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September 18, 1989 (vol. 100, iss. 8) • Page Image 19

…The Michigan Daily - Monday, September 18, 1989 - Page 19 Apple on Comput Reduces already r Kickof Pricing low f pricing* Come to the Computer Kickoff hands-on display on the ground floor of the…

… Michigan Union for more information. 04 f ' 1 Iiy ,) 14 r 1989 Apple Computer, Inc, Apple, the Apple Logo, and Macintosh are registered trademarks. …

September 15, 1989 (vol. 100, iss. 7) • Page Image 14

…Page 14- The Michigan Daily -Friday, September 15, 1989 V tsrlC)n. Brilliant work. Apple's most powerful personal n computers enable you to create it. As your scintillating thoughts pour out of…

… at the Michigan Union on the ground floor. With Computer Kickoff prices, you can afford brilliance. Brilliant Options *. Mac Plus Mac SE* Mac SE/30* Mac IICX All Mac SE models now have Apple

… your genius mind, you can instantly edit, organize, revise, even changefonts for that perfect paper. What you see will be brilliant. Kickoff Sale. Come to the Computer Kickoff Sale Hands on Display…

…'s "Superdrive" to read new MS-DOS OS/2 and Apple II files. cemtos r A a: …

September 10, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 1) • Page Image 9

Apple Computer, IB brings you Compute C- ity of Michigan M, and Zenith Data Systems r Kickoff '87 -..._ A So that you may have the most convenient access to the power of computing, we are…

… offering a variety of systems at significant savings: *IBMs from $1,258.33 to $2,153.77 *Zenith Data Systems from $911.04 to $4,374.24 -Apple Macintoshes from $1,564.16 to $4,446.52 In addition, local Ann…

… Arbor computer dealers: ComputerLand, Inacomp Computer Center, Today's Business Computer and the Learning Center, Ltd., have joined the team with special prices on software and accessories. For more…

… information: *Booklets (including systems and prices) available at: *AII Campus Computing Sites *Campus Information Center *Computing Resource Center (formerly MEC) *Photo & Campus Services *Hands…

…-On Demonstration and Seminar Sunday, September 13 10:00 am-6:00 pm Michigan Union Ballroom Don't miss the computing season, …

September 19, 1988 (vol. 99, iss. 8) • Page Image 18

… is a unique new plan that helps college students to purchase an Apple' Macintosh'' computer. It's a special low-inter- est loan designed exclusively for the parents of undergraduate and graduate…

Computer Kickoff Hands - On Display: Ground floor, Michigan Monday - Friday 10am Union - 6pm 4 Notice: If you want to take advantage of Apple's Loan program to purchase your Macintosh at Kickoff prices…

…4 Page 18- The Michigan Daily - Monday, September 19, 1988 4 Tee Appee Student Loan -to - wn Progra m 4 4 hA ki f V 5O W~~ I'. :4 I' Overview The Apple Student Loan-to-Own Program…

… students who do not qualify for traditional student assistance programs or who need to supplement federally sponsored aid. The Apple Student Loan-to- Own Program makes the borrow- ing process easy. Unlike…

… just as easy, because the Apple Student Loan-to-Own Program lets your parents spread their payments over as many as 10 years-which makes for ex- ceptionally affordable monthly payments. The loans are…

…, see an Apple representative at the Hands - On display as soon as possible! 111.1 14 …

September 16, 1988 (vol. 99, iss. 7) • Page Image 14

…-to-Own Program is a unique new plan that helps college students to purchase an Apple' Macintosh' computer. It's a special low-inter- est loan designed exclusively for the parents of undergraduate and graduate…

…Page 14 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 16, 1988 4 Te ppe tudent Loan -to- wn 4 Program 4 14 ga, 4 44' 4 .SO WO L qyl-6 c a "I I Overview The Apple Student Loan…

… students who do not qualify for traditional student assistance programs or who need to supplement federally sponsored aid. The Apple Student Loan-to- Own Program makes the borrow- ing process easy. Unlike…

… just as easy, because the Apple Student Loan-to-Own Program lets your parents spread their payments over as many as 10 years-which makes for ex- ceptionally affordable monthly payments. The loans are…

… period. 11 4 ":'J.": get" I For an application and more information, stop by the Computer Kickoff Hands - On Display: Ground floor, Michigan Union Monday - Friday loam - 6pm 4 Notice: If you want…

… to take advantage of Apple's Loan program to purchase your Macintosh at Kickoff prices, see an Apple representative at the Hands - On display as soon as nossible! A …

May 26, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 16) • Page Image 10

… would-be empire builders in the heart of the nation's computer empire south of San Fran- cisco. Their heroes are Steven Jobs of Apple, James Treybig of Tandem Com- puters and W. J. Sanders III of Advance…

… almost 25,000 businesses failed. But Cohan says those odds do not dampen his spirits. This time he thinks he has a winner and a chance to get rich. Cohan's first installation of an Apple II computer and…

…Vaughn.. ,,. .. The firm has donated close to $1 million in computers to schools across the United States, hoping to lure young consumers who will remember Apple when the family shops for a home com- puter. EACH CAMP…

…Page 10-Wednesday, May 26, 1982-The Michigan Daily WHIZ KID HOPES FOR ELECTRONIC RICHES Libraries may get pay- computers By The Associated Press SAN FRANCISCO-Unemployment and recession may be…

