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February 12, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 110) • Page Image 5

… or Kiosk notice the numbers of fliers at- tached that were composed on a com- puter. Chances are good that most were made on one machine - the Apple Macintosh. As computers become more com- monplace at…

… lot of people are buying them for course work, and others as a graduation present to themselves," said Virginia Geren, the supervisor of University Photo Services, which orders the computers. FOR APPLE

…. Nor is Apple alone in offering bargain prices to entice the potentially lucrative college market. Zenith has also been selling its personal computer to University faculty, staff, and students at a…

… popular (computer)," Dillingham said. "We also carry another line, but with the discount prices, (the Zenith) computers are the most attractive package for students." Since the start of the Apple deal…

… store sells fewer Apple computers than the other four locations. He also said his East Lansing store suffered comparatively low Apple sales because of a similar program at Michigan State University…

…. Although Ulrich's is not directly af- fected by the discounts because they do not sell Apple computers, store manager Tom Musser says he is op- posed to the practice in principle. "It is not an appropriate…

February 19, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 116) • Page Image 5

COMPUTERS The Michigan Daily Tuesday, February 19, 1985 Page 5 Students, staff take shine to Apol computers By ROB FRANK While it might seem that the Apple Macintosh and I.B.M. P.C. are the onlyr…

… Chalk Talk: MTS Sigfiles & Editor Initfiles, 12:10-1 p.m., 1011 NUBS. Ann Arbor's I Authorized ealer Apple Computer Dealer is offering you special savings on I all Macintosh'Wsoftware in stock. 10% off…

computers in sight, the University's College of Engineering is working to bring another machine to the forefront - at least in the minds of its own students. The machine is the Apollo DN300. Described by…

… price to University faculty of $5,000, roughly half the original retail price. Plus, engineering officials have given each of its faculty a $5,000 allowance to purchase computer equipment. Because the…

… University has a working relationship with Apollo through the college's Computer Aided Engineering N9etwork (CAEN), ordering the machines is as simple as making a phone call. DESPITE THE computer's popularity…

… with programmers, Bob Krause, of the North Campus computer center doubts' the Apollo will pose serious competition for the user frien- dly P.C. and Macintosh Like the Macintosh, the Apollo utilizes a…

…- ming. Apollo takes advantage of three languages: Fortran, Pascal, and C. Spreadsheet offer users variety and flexibility Daily Photo by DARRIAN SMITH This Apollo computer in an East Engineering lab is…

… equipped with a color monitor. Apollo computers are becoming increasingly popular among the faculty and students of the College of Engineering. By SCOTT JOHNSTON and LEO SHARKEY With computers turning up in…

… big fancy, electronic, calculator," said Wiltse Carpenter, a former employee of Complete Computer Center in Ann Ar- bor. For all practical purposes, that definition fits well. FIRST conceived by a group…

… graphs to database management, in addition to basic accounting. Like an accounting spreadsheet, a computer spreadsheet can be thought of as a large piece of papet divided up in- to rows and columns with…

February 06, 2007 (vol. 117, iss. 92) • Page Image 7

…, moved to ensure that the computer company did not use the apple logo in the music business. TheApple Corpslogo is a Granny Smith apple. The logo for Apple Inc. is an apple with a bite taken out of it. But…

… things changed in 2003 when Apple Computer, as it was known until it dropped "Computer" from its name last month, began signing deals with record labels to distribute music online through iTunes. Apple

…- by children's hospital. "Everyone is a winner," the emcees said in their clos- ing speech. "But most of all, Dominique. She's the biggest winner of all." Tuesday, February 6, 2007 - 7 Two Apples end…

… trademark spat By LAURIE J. FLYNN The New York Times --------- The long and winding road has come to an end for the Beatles, at least as far as the dispute over their Apple logo is concerned. Apple Inc., the…

… maker of the iPod, and Apple Corps, the guardian of the Beatles' music interests, announced yester- day that they had settled their dispute over the technology company's name and its use of an apple logo…

…. Under the new agreement, Apple Inc. now owns all the trademarks related to "Apple" and will license certain trade- marks back to Apple Corps Ltd., the London company founded by the Beatles in the late…

… 1960s. The agreement immedi- ately raised speculation that the Beatles' music, which has been unavailable on legitimate digital music services, might soon be licensed for down- loads from the Apple i…

… these trade- marks," said Steven P. Jobs, chief executive of Apple Inc., who is widely known as a huge fan of the Beatles' music. The companies declined to provide further details of the settle- ment. The…

… new agreement replac- es one signed by the com- panies in 1991, when Apple Corps, which represents Paul McCartney; Ringo Starr; the estate of George Harrison; and Yoko Ono, the widow of John Lennon…

February 09, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 92) • Page Image 3

…, faculty, and staff broke Apple Computers sales records during the Computer Weekend pickup. More than 2000 computers filled part of a cafeteria in Old Main Hospital this weekend, waiting to be picked up or…

… bought. According to Lisa Goldman, head of the Educational Sales Division at the Apple Computer World Headquarters in California, it was "the largest single delivery of Apple Computers to one site at one…

February 01, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 101) • Page Image 1

… place orders for the Apple Lisa and recently-introduced Macintosh computers at sharply reduced prices under an agreement between the computer maker and the Univer- sity. THE MACINTOSH, which is being…

… deals, the University hopes to increase the number of- terminals it owns while making it easier for students to buy their own computers. COMPUTER-industry analysts say Apple's efforts in the college…

… market are an attempt to displace International Business Machines Corp. as the leader in personal computers. Apple appears to be willing to accept a lower price for its Macintosh in return for the ex…

