHOUT, Students Honoring Outstanding University Teaching, selects you as the 1999 recipi- ent of the Golden Apple Award." As the impact…

…. The Golden Apple Award recognizes University faculty "who go above and beyond the call of duty," said SHOUT adviser Sarah Musher of Hillel. See GUNDERSON, Page 5A DHANI JONES/Daily Statistics Prof…

…. Brenda Gunderson looks at the apple at the end of her teaching pointer er office in Mason Hall yesterday. Students Honoring Outstanding University WachIng selected Gunderson as this year's Golden Apple

January 23, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 61) • Page Image 3

… freedom and it's worth fighting for," Kilbourne said. Apple to recall A2, 'Roommates' By RACHEL LAWSON For the Daily When University graduate student Max Apple invited a woman that he met at an anti…

… challenges Max Apple wrote about in his autobiographical novel, "Roommates: My Grandfather's Story." "Max Apple is arguably one of the best short story writers we have in this country and one of the few who…

January 09, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 44) • Page Image 15

…-time. Because for a limited time, with the Apple Computer Loan and 90-Day Deferred Payment Plan, you can own a Macintosh personal computer, printer, CD-ROM drive or other periph- erals without making asingle…

… payment for 90 days.Combine that with no hassles, no complicated forms and already great student pricing, and the easy-to-use Macintosh is now incredibly easy to buy. The Apple Computer Loan and 90-Day…

… Wouda does that, he finally may be able to truly rest. t. Only $1,413. Or about $25. a month.t 6364/250, Apply' Color Plus 14" Display, AppleDesign" Keyboard and mouse. Only $2,588. Or about…

… $49. a month.t BUY AN APPLE MACINTOSH NOW. PAY FOR IT LATER: We're not just making it easier for you to buy a Macintosh,'we're making it easier for you to buy something else you really need…

January 17, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 60) • Page Image 13

… as the game itself. i I I Courtesy of Apple Computers The new design of Apple's iMac is sure to be a big hit with girls on campus. "Oh iMac, you're so cute!" 'March Madness 2002' brings sadness to…

computer with form. The simple problem of balanc the computer itself must have b daunting. Even its accessories are desig well. On the all models, an all wl Apple Pro Mouse and Keyboard -included. The Apple

… through senior), it is still too easy to beat the computer. Long range 3-pointers and alley-oops, which for some reason EA advertis- es as a perk of the game in the game's packaging, are accomplished with…

… films. The original iMac was introduced three years ago and many have said that its design is outdated. It took Apple two years to design the new iMac and their attention to detail shows. Its design was…

… purportedly influenced by the outward appearance of the sunflower. It exudes an elegance that very few consumer electronics capture. Its design, to put it mildly, is unique. All of the guts of the computer are…

January 18, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 74) • Page Image 5

… the School of Education, won the InterUniversity Consortium for Ed- ucational Computing (ICEC)/ Apple Fellowship last month. His program, which assigns colors and sizes to each variable of a complex…

…, and an all-expense paid trip to Apple Computer in Cupertino, Calif. in August, to present his completed program to ICEC and Apple representatives. With the extra money, Barritt says he'll "live and eat…

… Program, explains the procedure for artificial heart im- plant. Deeb is co-leader of the 20-member team responsible for artificial heart surgery at the University. Student wins fellowship from Apple

Computer Designs program using colors for decision-making By STEVEN TUCH A University doctoral student may have found a way to make com- plicated decisions easier. Matthew Barritt, a doctoral student in…

… decision, is intended to help its users make sound choices. The program color codes each Barritt. "It utilizes their ability to interpret color." ICEC and Apple chose 28 universities to design and develop a…

… system or application software using Apple technology, ICEC/Apple research areas like user-interface and graphics, and adopting project results for teaching and research. The idea for the program was first…

… variables, it allows people to get a grasp in an intuitive way," added Barritt. "We can make a much more robust tool out of it with the Macintosh than the Apple HIe." For his work, Barritt will receive $2500…

January 15, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 75) • Page Image 2

… seminar about the advent of a new line of computers that would outdate the Macintosh Plus were unfounded. "There is no new product coming from Apple in January and the Macintosh Plus is going to be on the…