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…

November 26, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 59) • Page Image 5

… these storebought programs. Most of the coursework will utilize the Apple Macintosh computer, and students will be taught to use such programs as MacWrite, MacPaint, and MacPascal, Galler said. The class…

computer lets you work faster, smarter and more creatively The Apple' External Disk Drive gives you the power to store and access information faster And the ImageWriter"'printer lets you print out crisp…

…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, November 26, 1985 -Page 5 COMPUTERS New course takes a different look at computing By EVE BECKER In continuing its push for computer education, the University has…

… established a new computer literacy course which will start experimen- tally winter term. This course, Introduction to Com- puter Systems (CS 181), will differ from other existing computer courses since it will…

… not place its emphasis on programming, but rather on under- standing computer systems and the impact of the computer in our society. In CS 181 students will examine issues such as morality and ethics in…

computing, the history of computers, software packages, and the effect of computers on industry. Chess is The class is intended for students, mainly freshmen, who have had no background in computers. EECS…

… to all students with little background in computers. Galler hopes that after a year, half of the in- coming freshmen will take the com- puter literacy course. GALLER SAID the course is "not going to…

… make experts out of people," but rather it will give students an idea of how computers work. 1 breeze mnachine He won the World Correspondence Chess Championship in 1968. He sen- sed Hitech was destined…

April 02, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 144) • Page Image 5

… around longer than Apple and has had 11 consecutive profitable years. He said ACT started out in the software business and it is software that sells machines. Ann Arbor's Authorized healer Apple Computer

… SOCIETY'* Ann Arbor, MI 48104 996-0001 COMPUTER RENTALS We offer a full selection of computers, printers, modems, _ _ _ _terminals and hard drives B.. including IBM, COMPAQ, and W APPLE products. Short and…

COMPUTERS The Michigan Daily Tuesday, April 2, 1985 Page 5 Arbornet offers A2 information and interaction By SCOTT JOHNSTON In his- book Megatrends, John Naisbitt states: "The new source of…

… power is not money in the hands of a few but information in the hands of the many." In Ann Arbor, Network Technologies'International is offering a computer network that will provide an affordable…

… executive at Network Technologies, said the strength of Ar- bornet would be in its subscribers., A HOME computer, modem, and communications software are all that is necessary to connect to Arbornet. The…

… market that requires massive computer resources. With this low price, Arbornet hopes to attract a large market in Ann Arbor. Electronic mail through Arbornet provides users with the ability to send…

… messages via computer to other sub- scribers. Such a system could sup- plement the regular local postal ser- vice, with the advantage of immediate delivery. Another option is the Arbornet Party program…

…, which simulates a 'party-line'. With the Party program several users could carry on a com- puter conversation hosted by Arbornet. Computer conferencing is another service offered by Arbornet. In a con…

…- ferencing situation, users can partake in discussions about subjects as varied as Macintosh technical questions or opinions of current movies. Conferen- By ROB FRANK Seeking to extend its success with Apple

… also seeking for the first time, consortiums with sof- tware manufacturers. The consortiums allow students, faculty and staff members to purchase computer equipment at rates lower than average retail…

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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…

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…

September 16, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 5) • Page Image 23

… CompuServe® IntroPakT-a 140 value-Free! ' A Sportster 1200 bps modem connects your Apple, IBM-compatible or almost - / any computer to the world. So instead of going to the university computer cen- ter…

…tions of a telephone, telephone dialer, calculator, typewriter, per- sonal computer, appointments cal- endar, and address book. And this workstation might be in your home, if you're one of tomorrow…

…'s "tele- commuters." But will you work for a big cor- poration? Electronics has some- thing to say about that too! Busi- ness experts say computers are the power behind today's American Dream: owning your…

… own business. For entrepreneurs, the computer is an inexpensive and willing em- ployee-one that can keep mailing overspend. And home computers board video screen and compu lists up-to-date, track…

… electronic life of yo "smart cards" that won't let you cars will be in the picture-an on- future! U -. .-tt The 149 Sportster" modem. It brings your school's mainfame computer .- . 4-. Mito your room. " Get…

… during regular hours, you can access the mainframe computer anytime. e/ "^ -*;* Right from your room. You can write or revise your term papers. Commu- r ~ iL..L"'.-.." '' nicate with bulletin board…

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…

September 08, 1988 (vol. 99, iss. 1) • Page Image 38

… Univers in cooperation with Apple Computer, IB brings you Compute piI ity of Mi M and Zen ith chigan Data Systems )ff '88 a to the power of significant savings. season, r Kickc )that y imputin…

… (ou may h ave the most Co nvenient access ig,we are offering a variety of systems at , For more information: *Booklets (including systems and prices) available at- *All Campus Computing Sites…

… *Campus Information Center *Computing Resource Center *Photo & Campus Services *Hands-On Demonstration and Seminar Aug. 15-Sept. 30 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Michigan Union Mall (ground floor) Don't miss the…

computing

September 22, 1989 (vol. 100, iss. 12) • Page Image 14

Computer Kick-Off Prices Reduced1* Last Day to Order! See our Hands On Display at the Michigan Union on the ground floor Config. # Model A-1 A-2 A-3 Apple Mac Plus w/ 20M Hard Drive Apple Mac Plus w…