February 25, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 82) • Page Image 8

…, MI 48104 (313)747-8007 Ldifudry Strong 'Tidal' hits with poetic lyrical emotion Fiona Apple Tidal Work 8 am to idnight M Free Laundry Pick-up And Delivery Service With signed Contract First 20…

…J .- d theroffe. -.- ----nmi... , ---- mm,,j "Tidal" is a debut album with so much soul and attitude that it hits like a lightning bolt. Fiona Apple's vocals and lyrics are a potent mixture, especially…

… include developing, maintaining and monitoring global computer systems and telecommunication networks. Where interns get to work alongside the most highly accomplished information technology and investment…

February 11, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 110) • Page Image 1

…-million dollar computer system. The announcement of the pact comes less than three weeks after the University and Apple Computers Inc. revealed a plan to offer discounted computers to University students and…

… personnel. Apple is selling some of its computers at almost half the retail price: APPLE, ALONG with Apollo Computers, is also providing the College of Engineering with computers for its new system, the…

… ". . Business *school to buy computers By THOMAS MILLER The University's School of Business Ad- ministration yesterday unveiled an agreement with Burroughs Corporation that will provide the school with a multi…

Computer Aided Engineering Network (CAEN). In addition, Burroughs also plans to sell microcomputers to University students, faculty, and staff at substantially reduced prices. Although the business school…

… and Burroughs have yet to work out many of the details, the total value of the initial plan is expected to be $12 million. That figure includes approximately 500 computers with a retail value of about…

… $6 million and a new facility to house the system which will cost nearly $6 million. THE SYSTEM reflects the trend towards greater academic and administrative use of. computers in the business school…

…, said Gilbert Whitaker, dean of the business school. According to Whitaker, the agreement will make the school a leader in computer utilization. "We'll be a pioneer in the extent to which we are going to…

… make computers a part of the school," Whitaker said. THE SCHOOL plans to get at least part of the system in by September 1, it should be working in full by early next year, Whitaker added. Charles…

February 18, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 83) • Page Image 3

… "Terminator 2" on an Apple Macintosh Quadra 700 computer which was on display during the day-long Computer Aided Engineering Network (CAEN) 10th anniversary exhibition. The exhibition presented a retro…

… of the publication CAEN User Services. The exhibition featured comput- ers ranging from an original Apple Lisa 2/10 computer with 512 K ca- pacity to an Apple Macintosh Quadra 700 with 8 Megabytes of…

… throughthe use of computers rather than toys." CAEN manages 2,000 machines, 7,000 users and supports the largest concentration of Macintosh comput- ers outside of Apple headquarters, added John Bertagnolli…

… Chemistry Building reported Tuesday that equipment worth al- most $15,000 was stolen from that building, according to the University Department of Public Safety (DPS). In all, two personal computers, a…

… suspects as of yesterday afternoon. - by Will McCahill Daily Crime Reporter CAEN celebrates 10 years of computing by James Cho Daily Staff Reporter Engineering students enjoyed watching cartoons and…

…- spective look at CAEN, highlighting past and current software and hardware resources. "It illustrates how far computing has advanced in the past decade in general and on campus," said Elizabeth Cox, editor…

… memory. Cox added, "CAEN provides computer labs, software, and net- work for engineering students, faculty and staff." CAEN was established to foster an advanced engineering computing environment for the…

… College of Engineering. CAEN distributes software, such as computer aided design (CAD) programs, that students cannot nor- mally afford, said Frank Gulczinski, an Engineering senior. Dan Atkins, founder of…

… CAEN and professor of electrical engineer- ing and computer science, said CAD programs allow users to experience real problems and to incorporate mechanics and electronics and other disciplines into…

… their work. "Without CAEN, we would be out of business," said Don Geister, professor of aerospace engineering. "We use computers all the time. The network, for example, supports software to demonstrate…

February 24, 2006 (vol. 115, iss. 83) • Page Image 1

… deadline, but the University See VISAS, page 7 JEREMY CHO/Daily English Prof. Eric Rabkin finds out that he is the winner of the Golden Apple Award in an Angell Hall classroom yesterday. The award Is given…

… annually to honor outstanding teachers who "teach every lecture as If It were their last." English prof takes bite of Golden Apple Students shower veteran lecturer with congratulations, balloons By Kelly…

… recipients 2005: John Rubadeau (Eng- lish Department) 2004: Matt Lassiter (Department of History) 2003: Thomas Gest (Medi- cal School) 2002: Elliot Soloway (Elec- trical Engineering & Computer Science; School…

February 11, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 93) • Page Image 1

… local retailers who agreed to sell Apple and IBM computers at discounts through the University. SOME retailers who will participate in the agreement object to the University playing any part in the retail…

… session of the Assembly opened yesterday to make the only legally binding vote count in the Philippine election. See In Brief, Page 2. Retailers to distribute 'U ' computers By ADAM CORT The University…

… has struck a deal with local computer retailers which allows the - retailers to sell computers at discounts that are only available through the University. The agreement culminates eight months of…

computers. Burton Leland (D-Detroit), chairman of the committee of Colleges and Universities said he initially agreed to review the proposal in his committee, but upon reading it he decided that the wording…

…'Connor said she will try to get the bill in- troduced in the Senate. BEGINNING in February. 1984, the University has offered members of the University community Macintosh and IBM computers for up to 40 percent…

… Weir, president of Complete Computer Center. Weir's company was not part of the agreement between the University and the local companies. Inacomp, Computerland, and The Lear- ning Center are the only…

