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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

September 15, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 147) • Page Image 17

… leader in exile. When I told my high school friends that I was getting a Mac four years ago, I was told time and again that Apple computers were "pieces of shit," unless, of course, I was using it for…

… to the solo in "Freebird." Unfortunately, yelling doesn't make either one go faster. When the first true Apple computer was released, it came with not one but two joysticks to play games. The Apple II…

… the birthplace of consumer computer gaming. Apple's early success did not deter IBM, which was cloned to form Compaq, HP and a host of others until today's PC of choice, Dell. With no clones, Mac game…

… and fall of Mac gaming Apple - C, Apple - V I The Tech Column By Forest Casey o some, it's a comfortable scenic seat after a long day of work. To others, it's a nui- sance and a road block in a…

… flavoring and spices and topped off with some partially melted cheese product. However, the customizable additions, such as apple slices, walnuts or artichokes, can perk up the meal's original blandness, and…

…, white iMacs crowded the pit, and people were actually using them for gaming. In the years after Apple founder Steve Jobs' removal from the company, the Mac platform suffered the same slow defeat as a…

… graphics or video editing. I always took that opportunity to lie. Of course I would be creat- ing intricate 3-D models on a computer that takes as long to open Photoshop as it does for Lynyrd Skynyrd to get…

… developers couldn't sell nearly as many games as their PC counter- parts, and the entire field of Mac gaming began to crumble. At least, that is, until 1999. Steve Jobs returned to the helm, salvaging Apple

… with the most successful computer of all time, the iMac. For the Mac faithful, Jobs' second coming was akin to Jesus's almost 2000 years before. People suddenly had a reason to trash their PCs and go Mac…

… been in cardiac arrest for twenty years, and to the Mac platform as a whole. And then this last hope, much like the origi- nal Apple II, started to slip away. Apple nem- esis Microsoft invaded Bungie…

April 06, 2006 (vol. 116, iss. 107) • Page Image 2

… Mac the most versa- tile computer on the market," said Tim Bajarin, a tech industry consultant at Creative Strategies. Apple's new "Boot Camp" software, a "beta" test version available as a free…

… their favorite Windows programs on an Apple-based computer." When Apple introduced its first computer based on Intel Corp. chips in January, the company said it had no intention of selling or supporting…

… from the player's Duke e-mail account just before 2 a.m. on March 14. Software runs Windows on Macs Wall Street reacts kindly to move aimed at upping market share SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) - Shares in Apple

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

November 14, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 52) • Page Image 3

…, which he attributed to a general decline in the computer industry and the company's poor connection with its customers. In order to turn profits around, Apple reorganized its leadership team and focused…

… year. Apple is now the nation's No. 6 com- puter maker, with 3.48-percent market share, according to International Data Corp.'s latest quarterly figures. Dell is the country's top computer maker, with 26…

…. Anderson predicts growth in the success of the iPod, which he says will translate into additional sales when customers shop for personal computers in the future. Complementing the iPod's down- loading…

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…

October 22, 2008 (vol. 119, iss. 35) • Page Image 30

… COMPANY PREFERRED BY 1 Ernst & Young 19.43% 2 Google 17.82% 3 PricewaterhouseCoopers 15.41% 4 Deloitte 15.26% 5 Goldman Sachs 13.59% 6 Walt Disney 13.37% 7 KPMG 12.66% 8 Apple Computer 10.43% 9 JPMorgan 10…

… 1 NASA 21.51% 2 Lockheed Martin Corporation 16.56% 3 Boeing 16.04% 4 Google 15.04% 5 General Electric 11.94% 6 Apple Computer 9.09% 7 Microsoft 8.69% 8 BMW 8.48% 9 Intel 7.82% 10 Walt Disney 7.53% 1…

August 06, 2001 (vol. 116, iss. 75) • Page Image 1

… chalkboard were all an instructor needed to teach reading, writing and arithmetic are long gone. The University's School of Education has teamed up with Apple Computer, Inc. to give K-12 teachers an…

… that option open to scientists is important. A IS FOR APPLE School of Ed. hosts technology conference for K-12 teachers By Elizabeth Kassab Daily News Editor The days when a piece of chalk and a…