… it be that easy? Are we allowed to call the Miami-Nebraska matchup the Cupcake Bowl instead of the Orange Bowl? 4 Three teams. Two games into the season. Should make for a suspenseful season. Apple

…/ 20M Hard Drive & optional warranty* Apple Mac Plus w/ 20M Hard Drive & MacDraw II and Filemaker II Apple Mac Plus w/20M Hard Drive & optional warranty* & MacDraw, Filemaker 11 Kickoff Price $1…

…,499.00 $1,575.00 $1,649.00 Reduced ! $1,413.00' $1,489.00 $1,563.00 4 -, A-4 $1,725.00 A-5 A-6 A-7 A-8 A-9 Apple Mac SE w/ 2 Floppies Apple Mac SE w/ 2 Floppies & optional warranty* Apple Mac SE w…

…/.20M Hard Drive Apple Mac SE w/ 20M Hard Drive & optional warranty* $1,965.00 $2,040.00 $2,277.00 $2,387.00. $3,698.00 $3,881.00 $5,665.00 $5,904.00 $1,639.00 $1,809.00 $1,884.00 $2,103.00 $2…

…,213.00 $3,343.00 $3,526.00 $5,258.00 $5,497.00 4 Apple Mac SE/30 4 A-10 A-11 A-12 Apple Mac SE/30 & optional warranty* Apple M'ac I lcx Apple Mac Ilcx & optional warranty* 4 *optional nine month…

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

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

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

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

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

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

March 05, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 120) • Page Image 5

… Group Reprinted with Permission GET IN TOUCH KNOW WHAT'S HAPPENING SUBSCRIBE NOW to Ann Arbor's I I Si Author7ed Dealer i Apple Computer Dealer is offering you special savings on all Macintosh software…

COMPUTERS "The Michigan Daily Computer comp English dept. aims to use word processing Tuesday, March 5, 1985 Page 5 By JERRY MARKON The word processing phenomenon will enhance the English…

… department's curriculum next fall as two sections of English 125 students will get special ac- pss to the Zenith micro-computers recently installed in the Undergraduate Library. The English Composition Board…

… marked in the time schedule. The committee is already training TAs in word processing, he added, at the Micro-Computer Center in the School of Education. Hormston said the project has two primary goals: to…

… the wrinkles in this process is- an organization called The Association of Computer Engineers and Scientists (ACES). FOUNDED ONLY a year-and-a-half ago, the group offers a number of ser- vices enabling…

… students to get better aquainted with the EECS department, said ACES chairman Allen Falcon, a junior computer science major. As part of the effort to increase com- munication between facully and students…

… foster more familiarity, especially for someone interested in in- dependent study," Falcon said. On Wednesday, ACES will sponsor a Pre-Computer Science and Engineering Night at the Michigan Unior. For…

… companies With computer science and computer engineering interviews on campus. "By working on the (recruiting) committee, I'll be able to learn more about inter- views," said group member Diane Feller, a…

… junior computer science major. Right now the only problem facing ACES is how to get more people in- volved in the organization, Falcon said. Meetings are held every other Wed- nesday night. Any computer

… science or engineering student may attend. Typesetting & out if computers can encourage better writing." IN ANALYZING the problems of freshman writers, Hormston outlined what he called the "think and write…

September 07, 1989 (vol. 100, iss. 1) • Page Image 10

… VALUE!I OFFER ENDS SEPTEMBER 30 I i 0 0nComputer Kickoff '89 Price List o n 0 Apple Systems: 90 . warranty included U-Mrv Config.# Computer Kickoff A-1 A-2 A-3 A-4 A-5 A-6 A-7 A-8 A-9 A-10 A-11 A…

…-12 Model Apple Mac Plus w/20M Hard Drive Apple Mac Plus w/20M Hard Drivejo Apple Mac Plusw/20M Hard Drive and MacDraw II & Filemaker II Apple Mac Plus w/20M Hard DriveJJ Apple Mac SE w/ 2 Floppies…

Apple Mac SE w/ 2 Floppiesoo Apple Mac SE w/ 20M'Hard Drive Apple Mac SE w/20M Hard Driveco0 Apple Mac SE/30 Apple Mac SE/30D Apple Mac Ilcx List Price * $3,127.00 $3,254.00 $3,853.00 $3,980.00 $4…

… hotline: 763-6181. Orders must be in by Friday, Sept. 22, 1989. 9 Apple Mac llcxoo JJ includes an optional 9 month extended warranty for a total of 1 year warranty. I 7 ff1 IBM Systems: 1- year…

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

May 13, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 5) • Page Image 4

… per minute fell on the east Beirut suburb. Five cease-fires were arranged and disregarded, Beirut radio said. 6 I 6 6 Apple computer sales are high at the 'U' By GREGORY HUTTON The University's own…

computer store has received over 1,000 orders for microcomputers from students and staff members. As part of a deal made with Apple Computers Inc., last winter the Univer- sity sells Apple's Lisa and…

…. "Apple expected about one-half the orders it did receive," Marks said. "They just opened a brand new factory to produce these computers." The deal is part of a growing relation- ship between the company…

… resale. Although the staff's time is spent primarily selling the computers, ac- cording to Marks, the computer center is more than just a store. In addition to having demonstrator models of the Apples that…

… and the University. Last fall, the College of Engineering purchased 800 computers at substantially reduced prices. The MacIntosh can be purchased from the Computer Education Center on the third floor…