… retail store," she said. Greg Marks, the University's deputy vice provost for information technology, coun- tered by saying, "Computers are becoming an intrinsic part of the University. It is our…

… obligation to make the cost of getting them as low as possible." Officials also said no tax dollars are used to supplement the computer discounts. Ed Sanders, director of Microcomputer Education Systems, said…

… the University breaks even in computer deals. "We've tried to fully recover the operation costs of providing service," he said. THE AGREEMENT reached by the See 4U,' Page 5 'Woman aspires to become 'a…

February 02, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 66) • Page Image 2

Apple extended keyboard, six ethernet lines and an ethernet router. Connecting to the University net- work will allow students to access MSA documents from campus computing sites, said MSA Vice President…

… at the Ann Arbor Public Library yesterday. The Daily is looking for a few good reporters MSA spends $10,000, purchases, 3 computers I Wednesday, February 2nd By RONNIE GLASSBERG DAILY STAFF…

… REPORTER A familiar number has entered the agenda of the Michigan Student As- sembly again - $10,000. At last night's MSA meeting, the assembly approved amending its bud- get to spend $10,641 on computer up…

…,000 in the form of a tuition waiver from the University. The assembly will use these funds to purchase two Macintosh LC 475 4/ 80 bundles, one Macintosh Quadra610 8/230, one Apple Color Plus monitor, an…

… another two computers coupled with all the ethernets is fiscally irresponsible," said Business Rep. De von Bodoh. "I think the administration has sacrificed the students for their own good." Kight said…

computers and connect to the University network. Kight said two o MSA's computers are old and it would not be cost effective to network them. Spending money on computers.is not new for the assembly, Bodoh…

… Lippman, Jonathan Lurie, Rebecca Margolis, Judith Perkins, Joe 01 Rai organization. *Appl icati ons I …

February 18, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 98) • Page Image 10

… Macintosh LC even lets you share information with someone who uses a different type of computer-thanks to the versatile Apple' SuperDrive7 which can read from and write to Macintosh, MS-DOS, OS/2, and Apple

… Macintosh LC is a dream come true. The Macintosh LC is rich in color. Unlike many computers that can display only 16 colors at once, the Macintosh LC expands your palette to 256 colors. It also comes with a…

… microphone and new sound-input technology that lets you personalize your work by adding voice or other sounds. Like every Macintosh computer, the LC is easy to set up and easy toniaster. And it runs thousands…

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February 11, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 93) • Page Image 16

…* system you could afford was just a dream, then the new affordable Macintosh LC is a dream come true. The Macintosh LC is rich in color. Unlike many computers that can display only 16 colors at once, the…

…Macintosh computer, the LC is easy to set up and easy to master. And it runs thousands of File Edit Input Noteb available applications thatXy Alworkin the same,Yx x consistent way-so once o =2.1)(Bp)[sin(t)+ I]+Y[3,1J…

…8 you've learned one program, you're well on your way to learning them all.The Macintosh LC even lets you share information with someone who uses a different type of computer-thanks to the versatile…

Apple SuperDrive; which can read from and write to Macintosh, MS-DOS, OS/2, and Apple II floppy disks. Take a look at the Macintosh LC and see what it gives you. Then pinch yourself. It's better than a…

… dream-it's a Macintosh. 0 For more infornation stop by the Computing Resource Center 3rd Floor, School of EducationBuilding k 0 …

February 01, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 101) • Page Image 2

… slain Marine as Lance Cpl. George Dramis of C~ape May, N.J. 'U' offers Apple computer bargains (Continued from Page 1) Zenith and IBM personal computers as well as Apple products. 'It's not inten- ded…

… can pick their computer up at Michigan Media. Only full-time students can purchase the computers. Students can also purchase the Macintosh, Lisa 2, and two other models, the Apple II and Apple III, at…

… as a place where only Apples are sold," Marks said. Once students receive a demon- stration and decide to purchase a com- puter; officials at the education center will send them to University Photo Ser…

… the same discounted prices through Inacomp, a local, private computer dealer. Sponsored jointly by the educaiton school and the University Computing Center, the Microcomputer education Center eventually…

… will offer classes and lectures on basic computer use, said Schmidt. Skills such as word processing, illustration, and statistical computations will be taught. MARKS SAID that once the center gets its…

… Coordinator....... STEVE MATHER tlieb, Nancy Gottesman, Claudia Green,' Georgea Circulation Supervisor ., TIM BENNETTI. , . ,' , s " # 1984 Engineering and Computer Science Grads If you are a high achiever…

… Professional Sales If you are graduating with a degree in Engineering or Computer Science, or an MBA with the same undergraduate degrees, you should investigate these opportunities in technical sales. You…

…: " Computer Systems Division, Fort Lauderdale, FL * Information Terminals Group, Dallas, TX " Semiconductor Sector, Melbourne, FL …

February 12, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 93) • Page Image 9

…): HYPERCARD APPLICATIONS. HyerCard software products (art, films, biological sciences) that run on an Apple Macintosh computer and control laser videodiscs. FABULOUS PERKS'!!A BONUS PRIZES!! Renf a Car from…

…. AFTERNOON PRESENTATIONS: 1:30-4:30 APPLE MACINTOSH SUPPORTED TOOLS AVAILABLE FOR INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS AND TRAINING PROGRAMS DEVELOPERS: 1:30-2:30 COURSE OF ACTION: Authorware. Both a courseware design…

… system and an authoring system. 2:30-3:30 HYPERCARD: APPLE CORPORATION. Use of HyperCard as an authoring system. Mike Novak, University of Michigan. 3:30-4:30 VOYAGER COMPANY (Janus Films and Voyager Press…