… introduction on how to inc.rporate the Internet and iMacs into their curriculums to help students learn. "Apple's real goal ... is to reach out to teachers and to show them what is possible with tcchnology in…

… their classrooms and to provide hem (with) the training that they so despesrtety need," said Cyndy Everest- Bouch, Apple's training and development manager. The fi- day Teacher's Institute, held at the…

… Schoot of Education as part of a group of confere-c across the continent this sum- mer, brings norc than 100 teachers to Ann rbor. E ach pat icipant is loaned an Apple ook, which is ronnected to a wireless…

… Andrew Shirvell, an LSA senior, See STEM CELLS, Page 2 Lack of ! " _ minority coaches n offer on about how the pro- a the classroom. he Apple team is a Stan- e ent who offers a unique the use of technology…

… Division I-A. Twelve of those a COMPUTERS, Page 2 went to black coaches. Currently five blacks are head coaches in Division I-A. The Rev. Jesse Jackson recently met with NCAA officials to discuss ways to…

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

April 06, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 113) • Page Image 21

… the Farmers Mar Sun. 12-9 0 Mon., Wed., Thurs. 11-9:30 Apple Education Store www.apple.com/education/store 1-800-780-5009 U-M Computer Showcase Michigan Union ground level www…

….itd.umich.edu/sales Specialized in barbecue for over 30 years! Catering Available 64-Sales ®1999 Apple Computer Inc. All rights reserved. The Apple logo is a registered trademark and iook is a trademark of Apple Computer, Inc…

…- oriented in stack after stack of them. The Grad's the happenin' place. Word. Angell Hall (Best Computing Center) Chalk up two awards this year for the stately-looking building on State Street. Check your e…

…-mail, print that paper, chat with your compadres and pace the aisles endlessly ... wait- ing for a computer. It all goes down in the Fishbowl, day in and daysout. Winning the Game (Best Thing About Football…

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

October 26, 2009 (vol. 120, iss. 33) • Page Image 9

… properties. WANT TO WRITE FOR DAILY NEWS? E-mail smilovitz@michigandaily.com to get started. Halloween Treats! Treat yourself to newer, lower prices on select Apple products, while suppies last. Price drops…

… on select MacBook Pros and all previous generation iPods October 20 - October 30. MacBook Pro 13"w/ 3yr AppleCare (two roodes to choose from) $1,182 and $1,400 MacBook Pro 15", 2.53 processor w/ 3yr…

…) $124 Two UM Computer Showcase Locations to serve you: Michigan Union and Pierpont Commons Store Hours: 9-6, M-F at both locations. http://showcase.itcs.umich.edu computer.showcase@umich.edu …

September 24, 2008 (vol. 119, iss. 17) • Page Image 15

…0 e 0 e 0 0 0 6B The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 24, 2008 QUOTES OF THE WEEK i:. X Showdown in the Fishbowl The "Mac V. PC" culture war As Apple would have it, your choice of laptop…

…," she said. While the actual numb computers (132) does o the count of its operating counterpart (91), Fishbov puter consultant Sakif Im the aesthetic appeal of Ma more students in. "I think people nowa…

… draws days go e of the bigger," ple going the new d at the said that rs go for will .look o a large c, which he Macs eir deci- sions on whichever computer is available. Mohit Mehan, LSA junior and Mac…

… try to get what you can get, because it's a mad rush," he said. But this struggle extends beyond the glass walls of Angell Hall's computing site. Dumas, the Wired editor, said that while Microsoft…

… dominates the market, Apple's small yet engaged consumer base is a very big asset. "Microsoft has a lot of peo- ple who use their product so in terms of sheer numbers, PCs are definitely winning," he said…

…. "But Macs are slowly gaining market share and they have a very, sort of small, niche group of people who are very, very dedicated to Apple and Macs." The clearest example of this cul- tural schism…

…, according to Dumas, is Apple's ad campaign starring actor Justin Long as the hipster incarnation of a Mac and humor- ist John Hodgeman as the uncool and absentminded personification of a PC. In the U.S., this…