… product line for a long time," he said. Ron Lovdeless, a computer con - sultant at the Microcomputing Center, explained to an audience of more than 60 people that the sale is not an attempt by Apple to…

… three senators, all Democrats. Stallworth emerged from the secret vote saying she would work hard to build the caucus' image in the Legislature. Computers provide social outlet for 'U' students…

… (Continued from Page 1) Trek was big; there were a lot of critiques of the new movie. Monty Python was also popular." The advantage to computer conferencing is that it offers an "open forum," Rashes said. "It…

…'ve met in the last year have been through this (project)." Any student or faculty member can join the SCP, because computer fees are included in tuition bills. People interested in joining can receive a…

… Student Request Account at the Microcomputer Education Center in the School of Education. A new member is initially given an account of $20 for computer access time and is allotted $12.50 for every month…

… afterward. Limited funds pose a problem for the SCP, Bakal said. The computer system runs similarly to the phone system: the user is charged according to the length of time he spends on the system. Computers

… clean out its inventory. The Macintosh Pluses are being manufactured at the end of this month upon specific request of the University. Besides clarifying the procedures for purchasing a computer, the…

… seminar provided potential con- sumers with an overview of the Macintosh Plus' capabilities. It was also announced that pick up of new computers on Feb. 7 and 8 has been moved from the North Campus Commons…

… to the Old Main Hospital. Computers will still be available through the University after next Friday but at higher costs. Put Yourself on The Line for Michigan Work at Michigan Telefund EXTRA S…

January 30, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 85) • Page Image 8

… to the myth of the Golden Apple. Who gets the Golden Apple? The myth portrays the God- desses competing on Mount Olympus for status of "the fairest." As in the various competitions, quarrels and…

… alliances among the Goddesses of Mount Olympus, the same symbolic struggles rage within. a womans psyche. The Goddess archetype who gets the apple at any one time is in- dicative of which qualities the woman…

… threaten mankind if not monitored. Citing ordinary people's current familiarity with computers, Deken believes the threat is not far off. Computers will evolve in three steps: automation, representations (ab…

…- stract intellectualization) and autonomy. The first two steps of evolution have already been realized. Rather than viewing computers as a component of robotics, Deken sees all computers of the future as…

… necessary as computers will diagnose ailments and robots will dispense treatment. More often than not, Deken fails as a visionary although his idea of a SportStation is worth considering. Each home would be…

…'ay's computers as dinosaurs. This becomes obsolete. The absolute monotony of his imagery attempts comes to a climax with has discussion of computers: " ... we might even visualize the two shores (the physical and…

January 30, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 66) • Page Image 15

… something else you really need-time. Because for a limited time, with the Apple Computer Loan and 90-Day Deferred Payment Plan, you can erals without making a single payment for 90 days:Combine that with no…

… hassles, no complicated forms and already great student pricing, and the easy-to-use Macintosh is now incredibly easy to buy. The Apple Computer Loan and 90-Day Deferred Payment Plan. The solution that…

… weeks long except: Power Jam Aerobics and Winetasting No Classes Meet 2/18-226 For Springbreak I only $1,153. or about $21. a month.t Macintosif Peornae 475 4/160, Performd' FPlus Di~lay, Apple

…" Aiboa d fIand mors. Only $3,365. Or about $62. a month.t BUY AN APPLE MACINTOSH NOW. PAY FOR IT LATER. We're not just making it easier for you to buy a Macintosh;we're making it easier for you to buy…

January 14, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 73) • Page Image 7

… doing. What's more, you can save not only on the new Macintosh IIsi, but also on the Macintosh IIci or the maximum-performance Macintosh IIfx.Just combine any of these exceptional computers with an Apple

… needs. We offer the largest network of storage services in the US. Completely professional. INFO 996-5551. r Save now on select color Macintosh systems. Buy Apple's new Macintosh*IIsi and an Apple

…ColorTM High-Resolution RGB Monitor now through January 5,1991, and save.* The Macintosh IIsi is Apple's latest powerful, affordable system. It's built for people who want performance and need affordability. At…

… 20 megahertz, it can even do serious number crunching at an impressive speed. And like all Macintosh computers, it's easy to set up and easy to use. So you can spend less time learning and more time…