February 11, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 92) • Page Image 8

… COMPANY (Janus Films and Voyager Press): HYPERCARD APPLICATIONS. HyperCard software products (art, films, biological sciences) that run on an Apple Macintosh computer and control laser videodiscs. i q…

… using TenCore authoring software. AFTERNOON PRESENTATIONS: 1:30-4:30 APPLE MACINTOSH SUPPORTED TOOLS AVAILABLE FOR INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS AND TRAINING PROGRAMS DEVELOPERS: 1:30-2:30 COURSE OF ACTION…

…: Authorware. Both acourseware design system and an authoring system. 2:30-3:30 HYPERCARD: APPLE CORPORATION. Use of HyperCard as an authoring system. Mike Novak, University of Michigan. 3:30-4:30 VOYAGER…

… . U-M Computing Cen ti ti ": ::":. IX, ......................... .......... '?i Wednesday, Febru 7:30pm Hosted by Amazin' jary 17 Blue I1 4) LZ I 1-1 ) )7, E RECRUIT CO., LTD. has been…

… York offices,.... .' &Q.I 04 MON-THUR FRI 7AM -1AM 7AM - 9PM challenging work in such fields as telecommunications, super-computing and publishing awaits you. Place: 2311 EECS y,9ORO Date…

February 17, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 78) • Page Image 15

…. And its internal Apple SuperDriveTM disk drive reads from and writes to Macintosh and MS-DOS formatted disks-allowing you to exchange information easily with , almost any other kind of computer. In…

…-4600 This event is sanctioned by lb. sUSF&. Friday, March 6th at 730 p.m. . ............ It ca't do aun or findyou a date, but it can help you find more time for both. The new Apple' Macintosh' Classic' II…

computer makes it easier for you to juggle classes, activities, projects, and term papers- and still find time for what makes college life real life. It's a complete and affordable Macintosh Classic system…

February 20, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 100) • Page Image 29

… into creative, art, produc- tion, media and research departments. A year ago, it grew from 13 to 50 volunteer members. Money raised is being put toward a new office, an Apple Macintosh computer and a…

… having problems, Ridenour made a takeover bid. He suc- ceeded and revamped the service. He worked out new deals with The New York Times and USA Today. He hired more employees, moved data into computers

February 14, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 96) • Page Image 10

… iti fit 1.4 '~. But "I can't affordit" is no longer one of them. You can talk about how simple the " Apple'Macintosh' computer is to use. Or how it can think the way you think. Or how compatible it is…

… with other computers. But think again when the word "expensive" comes to mind. Because it's just not true any more. Introducing the Macintosh Classic' computer. It's the most affordable analysis. The…

… Classic is a completely integrated Macintosh system. Its monitor, keyboard, mouse and system software are all included, as are extras you might not expect-such as built-in networking and the Apple Super…

February 05, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 90) • Page Image 8

… bench free agency W hat goes together in the good ol' U.S.A.? Baseball, hot dogs, apple pie, and Chevrolet. American as capitalism, right? You remember capitalism's virtues, as taught to you by your Econ…

… American institutions such as the car companies is as un-American as telling your mom you don't like her home-made apple pie - but what of it? Mousse is all the rage these days. -Hot dogs - Like the…

… backgrounds in computer science, systems analysis, engineering, or sciences. Familiarity with a range of computer languages is advantageous. You need a B.S., M.S. or Ph.D. in a related field. A GPA of 3.2 or…

… higher will help, as will coursework in: applied mathematics, probability and statistics, operations research, econometrics, engineering, or computer science. Also, U.S. citizenship is required, as well as…

February 26, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 89) • Page Image 1

… said. The remaining 1,400 computers will go to var- ious faculty departments and schools. The University purchased all the computers under deals made with four vendors - IBM, Dell, Apple and Compaq. The…

…I It C411V bUn Weather Today Partly Cloudy. High Tomorrow: Rain. High 50. 40. Low 24. One hundred eigfht year of editorzlifredom Friday February 26, 1999 ITD buys computers Students will…

… see more than $2 million in new and upgraded computer equipment after break By Kelly O'Connor Daily Staff Reporter When students return from spring break, they will find all new computers in the Angell…

… Hall Computing Site. The efforts are a part of the University's plan to upgrade its campus comput- ing resources - a project totaling more than $2 million. Provost Nancy Cantor has allocated money from…

computer labs on cam- pus, Griffiths said she was eager to extend the bargain prices to faculty and other University staff members. A similar initiative under discus- sion would allow students and other…

… members of the University community to purchase laptops at a discounted rate, Griffiths said. Dino Anastasia, manager of Information Technology Division Campus Computing Sites, said $1.4 million will go…

… directly to campus com- puting sites. Students will see benefits from the project, he said. "The $1.4 million allowed us to purchase over 600 new computers to be employed in sites around campus," Anastasia…

… University has an existing agreement with IBM called a strategic alliance program. Teaming up benefits both the University and IBM, See COMPUTERS, Page 2 Jeremy Menchik /D LSA senior Caroline Walker uses the…

computing site at Shapiro Undergraduate 13ry yesterday. iTD plans to upgrade more than $2 million in computers during the Spring Break this week. GEO Marching to the beat of a different drummer presents…

February 10, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 78) • Page Image 17

… roses:Offer $39*95 10% off (+ overnight shipping) Feb. 15, 2000 coupon code GOBLUE Order early for guaranteed delivery Diamond ponsor, Ford Focus Apple Computers Murray Perahia Wednesday, February 16…