…, Bill Gates, and comedian Jerry Sein- feld, as an attempt "to make them- selves look and feel sort of cooler, to tap into (Apple's) market." But for Mehan, the cultural implications of choosing an oper…

…'s going to work." Dumas said the Mac operating system is actually "more stable" than Microsoft's Vista operat- ing system. This is because Apple builds the latest version of its operating software onto the…

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…

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

September 15, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 147) • Page Image 19

… 2005 Apple Computer. Inc. All rights reserved. Culture Bus Arts at Michigan presents this bus trip to the Michigan Renaissance Festival for students, faculty and staff, complete with Irish music and…

… more health-con- scious customers. If that's not enough, El-Awar has a lot more planned. In the next few weeks, the store will start selling homemade caramel apples and smoothies, and El-Awar said he…

…. University Hours: 9 a.m. -10:30 p.m. every day. Sweet U Candy Store on South Univer made and original treats. - (And you don't want to leave your room and computer?) (What can be any easier? You'll never…

… with your everyday education discount save up to $479.** But act now. The offer is only good through September 24, 2005. www.apple.com/go/backtoschool *Offer is for qualified Apple Education Individual…

… apply. See Official Offer Coupon or visit www.apple.com/go/backtoschool. qu479 savings based on $300 education discount on purchase of a 17-inch PowerBook and $179 rebate on a qualifying iPod. TM and 0…

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

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

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

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

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

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

March 21, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 99) • Page Image 11

…-M Students Apple iBooks starting at $1,149 AirPort Base Station $281. Extra Springtime Savings through March 31,2002 at www. apple.com/education/store U-M Computer Showcase 64-SAGES Michigan Union ground…

… Original Song or Song Adaptation score. We're back to one collective lumping of film music, which pits those cute little Dis- U: Apple AirPort and iBook. ney scores against our favorite war themes…

… level www.apple.com/education/store …

October 30, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 41) • Page Image 15

… independent filmmakers guaranteed to give you chills on Halloween night I LAURA SHLECTER/Daily LAURA SHLECTER/Daily aramel apples are among the many perks of visiting Wiard's Orchards ... and so are…

… it's the comforting and mouth-watering taste of apple cider and doughnuts that attracts droves of people to places like Wiard's Orchards in Ypsilanti, or maybe it really is just a favorite hobby of…

…, the property, which covers nearly 200 acres, will be closing its gates for the season. Those who miss out on sinking their teeth into a juicy hand-selected apple will have to wait until June. The…

… tempting fare spans beyond the basic, but still delicious, doughnuts and cider. For the more adventurous sweet tooth, homemade caramel apples back- on visitors with their promise of sugary indulgence. Hot…

… chocolate and popcorn also complement the menu. While time is quickly running out before the orchards are closed to the public, Wiard's proffers the community with activities galore, including apple and…

…] the unsettled stomach (the Night Terrors website instructs visitors to wear a diaper). Just what type of bloodcurdling attractions can an apple orchard boast? Timbers deems these sites, which last…

…. ~ You can't send infected attachments. Complete your protection by installing the free antivirus software (VirusScan and Virex) available to all University members.* Protecting you against computer

December 08, 2005 (vol. 116, iss. 45) • Page Image 4

…'m will- by a bagillion people of Crown Royal. ing to share this index of anti-hipster justi- before me, about a Sadly, my beloved Karma has developed fications, but only for the Apple-consistent bagillion…

…- an hour and a half on a charge now, barely My experience has not been all Bono and chase, I compromised a decision I had made long enough to find a computer in the Fish- uncontrollable shadow…

…'t produce the Karma any- and it's not even here yet. Apple offers you his own life than buy a Dodge truck. more, much less a replacement battery, so the chance to laser-engrave something clev- I suppose I am…

…- - because I don't have a beef with Apple as a If anyone else out there is shopping for a al suggestions from apple.com). Disappoint- company. In fact, I enjoyed quite a few hours high-capacity mp3 player, let…

… me save you the ingly, Apple decided that my selection was during elementary school playing Oregon trouble of reading the reviews: None of the inappropriate because it contained the word Trail…