… of the School of Education Building for about $1324- $1400 less than retail. A 20 percent down payment is required with the order. University officials are hoping that close ties with Apple will make…

… it easier for professors to purchase the equip- ment and use computers, while the company is hoping to tap into the huge market of college students. Two dozen colleges and universities have a similar…

… are for sale, the center offers courses in basic com- puter skills for those with "computer anxiety." The center is "open to the entire University community for all types of instruction," said Elaine…

… Cousins, an advisor of the center. "We operate to help students and faculty choose which programs are best for them, as well as which computers would best be suited to their needs." Member of the…

April 11, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 129) • Page Image 9

… COLORS - CHECK OUT OUR FRESH SPRING MERCHANDISE! 20-50% off all merchandise *offer good April 18-29th, excludes Balfour jewelry, customized paddles and mugs. K 01988, Apple Computer, Inc. Apple and the…

Apple logo are registered trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc. Macintosh and Macintosh Plus are trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc. For more information contact: Computer Resource Center 3113 School of…

… Competitive Edge. MacintoshTM Plus reduced in price... f R SOME LIE] 1 l c ...just in time for graduation MacintoshTM Plus $1268.00 Apple 20Mb Hard Drive $725.00 ImageWriterIITM $456.00 SHOW YOUR TRUE…

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…

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…

September 14, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 3) • Page Image 5

… Hispanic Heritage Week Ceremony. Residence hall staffers get free Mac use, teach computing By KENNETH DINTZER In the first program of its kind anywhere, more than 300 Apple Macintoshes have been loaned to…

…The Michigan Daily-Monday, September 14, 1987- Page 5 'U' unveils drawings for new computer center Will meet goal of 1500 terminals By RYAN TUTAK The University unveiled drawings Friday of a…

computer center under construction in the courtyard between Angell and Mason Halls. The facility will increase the number million center should be completed in time for next fall, according to Jack Janveja…

…, the architectural coordinator of the center. The center's architecture features a ceiling with more than 140 The center is expected to house as many as 370 computers, 80 of which will be stationed in…

… four classrooms used for computer courses..-. accessibility. The unused courtyard was selected as the site of the computer center because of limited construction space on campus and the need for "a good…

… significant-size general-access facility in the LSA area," Halloway said. Masten said about 1000 computers are in operation on campus now, and she expects 150 more to be in operation before the center is…

computers, 80 of which will be stationed in four classrooms used for computer courses, according to Deborah Masten, assistant director at the Computing Center for Public Facility. The classrooms in the $2…

… residence hall staff members with the hope that computer proficiency will "trickle down" to students. According to Marvin Parnes, assistant director of Resident Education, the 319 computers were lent free of…

… charge to resident advisors and resident directors when they were replaced at campus computer clusters. PARNES said that once staff members learn how to use the Macintoshes, they can help students use the…

computers that are available in all residence halls. "The pilot program (conducted in 1985) showed a trickle down effect with clear impact on residence hall members," he said. "They began using the clusters…

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…

March 26, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 138) • Page Image 5

… full selection of computers,I modems, printers, terminals and hard * drives including IBM, COMPAQ, and APPLE products. E Shortand long term rates available. Full service and quick replacement of…

COMPUTER OWNERS CLASSES Beginning to Advanced come down and sign up! FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY CHELSEA, SOFTWARE 334 S. State St. ANN ARBOR Ann Arbor's Apple Dealer is offering you special savings on all…

COMPUTERS The Michigan Daily Tuesday, March 26, 1985 Page 5 Special computers aid the visually By SCOTT JOHSTON and LEO SHARKEY Many technical advances have been made to remove barriers for…

… handicapped people. In many areas changes such as low curbs or braille control panels on elevators are easily seen. Now progress is being made in bringing the computer to the handicapped students. Here at the…

… University, the Computing Center is involved in assembling various pieces of specialized equipment into a workstation for the visually-impaired. , GORDON BRESEDEN of the Computing Center Staff is coordinating…

… the efforts to build this workstation. Breseden, who himself is legally blind, began working on the idea as an independent project and was later hired by the Computing Center to further develop the…

…'x2 5 monitor. In the case of totally blind users, the Computer Center has available a Cybertalker attached to a terminal. The impaired Cybertalker is a Votrax-based synthesizer. The Cyber- talker…

…'s voice quality is remarkably good, though it soun- ds as if it had a thick Norwegian accent. The Cyber is currently installed in the Union computing station in the consultant's office. AT PRESENT, all of…

… the various equipment is not available in one location. The Computing Center plans to have the Cyber and the large monitor with PC-LENS sof- tware integrated with a Zenith Z-150. The workstation will be…

… available at NUBS computing station in a few weeks. After initial testing and evaluation the Computing center will move the workstation to the 4th floor of the Undergraduate Library. The Computing Center…

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…

May 08, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 4) • Page Image 11

…The Michigan Daily-Saturday, May 8, 1982-Page 11 AN 'APPLE'IN EVERY CLASS? Plan to contribute computers stalls WASHINGTON (AP)- A computer company's Senate Finance subcommittees. "We question whether…

… and the ability of our people to said. loophole. find and competently hold jobs in the society which is Jobs, the Apple chairman said his firm "will incur Apple Computer, Inc., of Cupertino, Calif., an…