…Meeting allows users to talk or chat with anyone over the web, as long as they have they are also running the soft- ware. NetMeeting is preinstalled on most computers with Windows 95 and higher, so chances are you…

… can make calls to any number in the country for free. That's right, any num- ber in the country, free of charge. You're speaking from your computer, your friend is speaking on the phone. No proprietary…

February 20, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 100) • Page Image 27

… barbequed chicken, corn on the cob, fresh broccoli and apple pie a la Omode. Ed Coon and Sandra Strick eat like this five days a week and still they complain. That's because their complaining - or rather…

… Texas, Arlington, comes this cry for computer literacy classes: Many students take 'basic' compu- ter classes not knowing the classes simply teach the Basic language, which is not what they need. They…

… might encounter in average daily use. Also, the university's computer-to- student ratio must be increased if the school expects to turn out "well- rounded individuals," like it is sup- posed to. (The…

…, Los Angeles Desktop publishing made easy Sometime in the near future U. of Nebraska, Omaha, students will take a class using a computer system that can publish all forms of written com- munication That…

February 12, 2007 (vol. 117, iss. 96) • Page Image 5

…ELO-trademarked computerized vocals take hold when the voice commands the listener to "Turn up the stereo" as the band stars to rock out with high-energy wails and a call-and-response section backed by computer-generated horns…

…The Michigan Daily - michigandaily~com h Monday, February 12, 2007 - 5A The 'Apple' of Sindie's eye SCHNEIDER RETURNS WITH TASTY ALBUM By MATT EMERY Daily Arts Writer Whathas TheApples in…

…Stereo frontmanRob- ert Schneider been up to in the five years since the band's last album? Quite a bit, actually - two side- projects, some schmooz- *** .," ing with Elijah Wood and others at Austin's SXSW Apples

… more grandiose than the band's previous work, * featuring 14 "true" songs and 12 interludes that No 'do re mi' for Apples in Stereo. Schneider calls "link tracks." Unlike the other link tracks Schneider…

… a new edginess from the band. Although "Apples in Stereo" might be bet- ter known for comparisons to the Beatles, the album's first four tracks distance them from those stereotypes, and instead pick…

… really distinguishes this Apples effort from their past. "Sunndal Song" and "Sunday Song" thrust Hilarie Sidney's vocals to the fore, and just like with the New Pornographers and Neko Case, it's a shame…

February 06, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 91) • Page Image 5

… purchasers. DEALERS WILL NOT ACCEPT PERSONAL CHECKS. Questions? Call 936-7832 beginning Saturday morning. .0 Sponsored by the Information Technology Division of The University of Michigan and Apple*Computer

… Sunday February' February 7, 8, 9:00am to 9:00pm 9:00am to 6:00pm Get your own: *MacintosliM Plus computer *800K external or SCSI hard drive .ImageWriter-MJJprinter . Limited number of systems still…

… available at MacTruck prices. Order by noon on Friday, February 6 at Photo and Campus Services, 542 LS&A Bldg., or during Computer Weekend at Old Main Hospital. Bring your University ID, driver's license, and…

…, Inc., in cooperation with ComputerLand of Ann Arbor, Inacomp Computer Center-Ann Arbor, and the Learning Center, Ltd. Fuller Road …

February 19, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 84) • Page Image 7

…" lecture at Rackham Aud- memorable by relating some of his itorium March 29. personal experiences. "When I first Hillel and Apple Computer are began teaching I was reluctant to the major sponsors of the…

… Lab. Flex. hrs. up to 20/wk. Must be computer literate (Word/WordPerfect) 747-2914. POOL MANAGER/SWIM COACH for neighborhood swim club. Experience and certification required. 665-9853. RECEPTIONIST…

…*u +1 +it Golden Apple serves as Fine prize for prof.: by Michele Hatty He noted that in the time he has It is Monday, 11 a.m., and the been at the University, students have Modern Language Building…

… years, was se- mind." lected this year's Golden Apple Lecturing in History 467, Award winner. "American History 1933 to the The Golden Apple Award honors Present," Fine has the unique oppor- teachers who…

… awarded a Golden Apple trophy, Navy during World War II as 4 a cash prize of $1,000 and the Japanese translator and interrogatoi. opportunity to present his ideal Fine said he tries to make lectures, "last…

… (3 hr/N.Y.C.) - Sports oriented. Counselors/ Specialists for all land/water sports, camping, computers, A&C, video, radio. Campus in- terviews on Weds. March 10. Write 55 chan- nel drive, Port…

…'t' teach to get laughs. It does help stu- dents to remember people." Students cited Fine's lecture style as one of the primary reasons they think he deserves the Golden Apple. "He is definitely interesting…

…; caring person and he's also an' inspiring professor. That's what I think (the Golden Apple) award is' for, to recognize someone with such, attributes." Regarding his future at the' University, Fine said…

February 07, 1990 (vol. 100, iss. 88) • Page Image 1

… determining the definition of sub- stantial on a case by case basis. If passed, the revised bill could affect the University of Michigan's sales of Apple computers and acces- sories. The University holds a…

… contract with Apple Computer Inc. which al- lows it to purchase computers wholesale and sell them to students, faculty and staff for the purchase price plus a handling charge. Such a contract allows the Uni…

… "unfair" competition from universities which sell goods such as computers, eye- glasses, hearing aids or make-up. The bill would create a governor- appointed commission -composed of state commerce…

…'Conner said. "If I wanted to get a computer, I could get one," she said. The revised bill defines specific areas in which universities can sell goods. Such areas include: housing food service, goods with…