…, Lemonade Stand and Spell-a-vator on players are terrible, most are pretty good and "bastard." I ended up forgoing the engraving my old Apple HIe. Lessons from those green- the iPod is almost always at the…

…. But and "Thanks for the bitch, I love my new wasn't with all of Apple, just with the iPod frankly, it's also the most attractive piece of dog!", will join my call for First Amend- and the whole uber…

… class warrior or anything, I visuals that Apple could conjure. I, like so any grievances I had if Apple could man- just didn't see what the big deal was. When many others, was sold in part on the idea of…

April 11, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 116) • Page Image 3

… Teaching and co-sponsored by Apple Computer. As part of the Golden Apple tradition, Rubadeau will give his ideal last lecture, "My Life (In Quotes)." English Prof. Ralph Williams - the 1992 Golden Apple

… president's impeachment. One read, "Unemploy Nixon - not me." Yesterday's tour was Nixon's first since his re-election campaign, draw- ing a large flock of reporters from Golden Apple winner to deliver ideal…

… Theater at the Michigan League. Rubadeau, an English lecturer, is the winner of the 15th annual Golden Apple Award, presented by the Hillel subsidiary group Students Honoring Outstanding Univer- sity…

… to go knowing what he wants to say," McKinney said. "I'm definitely in for a surprise." Rubadeau's students and colleagues had nothing but praise for the Golden Apple winner. Allison said he enjoys…

… and my crazy professor, John Rubadeau. I know that for the rest of my life, I will never forget that man nor stop talking about him. I am so proud that he is receiving the Golden Apple Award. He truly…

… deserves it." The Golden Apple Award was founded by Hillel in 1991 to honor instructors who give outstanding lectures every day as if it were their last chance to reach out to their students, accord- ing to…

… the Golden Apple Award website. SHOUT received more than 500 votes this year, and Rubadeau was one of the top vote-getters, said LSA junior David Ravvin, co-chair of SHOUT. The award was chosen based on…

March 14, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 97) • Page Image 9

… ARTS The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, March 14, 2001 -9- Apple dishes out goods with new titanium PowerBook G4 By Kiran Divvela Daily Arts Writer You know a computer is cool when your computer

… one of the first to have a built-in DVD player makes u it clear that Apple has their hand on the pulse of what people are really looking for out of a portable computer. Basically, with a screen that…

…-igno- rant philosophy major roommate thinks so. Even those with- out computer savvy know this is a - -. marvel of engineering. With its sports car styling, processing power and phat hard drive, this is…

… the fastest laptops available. So ____________ not only is it very elegant on the out- side, it's well-designed on the inside. Even better, its 10 GB hard drive Mmm, Computer. Swe (expandable to 30 GB…

… display. The 15.2-inch display makes it a perfect portable media unit. Anyone that uses their computer for anything more than word processing, won't be able to go back to a smaller display after gazing into…

…*S..LV %v Wf l cI tS * L a "1" Vaio, whose computers are all, ugh, gray and purple. Also, an included DVD player, there is without a doubt no bette M inute the silvery finish doesn't hurt its suave design…

December 04, 2007 (vol. 118, iss. 62) • Page Image 10

… sync itto your iPod in minutes. University of Michigan Students, Faculty, and Staff, take advantage of your education discount on Macs and Apple software at the U-M Computer Showcase. U-M Computer

… kwanzaa o graduation E1my birthday Is MacBook Pro -.. Enjoy the power of a desktop computer inthe one-inch-thin profile of MacBook Pro. With its up to 2.2GHz Intel Core Duo processor and PCI Express…

October 05, 2006 (vol. 117, iss. 23) • Page Image 2

… stalemate with Hamas radicals who control part of the Palestinian government. SAN JOSE, Calif. Jobs apologizes for Apple's stock practices Apple Computer Inc. CEO Steve Jobs apologized yesterday for the…

… support showed signs of cracking yesterday as Republicans fled an election-year scandal spawned by steamy computer messages from disgraced Rep. Mark Foley to teenage male pages. At the same time, a…