… this is the sort of detached plan to put an Apple in virtually every classroom in "This bill (allowing the deduction) will have long- and disinterested generosity that the charitable con- America turned…

… received economy than manufacturing and farming com- poration to obtain three times the benefit from its by the schools will far exceed the revenue loss to bined, Steven Jobs, chairman of Apple, told two…

… contribution of computers. government," he said. School prayer unlikely despite Reagan's push WASHINGTON (AP)- In backing a constitutional amendment to return prayer to , the schools, President Reagan is…

November 19, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 54) • Page Image 5

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

…Page 5 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, November 19, 1985 COMPUTERS Greek police shoot boy, violent rioting results Computer conference lets students enter their views ATHENS, Greece (AP…

… government, students around campus have banded together to express their views. But, instead of rallies and public forums, these students are using computers to communicate. Though computer conferencing has…

… been around for a few years, Univer- sity students have usually shied away from participating in the conferences simply because their computer time was allotted for course work. SINCE SEPTEMBER, however…

…, the University has offered every student $50 worth of computing time per term on the University computer system, MTS. Dubbed request ac- counts, they have allowed the establishment of an MTS computer

… about a con- ference by, of, and for students," said James Heaton one of the conference organizers. WHEN THE University obtained another computer for MTS and decided to let students have the "free…

…" computer time, the concept of a student conference took shape. MEET: STUDENTS currently has Once you get in (MEET:STUDENTS), it's really worth it. You can't stop - you get addicted. -James Heaton…

… spectrum of com- munication...about 10 percent (of the users) are not computer science and engineering people," Anderson said. A lot of the problem, Bernstein said, is due to the fact that many people are…

… afraid of computers. "The stigma that computers are just for math and computer science students is crap," Bernstein said. "(Computers) can be used to build bonds between people." ANOTHER PROBLEM with…

… getting non-science majors involved, is that to obtain a request account, a student has to trek up to the North Campus Computing Center. "It's hard to get students up to Nor- th Campus," said Jimi Lee…

September 19, 1982 (vol. 93, iss. 10) • Page Image 3

…: Happenings, The Michigan Daily, 420 Maynard St., Ann Arbor, Mi. 48109. Announcing: The Computer Mart Apple LII Package Apple III computer, built in disk drive, and monitor - and a Computer Mart sales…

… "Computer Mart extras" (and a special price) to make it even more attractive. We start with the Apple Professional Solution. It has just about everything a business person needs to start personal rmmfl i…

….Sch. of Bus. Ad., Hale Aud., 8 p.m. Chemistry-Inorganic Sem., Hans Bock, "1982 Mixed Pickles from Frank- furt," 1200 Chem., 4 p.m. Computing Ctr.-Lab.: Ontel Terminal, 9-10:30 a.m., Ontel Rm., NUBS, Forrest…

… Pendelton Room of the Michigan Union for all those interested in auditioning or getting involved. The play calls for cast members of many diverse ethnic he "Apple III Professional Solution" is a total…

… package of computer equipment and software. It should meet most of the problems professional people face when they consider buying a personal computer. We liked this package so much that we added a few…

… access to your business files. Self-Teaching "Tutorials" - software programs that help you step-by-step through each software package. Then we add Computer Mart "Extras,' Our Computer Mart package…

… disk drive, and one of our most popular printers. All at a special Computer Mart package price. This offer is limited. If you ever thought you might have a problem choosing the right personal computer

… - Computer Mart has the solution. And if you buy now you can get it at a savings. I 1 …

September 10, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 1) • Page Image 34

… offices in the computing centers, Daily rnoto Dy yAN HABI An Apple Macintosh Plus computer in the Undergraduate Library's computing center welcomes users to come and explore the many ways this and the…

…Page 2 -The Michigan Daily, Thursday, September 10, 1987 Students turn to 'U' computers By HAL KANE The late nights spent in front of typewriters most students face when cranking out papers are…

… rapidly being replaced by late nights in front of computers. A trend due largely to the University's expan- sion of its microcomputing net- work. The 21 University computing centers - located throughout cam…

… they are pleased with the University facilities which combined provide an estimated 1,000 terminals. The largest center, located at 611 Church Street, has 161 computers. Hours at each of the centers vary…

computers to Uni- versity community members at approximately half of list price, and during a two-day promotion last spring, the University sold over 1,700 Macintosh Plus computers. Although there are many…

computers to work with, computer use on campus is by no means is and perhaps the most frightening problem with computer use is malfunction. Computer malfunction resulting in loss of data is a possibility for…

… any computer, and University computers are no exception. Caused by anything from dust in the auxiliary disk drive to wristwatch If you're careful, and you really know what you're doing, maybe only once…

… in a blue moon will you lose data. - Brian Wolfe, a consultant at the Computing Assistance Center but if not, they can always be reached by picking up the red phones in any of the centers and dialing…

… 4-HELP. But According to Brian Wolfe, a consultant at the Computing Assistance Center, said "If you're careful and you really know what you're doing, maybe only once in a blue moon will you lose data…

…." Consultants also teach courses covering computer use at the Microcomputer Education Center located in the School of Education building. But computer use on campus has not gained total popularity. Many students…

November 12, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 49) • Page Image 5

… Center, the University expects to install 150 Apple Macintosh computers in residence halls by January. The terminals will be distributed between all halls except Betsy Bar- bour and Helen Newberry. All the…