January 11, 2007 (vol. 117, iss. 74) • Page Image 10

…2B - Thursday, January 11, 2007 {the b-sidel The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com TECH NOTEBOOK Apple unveils Jesus Phone 0 By CAITLIN COWAN DailyArts Editor If you have an iPod, chances are…

… you carry it around along with your keys, wallet and cellphone. You might even have a digital camera or Palm Pilot in addition to all that. And at the Macworld 2007 key- note speech, Apple CEO Steve…

… Mangum - who's currently front- ing Apples in Stereo - and guitarist Robert Schneider, Rick Benjamin and Lisa Janssen entered a Denver recordingstudio in.1996. The result was an earthquake that jostled to…

…. $ dissected by anyor be obsessed withn iPod starting at $79 Return the sweater from Grandma, grab that extra holiday cash, and take advantage of your student discount. U-M Computer Showcase, Michigan Union 64…

…-SALES www.itd.umich.edu/sales www.apple.com/education/store 01 …

January 24, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 65) • Page Image 7

… Auditorium. 662-1906. MEDIA POWER. MICHIGAN'S only autho- rized Avid & Apple training center. Contact us @ 248-351-0101 or visit media-power.com ADVERT!SE MICHIGAN DAILY MOST IMPORTANT SKILL for law school…

computer program to grade essay tests. The futuristic technique first may be tested with a rela- med tively small group of sixth-graders, but if it succeeds, it could Ico. be ramped up statewide. Using…

computers instead of people to grade essays could - save time and money, educators say. It also could help stu- dents become better writers because computers can provide quicker feedback. But the plan faces…

… skepticism from those who say the human element should remain in essay evaluation. Educators do not doubt the computer software's ability to grade spelling and punctuation, and say it would save time for…

… teachers, who often are stuck grading essay questions after school on their own time. But they have misgivings about the computer program's - ability to evaluate content, which often is subjective and sub…

…. The state uses a computer program to grade some end- of-the-year algebra tests and English exams for high school i ' iI }}\ X1iI I ". juniors, who type in their answers on keyboards. Indiana ran a two…

…-year pilot program - with computers and trained human readers simultaneously grading essays - to test the computer program's merits. Indiana does not yet use the computer program to grade essays that measure…

… Federal No Child Left Behind Act. Even when computers are used, the essays also will be evaluated by people to determine how accurately the com- puter program scores the papers during the pilot phase. Sixth…

…-grade classrooms will be selected for the pilot soon, Hughes said. The classrooms selected will be among those in which students received their own laptop computers through a state program, so being able to type…

… their essays on a com- puter should not be a problem. Teachers must agree to attend training to use the computer software. They also must agree to assign a yet-to-be-deter- mined number of writing…

January 15, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 58) • Page Image 18

… Daily music staff picks the year's best and worst albumS Five Best Albums of 1997 1. Radiohead - "OK Computer" 2. Ben Folds Five -"Whatever and Ever Amen" 3. The Verve - "Urban Hymns" 4. Oasis - "Be Here…

… in the music business thought that "thing" was electronica, a general categorical term used to encompass pretty much every form of music creat- ed with a computer or keyboards, including ambient, drum…

…" Ted Watts 1. Faith No More - "Album of the Year" 2. KMFDM - "<Five Dingbats>" Jewel, Paula Cole and Fiona Apple joined McLachlan and her sensational "Surfacing" album in the limelight for much of 1997…

January 25, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 95) • Page Image 5

… of (the nomination) and delighted about it" in a statement released yesterday. lAnn Arbor's Authorized Dealer 1 1 Apple Computer Dealer is 1 I I Soffering you special savings on all Macintosh…

…St Phone994-1357 - t. COMPUTER RENTALS We offer a full selection of computers, printers, modems, terminals and hard drives including IBM, COMPAQ, and APPLE products. Short and long term rates available…

…Tsoftware in stock. 10% off when you buy 2 or more! S (with this ad)yI I featuring:II MICR SOFT® Basic a 1 Mulitpian and Chart j Sargon II (computer chess) Transylvania (adventure) 1 Triyia - . Dollars & Sense…

…TI LearningCenterLtd. I mark registered to computer and software specialists Appecomputerinc. 1 1 1 381 N. Maple Rd., Maple Village Shopping Center " 996-1616 Dalston ... named to federal task force PSN…