… company's past stock-option practices after a three-month investigation raised "serious con- cerns" in connection with the accounting, recording and reporting of grants. The iPod and Macintosh computer

… maker also announced the resignation of for- mer Chief Financial Officer Fred Anderson from the company's board of directors. "I apologize to Apple's shareholders and employees for these problems, which…

December 13, 2000 (vol. 111, iss. 52) • Page Image 15

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

October 20, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 33) • Page Image 1

… Students who want to buy individual songs online instead of downloading them illegally can now access songs from the same store, no matter what type of computer they use. Apple launched a new version of its…

… "South U 40," where contestants chug a 40- ounce beer and then race four laps around the block. Apple releases PC-compatible website for iPods By Tomislav Ladika press release states. experience…

…." according to the Apple news release. But many Daily Staff Reporter "Apple and AOL are making it easy for AOL's Despite the potential benefits of the alliance, college students continue to illegally download…

…. 25 million U.S. members to legally buy music online," Apple Chief Executive Officer Steve Jobs said in a written statement. "With just More than 400 one click, AOL members JV~ will be able to legally…

… be downloade preview, purchase and download music from the iTunes Mu the iTunes Music Store's catalog of more than 400,000 songs." 0 Ad us: Apple will now have to compete with online companies such…

… as Rhapsody Digital Music Ser- vice and BuyMusic.com 000 ~n SCan to sell songs to people 00 songs can using Windows-based legally from computers. But tracks from the 4c Store. other online companies…

December 03, 2009 (vol. 120, iss. 59) • Page Image 12

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

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

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

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

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

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

December 12, 2001 (vol. 112, iss. 51) • Page Image 1

… by Engineering senior Brian Netter with the news that he Is the 2002 recipient of the Golden Apple Award as Stephanie Ballantyne from Hillel looks on. Egineenn g prof recipient of 2002 Gold Apple Award…

… might have thought he won the Publish- er's Clearing House sweepstakes. But instead he was informed that he had been selected as this year's Golden Apple Award winner. "This is wonderful!" shouted Soloway…

… professor of electrical engineering and computer sci- ence, he said his courses are not just about learning computers but also how computers affect his students' lives. "It's an opportunity to think of how…

… they fit into the world of computers," Soloway said. "It's trying to figure out how what Microsoft does relates to their life." Students of Soloway who sent in nomi- nations agreed with his philosophy on…

April 21, 2009 (vol. 119, iss. 134) • Page Image 1

… six students are using the 75 available computers in the computer lab. But these stu- dents aren't just students - they're athletes, and they're the only stu- dents allowed to use the building. The Ross…

… be allowed. He explains there is not enough space for the athletes let alone the entire student body. "It's so crowded by 750 student- athletes that we don't have enough computers and computer stations…

… lecture tonight. Williams, who received both his He was the recipient of the Gold- ever Lifetime Achievement Golden bachelor's degree and Ph.D. from en Apple Teaching Award in 1992. Apple Award. the…

March 19, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 97) • Page Image 14

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April 20, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 138) • Page Image 20

… music device is worth buying is its sound quality. There wasn't any sound degradation when I transferred music over and the earbuds that come a , Courtesy of Apple Computers' This costs more than your…

… expensive gadget, rarely do you think the packaging is well designed. Usually you just want to tear it off in search of the prize inside. Not so with the iPod, Apple's digital music player. Even the packaging…

… design, allowing you to move incredibly quickly through your songs. This is a necessity because the iPod comes equipped with a voluminous 5- gigabyte hard drive. Apple's marketing catch phrase of "1…

…,000 songs in your pocket" is actually an understatement (for once). The iPod could probably hold about 1,200. It gets easier. After connecting the iPod to your Mac, iTunes (Apple's digi- tal music jukebox…

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

…- ciate the skip free quality of your music. Apple has built 20 minutes of skip pro- tection into the iPod. That's not a typo. Even if you throw it around (which I do not recommend) it won't skip a beat…

…. Now to one of the hallmark features about anything by Apple: its design. I hate using the word "sexy" to describe consumer electronics so I'll say that this is one of the most mouth-watering digi- tal…