COMPUTERS Dorms moving from parties to computers The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, November 12, 1985 - Page 5 Budget mekdnrma goes on WASHINGTON (AP) - Congress' deadlines for action on separate budget…

…, University residence halls have primarily been associated with such activities as eating, sleeping, and partying. Computing, as a rule, rarely popped into a person's mind - until now, perhaps. Backed by a…

… had a few terminals available for student use, a lone Decwriter or Ontel terminal has never really qualified as "computing for the masses." According to Jeff Ogden, associate director of the Computing

… Macintoshs will be linked to MTS, the University's central computer system, Ogden said. The Computing Center has discussed having a computer program in the residence halls for several years, said Ogden. "It…

…'s been an ongoing discussion to try to find space," he said. When the University committed itself to installing 1,500 computers campus wide in two and a half years, "the whole (residence hall) project…

… became more real." BUT THE plan to put the workstations in the halls goes beyond just turning the computers on and let- ting the students in, said Marvin Par- nes, assistant director of housing. "We…

…'re trying to expose all studen- ts, from liberal arts to engineering, to how computers can help them," Par- nes said. "We're looking further down the line." In order to help gauge student con- cerns over the…

… project, the housing ,division and the Computing Center distributed several thousand surveys to students in residence halls asking them what kind of programs and training they'd like to see made available…

… student in- put, but it's not that easy. There's no central place we can go to get that feedback." Since the beginning of the fall term, Mosher-Jordan has set up a pilot computer program to experiment with…

August 07, 1987 (vol. 96, iss. 12) • Page Image 4

… orders received after the deadline.The computers will be dis tributed from October 9-11. The University will offer Apple IBM, and Zenith data systems. Las February, only Macintosh Plus sys tems were sold…

Computer kick-off to provide By CATHERINE KIM Organizers are anxiously awaiting the return of the computer truck this fall that will provide University students, faculty, and staff with dis counts…

… of 42 percent or more or several different types of systems. Order forms for The Compute Kick-off 1987 Sale will be accepter starting next week and unti September 25, with an extra $5( charge for…

…. Dealers participating in the sale include ComputerLand o Ann Arbor, Inacomp Compute ~,'.Center-Ann Arbor, Today's Coin puter Business Center and th Learning Center, LTD. Daily Photo by SCOTT LITUCHY…

… According to Gregory Marks LSA Senior Wayne Stapleton works on a Macintosh Plus deputy vice-provost for informatio computer in the Microcomputer Education Center. It is one and technology, "The computer sal…

… of the models that will be sold at Computer Kickoff this held in February was very success fall. ful. The large-scale distributio fall discounts worked out well, as did the delivery." But Cynthia…

… Every, General g Close to 1,700 computers were sold, Manager of Rent-A-Byte, said, "Of s well beyond the goal of 1,500 ter- course the dealers will be undercut, y minals. since (students, staff and…

… faculty) can - He does not know how many buy computers cheaper than we can." n computers will be sold in the fall. According to Tom Diroff, owner "February's computer sale was of Technology Partners, "Sure…

… makes participation very at- i 0 (students, faculty, and staff) can buy tractive. They take a certain dollar e the computers cheaper than the deal- amount off of every computer, and - ers can," said Nancy…

… Reding, put it into a pot. Then we divide the . manager at Learning Center, LTD. Pot. Reding added, "For this sale, we Technology Partners will be par- t won't have to lug the computers up ticpating in the…

March 19, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 132) • Page Image 5

…. Braille processing ^"*'-aress A computerized representation of Braille characters appears on the screen as Sally Hering enters data into a new com- puter system last month at the Hadley School for the Blind…

….......-r...- -m--- ----..... ... SAnn Arbor' s 1 1 l o rsAuthorized Iealer 1 1 Apple Computer Dealer is! I i offering you specialsavings on 1 1 all Macintosh software in stock. 10% off when you buy 2 or more! I…

… software specialists AppleComputerjnc. 1 381 N. Maple Rd., Maple Village Shopping Center * 996-1616 1 only a minimum amount of computer training if they've already used the firm's software. Other companies…

…, a business school junior, said the classes were a good idea, "because they make us more marketable." %/% Sibwdn& to Tkie W4iekigas DaI4 764-0558 COMPUTER SERVICE Commodore, Osborne, Apple, Atari…

COMPUTERS The Michigan Daily Tuesday, March 19, 1985 Page 5 Programs minunimze spelling errors v By ROB FRANK Feeling chained to your dictionary? Is your thesaurus your best friend when ever…

… in Winnetka, Illinois. The new system produces 400 Braille characters a second and can produce 100 pages in the time it takes a Braille typist to produce one page. C pany gives money for 'U' compute

… By JENNIFER MATUJA The need for computer literate University graduates has risen so much in the last few years that one company iswilling to pay for student's training. Though they don't really pay for…

…. ACCORDING to business Prof. James Wheeler, Coopers and Lybrand, like many other companes, is utilizing computers much more than in the past, amplifying the need for better training at the university level…

…. "Companies are interested in greater computer .expertise," Wheeler said. They want college graduates to have more exposure to computers." The program, which started last fall on a $20,000 grant from Coopers…

… students to real quality software packages that are the actual packages used in the real world." A student who has never taken a computer course will not be at a disad- vantage, Wheeler said, because the…