… motivated people can succeed. The risk in this approach is high, but the rewards are greater. ROLM. We create an atmosphere for success. The rest is up to you. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER SCIENCE…

… hardware, software, and customer-ori- ented skills in the areas of product support, computer-controlled business communica- tions systems, and the most advanced rugged environment computer systems in the…

January 29, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 85) • Page Image 3

… actually his last - rather, it is a ceremonial privilege bestowed annually upon the award's recipients. The Golden Apple, sponsored by the Uni- versity Hillel and Apple Computers, is given to outstanding…

… Tuesday. All items were stolen from the same individual, but no estimated value is currently known. DPS has no suspects in the incident. Computer, bags stolen from Hutchins Hall A computer valued at $2…

…,000 and a backpack were taken from Hutchins Hall Tuesday, as reported to DPS by the victim, a University student. The computer was located inside of a black bag, and the back- pack was red. Both items were…

… last lecture." Given by Golden Apple Award-winning History Prof. Matthew Lassiter, the lecture, titled "Alienation, Apathy, and Activism: American Culture and the Depoliticization of Youth' is not…

… HULSEBUS/Daily History Prof. Matthew Lassiter, the winner of the annual Golden Apple award, gave his "last" lecture yesterday, a tradition for recipients of the award. Leadership, experience key for housing…

January 24, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 62) • Page Image 3

… said that he "had gotten in- toxicated (Thursday night) and was venting some frustration." --Compiled by Daily Staff Reporter Josh White MARK FRIEDMAN/Daily University alum Max Apple spoke last night at…

… recommendations," he said. Bashur explained that the report was not a final are quite statement on the F, By RACHEL LAWSON For the Daily University alum and author Max Apple explained his passion for writ- ing…

January 10, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 51) • Page Image 8

… fun with it. Power Macintosh' 5400 120 MIH/I16MB RIM/i.6GB/8X CD-ROM 15" built-in dkuply/keyboard Now $1,754 Get $150 back with it. Check out Apple's Holiday Savings. Right now Apple Computer is it…

…, offering a $150 rebate when you purchase a Macintosh personal computer and an Appleprinter. Fact is, your timing Power Macintosh' 7200 120 MHz/16MB RAM/I.2GB/8X CD-ROM 15"diplay/keyboard Now $2,006 I vrt…

January 23, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 58) • Page Image 14

… Canon Computer Systems, Inc., a fast growing leader in the computer and printer industry, whose corporate headquarters is in Southern California, has excellent opportunities in its Midwest Sales Region…

… for motivated, articulate individuals to aggressively implement its in- store merchandise programs. The successful candidates will ensure that the company's computer and peripheral products are…

… announced Tuesday, January 23 3:30 p.m. in the Rackham Auditorium Reading by: Max Apple 0 p Chris Busey, a Memorial Children's Hospital patient. i I …

January 28, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 64) • Page Image 10

… Macintosh 8600 Drastically reduce your Power bill.. Right now you can take hundreds of dollars off the price of select Apple computers and peripherals with valuable mail-in rebates and offers. And thanks to…

… rebates on so many powerful Apple products, the more ou purchase, the more you'll save. it's all part of the Apple Add-on Take-off Rebate going on through January 31,1998. So take off to the showcase today…

… - and start adding on the savings while supplies last. U-M Computer Showcase Michigan Union Ground Level Open Weekdays 10am-5pm Phone: 64-SALES www.itd.umich.edu/sales/ tfttStyle S 1,2& 3 Bedroom r…

January 13, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 58) • Page Image 16

computer you'll not only get Apple's new, lower prices. You'll also Computer Loan, the entire package shown here costs about $3Ota get seven popular software programs included for the same low month. So, for…

…, Harrison and Steven, 1993 won't be soon forgotten. 01 Both of these cost about$30ragmonth, ut our mes wit roams you can actu ly use. The Apple" Macintosh LC 520 Cable TV 65 channels of reruns, game shows…

… and soap operas. now comes with seven incredibly useful programs. Wh~at a package. Now when you choose a qualifying Macintosh'or PowerBook a combined SRPof $596*). And,whenyou qualify for the newApple

January 10, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 54) • Page Image 10