February 18, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 98) • Page Image 2

… Disk Drive to your Macintosh 512K to double your data storage! - . C. - a _ More Powerful! Introducing Macintoshm Plus, the faster, more powerful personal computer from Apple. Macintosh Plus offers…

… 3/2" Single Sided $24.95 3/ " Double Sided $37.50 FUJI Single Sided $22.95 Discount Computer Software and Supplies 322 S. STATE ST. (inside the Jewelry Exchange) 663-4788 NEW YORK (UPI)-Contrary to…

Computer is Now Even Better... t ts. "The ones that did find a co elation either had glaring errors or t correlations were so minor they were btatistically insignificant." SomeNof these studies, conducted…

… scientists predict the physical tug of a mother to a child is 12 million V I More Affordable! The Macintosh", 512 - the most affordable system in the popular Macintosh family. Add Apple's New 800K External…

February 15, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 113) • Page Image 10

… Attendance:.15,450 Thompson ...two clutch Paskets Boilermakers burn Wisconsin, 6 7-52 Ann Arbor's Apple Dealer is offering you special savings on all Macintosh software in stock. 10% off when you buy 2 or…

… points in the final six minutes. 4 featuring: MICROSOFT® Basic Mulitplan and Chart Sargon II (computer chess) Transylvania (adventure) Associated Press Guard Stew Robinson of Indiana comes up with a…

… steal from Ohio State's Ronnie Stokes. Ohio State went on to win, 72-63. OSU flogs fading Hoosiers, 72-63 4 i,--, ~ - Trivia I BASIC FI ' Dollars & Sense ~MLearningCenterLtd. computer and software…

… " " Specialist Counselors in Arts and Crafts, Waterfront and Small crafts, Campcraft - Nature, Tripping and ROPES course, Sports, Horseback Riding, Drama & Dance, Photography, Computers - " Unit and Specialist…

computer techniques to solve problems. Applicants must possess a minimum ofa bachelors degree which included 24 semester hours of mathe- matics or math-related coursework plus 3 years of professional…

February 14, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 112) • Page Image 4

… way it won't do the job. f LETTERS TO THE DAILY: Apple To the Daily: From most perspectives the University deserves congratulations for the cooperative arrangement with Apple Computer enabling…

… to push Apple's new MacIntosh. There are several indications that heighten one's suspicions. Most of the information released by the University has indeed focused on the MacIntosh; the Ile (Apple

… unearthed available software? What better investment for Apple than to at- tempt to flood the market of "University types" with their new technology product. - Gary Rentschler Department of Speech and…

February 15, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 77) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, February 15, 1995 - 3 Virus hits Angel Hall computers Information Technology Divi- sion computer consultants discov- ered several types of computer vi- ruses at the…

… Angell Hall computing site Feb. 3. Consultants found viruses on al- most all of the new Dell Pentium-90 computers. Bruce Burrell, an ITD user ser- vices consultant, said the affected computers have been…

… fixed and modi- fications were made to prevent future infections. "Essentially, everything is stable." Burrell said ITD is concerned that disks used in the infected computers could spread viruses to…

… their disks for vi- ruses. $4 million awarded to Merit Network Merit Network, Inc., which pro- vides dial-in access to the University's computing network, will receive $4 million from the state over the…

… next 18 months to expand its network by creating lo- cal Internet dial-in sites for second- ary schools. Merit is a non-profit corporation in Michigan that operates MichNet, a statewide computer network…

…." Baiters don't see it that way. "There's no difference between me putting out a few bags of carrots or apples and somebody else waiting for deer next to a corn field or by an oak tree that dropped a big pile…

February 16, 2010 (vol. 120, iss. 95) • Page Image 2

…, Univeristy Police reported. The second car fled and there are no suspects. No injuries were reported. Showcase sale on Apple goods WHAT: Take an additional 6 percent off Apple products including computers, i…

…Pods, software and accessories. WHO: Information and Technology Services WHEN: Today from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. WHERE: U-M Computer Showcase stores at the Mich- igan Union and Pierpoint Commons Ensemble performance…

February 12, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 75) • Page Image 10

… more time for both. The new Apple' Macintosh' Classic' II computer makes it easier for you to juggle classes, activities, projects, and term papers- and still find time for what makes college life real…

… you can run even the most sophisticated applications with ease. And its internal Apple SuperDriveTM disk drive reads from and writes to Macintosh and MS-DOS formatted disks-allowing you to exchange…

… information easily with almost any other kind of computer. In addition to its built-in capabilities, the Macintosh Classic II can be equipped with up to 10 megabytes of RAM, so you'll be able to run several…

February 23, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 103) • Page Image 10

… half the suggested retail price of the Apple peripherals you add on - so you'll save up to $800. Ask for details today where computers are sold on campus. 0 Apple Pays Half Computing Resource Center…

… m :_ 2. Add aperipheral. 1 0 l\ NPd"fiId anu.u rricc i 3. Get a nicefat check. Now through March 31, when you buy selected Macintosh*SE or Macintosh 11 computers, you'll get a rebate for up to…

February 06, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 68) • Page Image 14

…. More s pace. Great price. mo H~ . d z .t' S l4 H I I - tt ,} r x ,g If you need a computer that means business, look to Apple' Power Macintosh" We've taken our most powerful computers and made them…

…Bus" slots Power Macintosh 8100/100 One of Apple's highest performing computers. * 100-MHz PowerPC 601 microprocessor *8MB or 16MB RAM, expandable to 264MB " ThOMB or 1 gigabyte hard drive * Nine built…