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…

November 02, 1982 (vol. 93, iss. 47) • Page Image 3

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… Mart "Education System" * APPLE DISK DRIVES to match your system, and hundreds of software packages in the Computer Mart software center. * A special Computer Mart "Student Discount" with student I…

March 17, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 114) • Page Image 2

…-4 Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, March 17, 1989 Apples pose no health threat 4 WASHINGTON (AP) - Federal health officials sought yesterday to calm growing public fear over the consumption…

… of apples by children, telling Congress that pesticide levels on apples pose no "imminent haz- ard" to pre-schoolers. Some senators said the uproar dver the use of the chemical Alar on apples and its…

… health effects on small children has produced an apple scare that threatens the industry from New York to Washington state. "The apple market is dead as a doornail right now across America," said Senator…

… Steven Symms (R- Idaho), whose family is in the apple business. Many apple growers and proces- sors say their apples are free of Alar, which has been linked to cancer in animal tests. Large numbers of -par…

…- epts are reported to have stopped giving apples to their children since a private environmental group said youngsters were especially at risk from the chemical because they eat rore apples an dapple…

… products than adults. School districts in Los Angeles, hicago, New York, San Francisco, Miami, and elsewhere have stopped providing apples in school cafeterias since the report by the natural Re- sources…

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 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…

October 01, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 16) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-The Michigan Daily-Thursday, October 1, 1987 Apple challenges 'U' By RYAN TUTAK Apple Computers has chosen the University as one of only a handful of campuses to participate in a pair of…

…. Each member of the winning team will be awarded $2,000 of Apple products and a summer internship at the company. The school of the winning team will receive five Macintosh computers, a Laser…

… up with something that (Apple) has not designed in the lab already," Saunders said. Reynolds said Apple does not expect students to build a new computer. "The contest is very intangible," she said. "We…

…, coordinator of the Residential College Computer Program. Students at 28 universities will participate in the other contest to design a system of software consistent with Apple's research goals in education. A…

… contests to design the personal computers of the future. One contest, open to twelve universities, challenges students in teams of no more than five to envision the technology of computers by the year 2000…

…Writer printer and an AppleTalk network. Laura Reynolds, Apple's coordinator of the contest, said the University was selected to participate in the contest because it "is on the leading edge of Macintosh…

… want this to be an intellectual exercise that is fun. We want to students to think about the possibilities that will exist in computing in the 21st century." LSA Senior Haran Rashes has started to…

… students design a computer which is smaller than the current Macintosh, has artificial intelligence and responds to verbal commands. "I'm always interested in improving the Macintosh," said Rashes…

September 19, 1989 (vol. 100, iss. 9) • Page Image 12

… Tim Fraleigh Sean Sweat Dave Dimcheff Dan Oden 26:36 26:39 27:03 27:19 27:27 CLASSIFIED ADS! Call 764-0557 Brilliant.' Brilliant work. Apple's most powerful personal computers enable you to create…

…. 1989 Apple Computer, Inc, Apple, the Apple Logo, and Macintosh are registered trademarks, and FOHD and SuperDrive are trademarks of Apple computer, Inc. MS-DOS is a registered trademark of Microsoft…

…T_ _Desk s a Vacuums T abl es f'A V. What you see will be brilliant. Kickoff Sale. Come to the Computer Kickoff Sale Hands on Display at the Michigan Union on the ground floor. With Computer Kickoff…

… prices, you can afford brilliance. Brilliant Options p Mac Plus Mac SE* Mac SE/30* Mac IICX All Mac SE models now have Apple's new "Superdrive" to read MS-DOS, OS/2 and Apple II files. Macintosh…

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…

June 15, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 17) • Page Image 3

… provide a suite of offices so that of small personal computers like the Apple Lisa and Science and Engineering division professors may have office hours on central campus the Apollo computer. Engineering…

… quietly. Merger to create stronger computer dept By ANDREW ERIKSEN and LSA. will remain the same - only the course numoers will LSA students majoring in computer science will Administrators in both…

… engineering computer network this fall as a stronger computer science program at the Univer- tives will be different," said Pollack. result of the merger of two University departments, sity. THE DEPARTMENT is…

… changing slowly to limit according to an LSA dean. THE NEW department will have two divisions: the number of problems for its students. "If the course requires the use of the engineering Computer Science and…

… associate dean Henry Pollack. "I see it as a welcome change," said Prof. Gideon benefits." THE COMPUTERS in the network consist mostly Frieder, who will be the chairman of the Computer There is a plan to…

… students began Prof. George Haddad, the current chairman of the - probably in East Engineering - and to offer paying the $100 fee last fall. electrical and computer engineering department, academic…

… counseling. Some professors will have to The computer and communication sciences depar- will be the chairman of the new department and its commute between North Campus and Central Cam- tment in LSA and the…

… Department of Electrical and electrical engineering division pus to teach classes and hold office hours. Computer Engineering in the College of Engineering THE NEW department will still offer an un- The new…

… department will eventually be moved will officially merge July 1 into the Department of dergraduate degree in computer science for LSA from East Engineering to North Campus when the Electrical Engineering and…

Computer Sciences students and an undergraduate degree in computer new engineering building is complete. The ground (EECS). The faculty will report to James Duder- engineering for engineering students. was…

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…

July 12, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 29) • Page Image 11