…'ll teach you the one thing school couldn't. How to get a job at Apple. Mail or Fax us your restume by January 17 for con-sideration.I Apple Computer, Inc., College Relations, MS 9ACR, Dept. UM-CI-292, 20525…

… Mariani Ave., Cupertino, CA 95014. Or FAX it to: (408) 974-5691. Apple Computer has a corporate commitment to the principle of diversity. In that spirit, we welcome applications from all individuals. Women…

January 09, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 53) • Page Image 10

… for our closed interview schedule on February 11 & 12. We'll teach you the one thing school couldn't. How to get a job at Apple. P Professional Insights P Apple Computer, Inc., College Relations, MS…

… 9ACR, Dept. UM-CI-292, 20525 Mariani Ave., Cupertino, CA 95014. Or FAX it to: (408) 974-5691. Apple Computer has a corporate commitment to the principle of diversity. in that spirit, we welcome…

January 06, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 53) • Page Image 8

… band lately due to their over- produced, keyboard-dominated re- leases. For those who've never been fans, don't be persuaded by the mis- leading singles. It's still Rush. - Gianluca Montalti Green Apple

… Quick Step Wonderful Virus The Medicine Label As far as hard rock from Seattle Rock City goes, Green Apple-Quick Step hasjumped the bandwagon pretty late. Two years after Nirvana enabled record companies…

… MULE! An easy-to-use computer that will search out the hardest- to-find music...it's in the House! e PHllAURPHIA cUSK FROM THE MOTION PCTURE SOUNDTRA Featuring songs by Bruce Springsteen, Neil…

January 25, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 65) • Page Image 2

… presented to an outstanding University professor by Students Honoring Outstanding Teaching (SHOUT) and Apple Computers. All students are eligible to nomi- nate candidates for the award. The winning professor…

… partition Iraq. Clinton has pledged to continue the policy begun by President Bush to respond strongly to Iraqi threats to allied planes in the air exclusion zones. 'U' searches for third 'Golden Apple' by…

… Randy Lebowitz Elementary school students are not the only ones giving apples to their teachers. A coalition of University students is organizing the third annual Golden Apple Award, which will be…

… committee will evaluate the nominees and select a winner. The Golden Apple Award is sponsored by campus organizations, including the Interfraternity Council, Panhellenic Council, LSA Honors Program, School of…

…- ; ENGINEERING COMPUTER SCIENCE GEOSCIENCE APPLIED SCIENCE Individual initiative has always played a major role in Schlumberger's growth and technological leadership. Today, Schlumberger employs 53,000 people in…

January 25, 2007 (vol. 117, iss. 83) • Page Image 4

… issue. On the market side, Apple e dominating in the computer, multimedia ne media service sectors, but such develop- have come without Apple's partnership with gy-based companies. In the past, Apple had…

… to Death," Neil Postman compared two pos- Apple would n' sible futures: "George Orwell feared those who would without Toshil deprive us of information. Aldous Huxley feared those hard drives. who would…

… give us so much that we would be reduced We see ApI to passivity and egoism. Orwell feared that the truth should Apple tf would be concealed from us. Huxley feared the truth change of strat would be…

… equivalent of the feelies, the orgy porgy and the cen- Apple's rivals trifugal bumblepuppy." ucts are simply Although Postman's book was written about televi- sion, it applies just as easily to today's digital…

… devices. Daniel Shin Apple versus IBM is a minor issue. Much more impor- LSAfreshman deal with the deluge of stock prices, song :rts scores that are being IV-ed into our ve the convenience and information…

… Pod nation of pod people. nnot take all the r iPod's success Y: o Caroline Hartmann's column (An iPod ons 01/23/2007), I agree that Apple has tum in the past few years, but I have a dif- tive on the…

… the company to produce supe- that everyone wants. But we should note essful Apple products are a technological 'ious companies (some that are considered in other markets), and today's Apple prod- not…

… 100-percent Apple. MY PEILOW AMEICANS, ILL PUT THEM INVNC/9LSE MY NEW PLAN TO WIN T HE I MOPE, IVE T HCEM WAP IN PAQ IS TO SENO I UNLIMIT EO AMMUNITION, MOPE TPOOPS. ANO THEN L L- WHAT 010 YOU SAY…

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