…. Best of all, the new Power Macintosh computers offer workstation performance at low PC prices. Stop in today and get more value for your money. Get the Power Macintosh that's right for you! Power…

February 27, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 124) • Page Image 3

…, the Computer Registration Involving Student Partici- pation (CRISP) will replace the archaic Waterman-way beginning in April. With CRISP, students need only go to one location, Room 215 of the old…

… neighborhood of 1,500 students each day. The appearance of CRISP in Ann Arbor will put the Uni- versity among "perhaps a half dozen major universities with enrollments over 15,000" using the computer program…

… also featured for your meal," Brede- horst asserts. "In the area of beverages, the selection ranges from cold apple cider delivered locally, to chilled tomato juice, coffee and fine herb teas pre- pared…

… including banana-raisin and apple cina- mon." The food is only half the story, though. Bredehorst des- cribes the Vegetable Union, "as a showcase for local talent, with music performed by many dif- ferent…

February 14, 1990 (vol. 100, iss. 93) • Page Image 4

… from Apple Computer Inc. and then sells them with only a -nominal price mark-up. She also asserts that because the University doesn't check the backgrounds of its customers, it may be selling machines to…

… have only one thing to say to you: you ain't seen nothin' yet. Computers State should not outlaw university discounts Fight for education Students were cheated Support the UAW HOUSE BILL 4546…

… people who are neither students nor ' employees. It is important to remember that University computer sales, like the an- nual Computer Kickoff, offer students who might not otherwise be able to afford…

computers the chance to buy ,one. The University is not losing money or selling goods below cost, and rather than marking up prices to make a profit, the University is en- abling students to buy a much…

…-needed resource at a fair price. Computers have become an almost essential tool Tor college students, as evidenced by .he long lines before finals at all the University's computing centers. And even if some people…

… who aren't affiliated with the University are buy- ing equipment, the whole system shouldn't be abolished. If someone }wants a computer and doesn't have to pay an extra $400 for a salesperson to…

… demonstrate it, where's the harm? Lo- cal computer dealers make a profit by acting as an intermediary between computer manufacturers and buyers. By removing the middle step, the Uni- versity is saving the…

… University, is forced out of the computer business. Fewer poor and middle-income stu- dents will be able to afford the ma- chines, and rich students will enjoy a decisive advantage near the end of each…

… semester, when University computer centers are packed. Similar conse- quences are likely at the state's other public schools, if the bill is approved. What is most striking is the hypocrisy required for O…

… where those goods are cheaper. When the University allows stu- dents to purchase computers and other goods at less expensive prices, the owners say it's unfair. Now they're sending their advocate…

February 05, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 74) • Page Image 7

… students, Apple Computer offers a more rewarding way to help make ends meet: Becoming an Apple Student Rep. If selected,you'll become a paid consultant for the local Apple Higher Education account team. You…

…'ll help plan and implement Apple marketing programs on campus. And you'll be kept current on all the latest news about Apple® products. Most important, we offer experience that'll add a lot to your…

… education. And to your resume. So if you share our passion for bringing the power of personal computing to every student and educator, and if you love Macintosh computers as much as we do, call the number…

… printed below. The rats can get by without you. We can't. Be an Apple Student Rep. Call 996-2622. Due to high demand, our supply of 1992-1993 Student Directories ran out a few weeks ago. I'Ie just received…

February 13, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 96) • Page Image 20

…, February 15 3:00 p.m at Hillel Audito Sponsored by Phi Delta Epsilon Medical Fraternit r COMPUTER SERVICE I.-- Ir I U-M COMPUTERS EPSON - IBM - ZENITH Annual Maintenance Agreement $135.00 Same price for…

… Ann Arbor OFFICE PRODUCTS Brighton 420 W. Main -Brighton I .. - .... - .. - ... - - ...I.......2 Where do I buy AppleCare discounted to 25% off list price (every day)? V MICHIGAN M The University of…

… Michigan Media Resources Center 400 Fourth Street, Ann Arbor Hours: Mon-Fri 8-12, 1-5 Phone: 764-8298 A AppleCare REGULARLY 25 S .C A MDA NOW take an additional 5% or 10% off any repair (Apple, IE The…

February 23, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 87) • Page Image 4

… campaign ... a) won't because while playing for Princeton in 1965, Bradley lit up Michigan nt. es, rs ia U. TLS T~'iLLYSPAKING .I THOMAS KULJURGIS Cyber ripoff MSU should not require computer

… ownership A new rule made by Michigan State University requires all incoming first year students for 2000 to have their own computer. This new requirement will add $1000 to the cost of tuition, which is…

… equip an entire student body with computers. The University has set up many computing sites on campus that network the students to pro- vide fast and efficient internet service. There are still many…

… imperfections within the system, but at least there aren't additional regulations that force the stu- dents to put their money towards this technological privilege. Requiring a computer -and thus rais- ing the…

… cost of tuition -makes higher education more financially exclusive than it already is. modate their students. Companies such as Apple or Dell would be happy to strike a deal and have their name spread…

… through- out Lansing. The fact that all the computer sites at our University are riddled with candy col- ored i-Macs is not a coincidence. The University got a piece of the Microsoft action a long time ago…

…. This type of agreement would give MSU a chance to add computers to their campus and keep their price of tuition down. Students should have the freedom to choose what kind of computer they want to invest…

… in. The wide range of computers available, from lap tops to massive PC units, gives students the option of finding the unit that suits them. Different types of students have differ- ent needs. MSU…