… strong computers made by Apple or Zenith at engineering students, access to com in computering, while most were ac- low cost from the University's micro- puters may be a "bargain" but it is cepted - but…

… unacceptable," said Li, a member of At the airport, Li said Taiwan remains the "greatest ob- China's powerful Communist Party Politburo Standing stacle" to better U.S.-Chinese relations. Computers will soon…

… formally approved the plan, Business and engineering students authorize the computing centers and Pauses to refresh they unanimously supported the idea will also have to pay more for their find that there…

… aren't enough people when Van Houweling introduced it at computing, paying $50 more in fees on campus trained touse them. Roberto Goizueta. chairman of the Coca-Cola Co., sips a soft drink at the the…

… said that his and more people ar learning how to us of 'Classic' Coke. ould set up "clusters of 25-50 com- plan is the most inexpensive way for computers before coming to the puters around campus," Van…

… students to have access to computers. University. In addition, he said the S Houweling said. According to Van Houweling, only School of Literature, Science, and the Where these clusters would be private…

… universities are planning Arts would be expanding its computer located, he said, hasn't been decided projects on the same scale as the classes. yet, but he envisions them scattered University, and they require…

… students Billy Frye, the University's vice AUCKLAND, New Zealand (UPI) vessel wer caused by "externally at- in dormitories and libraries around to buy computers. president for academic affairs, Prime…

… such as Angell Hall. each, with some as expensive as any mandatory computer classes for environmental flagship "a major "The explosions, two of them, CURRENTLY, the University has $10,000, he said…

…. University students. criminal act" yesterday and said his blew an 8-foot hole in the hull on the 250 stations available to students for "Our society is changing rapidly," "Computer literacy is a short…

September 08, 1983 (vol. 94, iss. 1) • Page Image 18

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…. THE EQUIPMENT will have varying capabilities - the college is now looking at the Apollo Domain for its more powerful computers, and the Apple Lisa, and the IBM personal computer for less complicated…

…I Page 8-A -The Michigan Daily, Thursday, September 8, 1983 THE ANN ARBOR CANTATA SINGERS BRADLEY BLOOM, Conductor Announces the Auditions for the 198384 Season Engineers pay for new computers

… store on campus 1205 South M-S 9:30-6 University Th, F 9:30-9 bl) 4" 761-7177 By MIKE WESTON Staring this fall, engineering students will have unlimited access to their own computer system-a privilege…

…, and the college's general fund. Duderstadt said the college needs its own computer network because the University's Michigan Terminal. System (MTS) does not offer enough equipment or computer time to…

… meet engineering demand. DUDERSTADT said the new Computer Aided Engineering Network (CAEN) will be a great im- provement over MTS because of its speed, graphics ability, and capacity to communicate…

… Engineering 'Since Engin. 102, I've had only two or three computer assignments. . I've used maybe $35 (worth of computer time) on MTS, and now they want me to pay $100 per term.' -Anthony Searing, an…

… engineering senior Senior Anthony Searing. "I've used maybe $35 (worth) of computer time) on MTS, and now they want me to pay $100 per term." LING YANG, a senior in engineering sciences said. "I never use the…

computer - it's not fair." Duderstadt said the system is needed because engineering students will increasingly use computers in their work. For the time being, the college plans to install 400 to 500…

computers, but the number may eventually run into the thousands, Duderstadt said. Unlike the MTS, each machine will be a self- contained computer, not a terminal hooked up to a system shared by many users…

April 23, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 162) • Page Image 5

…'s Authorwed Dealer 1I Apple Computer Dealer is offering you special savings on I TM1 all Macintosh software in stock. 1 10% off when you buy 2 or more! i 1 (with this ad) I featuring: 1 I MICROSOFT Basic…

…I Sargon II (computer chess) I1 Transylvania (adventure)-I Trivia Dollars & Sense LearningCenterLtd. Mocintosh is otrade- computer and software specialists AppleComputerne . 381 N. Maple Rd., Maple Village…

COMPUTERS The Michigan Daily Tuesday, April 23, 1985 Page 5 v Comedian finds humor in the computer biz NEW YORK (UPI) - Not everybody takes seriously the onslaught into our lives of the…

… omnipresent personal com- puter. Some believe the heavy burden of computers can be lightened with a touch of glee. Comedian Billiam (yes, -that is his real name) Coronel is one of "those people. He uses the…

… foibles of the ,computer industry as the basis for his humor. Because of that, some of his jokes are funnier if you have some knowledge of computers. Fortunately, part of his audience fits neatly into that…

… category. Coronel "writes an electronic humor magazine called Comedy By Wire available to subscribers of the computer service . called The Source. THE SOURCE is one of several databases that are geared to…

… the broad consumer market. It allows customers to do everything on their computers from booking airline tickets to having '"conversations" with people all over 'the world. You can read the wire ser…

…- vices, newspapers, magazines and material written especially for the ser- vice by a variety of specialists. "I bought a computer to organize my act, my mailing lists, and my jokes. A little later, I got…

… High Tech arena this month with the World's first truly disposable computer. Called Real, Real Good News, it will come standard with a keyboard you can chew on and a monitor in either medium or fine…

… Coronel. He even picks on the pope: "Pope John Paul II brought a Radio Shack Model 100 (a popular portable computer) with a modem (a device that allows computer connection over phone lines.) 'I've been…

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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