…'s new computer require- ment would remove the option of choice from their students. Computers may be complicated, but they can also be very personalized. In some ways, searching for the right computer can…

February 09, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 76) • Page Image 3

… stolen from EECS Computer thieves allegedly struck the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Building over the weekend, taking an Apple Macintosh computer, its monitor and a laser printer, according…

… can't see it wherever I go - I'm not sure if they have it," Tsukamuto said. Spiegel said students are a large part of the waste problem on campus. "There's an over-usage of pa- per in the computer areas…

…. Owsley said the Radiation Safety Services team speculated that the chemical may have been an ingredi- ent in the laboratory's floor wax. "It was not a harmful amount of whatever it was," he said. Computer

February 23, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 82) • Page Image 2

… ta S. " " Classes are starting s Call us today! 1-800-KAP-TEST If you decide to take the computerized G the KAPLAN GRE course also ives you al computer strategies you need for success Test Day! get ah…

…, Apple Computers Inc. Hillel's Executive Director Michael Brooks said, "(The award) is a good way to remind the University that every teacher should always be giving his or her lecture." The Golden Apple

… her score KAAN @ 1. GRE... APPLE Continued from Page 1 of Nursing. , Buan said when she heard nomina- tions for the award were being accepted she sent e-mail messages to about 75 students in the 200…

…-plus lecture and made announcements to as many stu- dents as she could. "The Golden Apple is excellence in teaching," Buan said. "It was the first time I (even) voted." Buan also said Boyd "never acted…

…," Kraut said. Last year's Golden Apple award-win- ner Tom Collier agreed: "It's a wonder- ful opportunity for students to express themselves - indicate the kind of fac- ulty they appreciate. It's not a…

February 02, 2009 (vol. 119, iss. 85) • Page Image 2

… new computing technolo- gies. Scientists are interested inusing charged atoms ratherthan electronic circuits to build computers. UNIVERSITY PLAGIARIZES DEFINITION OF PLAGIARISM After suffering through…

… stolen Staff parking Ralph Williams near Fishbowl permit stolen public lecture WHERE: Angell Hall WHEN: Friday at about 12:10 a.m. WHAT: An Apple iPod Nano was stolen from a student between 10 p.m. and 11…

… vehicle, University Police reported. The permit was sto- len between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. WHAT: English Prof. Ralph Williams, winner of the Golden Apple Award, will give one of his Of Human Bonding lectures…

February 19, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 80) • Page Image 9

… Macpass from Kinko's. Apple ENGINEERING COMPUTER SCIENCE U..' GEOSCIENCE APPLIED SCIENCE Individual initiative has always played a major role in Schlumberger's growth and technological leadership. Today…

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February 18, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 116) • Page Image 5

…). "Tiger" is a chaotic collection of key- boards, drums, and bass with no melody but lots of mindless rhythms and computer-like vocals. "Apple Blossoms," like much of the material, was first released years…

… makes records like Brain Salad Surgery actually sound, good. Take songs like "Tiger in A Spot- light" and "When The Apple Blossoms Bloom in The Windmills Of Your Mind I'll Be Your Valentine" (please…

February 04, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 88) • Page Image 3

… brochures: 1-800-869-9567 Ask about our Bilingual Solution " for Russian. glps'TM Products, P.O. Box 3454, Chapel Hill, NC 27515 Mac is a registered trademark of Apple Computer. Inc. Become a Daily…

…'s really hard to get to know people and the program helped a lot." Adelberg hopes for more f'unding next year to make it "bigger and better." Next fall, she *hopes to have a computer conference set up for…

… your papers Sun.-Thurs., Angell/Haven Computing Center, 7- 11:00 p.m.; 611 Church Street Com- puting Center, Tue. and Thurs. 7-11:00 p.m., Wed. 8-10:00. p.m. U of M Shorin-Ryu Karate-do Club. For info…

….M. Bldg., Wrestling Rm., 7- 9:00. College of Engineering Pre-inter- views. Today: Lockheed Missiles & Space Co., for electrical engineers, computer science, mechanical and aerospace engineering majors, 1005…

… EECS, 6-8:00; Rolm Systems, for computer engineering and science majors, 1301 EECS, 6:30-8:30. Nonviolent Action Clearinghouse, Ashley. HAC wanted to conditions members said they demonstrate that…

February 17, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 99) • Page Image 7

… tribute" is a disap- pointment, partly because most of the short clips it features are actually corporate promotions - one made by Apple Computer looks great but is uninspired compared to most of the other…

… the only non-comedy in the Festival. Director Bill Plympton contributes the liter- ally tongue-in-cheek instructional film "How to Kiss," a sequel of sorts to his earlier opus "Your Face." The "computer

… presentations in the Festi- val. Nevertheless, computers are used to amazing effect in "Tin Toy," the last film in the Festival and the best computer-generated film yet shown in the Michigan Theater's series. It…

February 01, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 101) • Page Image 2

…. Thank you for your cooperation." WALTER Pilditch, principal of Morgan Park High School, said studen- ts targeted by the $9,000 computerized calling system are not taking his advice lightly. "The students…

…Page 2 -'The Michigan Daily -- Friday, February 1, 1985 -- -----mm m mmm- -- mm- - - - 1 Ann Arbor's I 1 Authorzed Dealer I 1 1 Apple Computer Dealer is II offering you special savings on all…

… MacintoshW software in stock. 10% off when you buy 2 or more! I (with this ad) I MICROSOFT. Basic I Mulitplan and Chart i Sargon I11(computer chess) I 1 Transylvania (adventure) ' Trivia Dollars & SenseT 1…

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