… devices on the market. The front sports a bright, crisp screen with an incredibly bright backlight and is the distinct white color Apple uses on all its products. Its back is a mirror-like stain- less steel…

… with an etched Apple logo and "iPod" under it. Right now the iPod is Mac only. A company called Mediafour is working on software to make it Windows com- patible later this year. It won't be as good an…

… build the swelling choral effects on the coda. "I'm a big believer in computers. For this music they're essential. I don't think they take away. I'm not one of those people who think digital technology is…

May 30, 2006 (vol. 116, iss. 120) • Page Image 30

… address- ing Michigan's crisis, but nothing more. Apr. 6, 2006 Zbrozek is a fall/winter co-editorial page editor. He can be reached at zbro@umich.edu. I __ . . he Washington apples in the University…

… dissatisfied, wondering if perhaps they were the University's way of teaching students that appearances can be deceiving. As far as I'm concerned, Washington Red Deli- cious apples are not food, much less apples

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November 06, 2000 (vol. 111, iss. 27) • Page Image 8

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December 05, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 65) • Page Image 1

…-mail, file system space for students and faculty and other information. Instead, Telnet will be replaced by Secure Shell, or SSH, a program designed to increase computer security. The new server can be…

…, they could potentially get in there and delete the whole thing," said Janine Ovens, computer systems con- sultant for the geology department. Hackers within or outside of the University community could…

… through Telnet to access e-mail. "We will run Pine," Sandy Colombo, director of the UM Computing Environment, said. "That's the biggest confusion that people have had with this." Both Telnet and SSH allow…

computers. Also, students traveling abroad may have difficulty accessing their e-mail with SSH. "Let's say you're a student and you're traveling someplace, and you walk into a cyber- cafe. How do you get SSH…

… Golden Apple Award. As Lassiter's students applauded and cheered - one surprised student responded with a loud "Oh My God" - Lassiter stood on the stage looking modest and slightly embarrassed. "Well, let…

… senior John Schwartz. "He uses a lot of media and he involves a lot of pop culture and things we've grown up on." The Golden Apple Award is an annual award given to professors through the group Students…

… Honoring Outstanding University Teaching. Stu- dents nominate their favorite profes- sors, and the recipient gives the annual "Ideal Last Lecture" in January. The actual Golden Apple Award is given at the…

… Golden Apple said Lassiter inspires them through his creative lectures and because he is not afraid to take up con- troversial issues. "He presents fair and unbiased pre- sentations of history while…

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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April 11, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 132) • Page Image 2

… $50. Police have no suspects. mouse swiped WHERE: Michigan Union WHEN: Wednesday at about 3:45 p.m. WHAT: An Apple computer mouse and a dish of food were stolen from a third-floor room sometime…

… I CRIME NOTES CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES Graffiti found Food, computer Funkyard Wars Men's Glee Club outside dorm WHERE: Fletcher Hall WHEN: Wednesday at 10 a.m. WHAT: A graffiti was found spray…

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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…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 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…

January 17, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 60) • Page Image 14

… a comput- er, contemplating the afternoon's grocery purchases for dinner. My friends never comprehended my skewed perception of the family and constantly questioned the peculiarities of my life. What…

… action that takes place early on at the Ann Arbor Farmer's Market in Kerrytown. Vendors from near and far (far as in over an hour away) arrive in Ann Arbor early enough to set up tables to sell apples

… practically empty and the only fruit for sale was apples, which makes sense due to the limitations from cold weather. I soon learned that the majority of the market commotion takes place very early, even before…

… the selling begins. "My best apples are gone by 7 (a.m.). Some people even get here at 6 (a.m.) to buy apples to take with them to work," explained Alex Nemeth, a vendor whose fam- ily has been coming…

… to Ann Arbor from its orchard to participate in the selling for over 70 years. While many of his apples had already been purchased, he still had an abundance of Red Delicious and Jonathan apples (a…

… tart apple cleverly named after apple pioneer Johnny Appleseed). One would think that Nemeth is the most successful due to his prices being the lowest at the market, but he still insisted that "There…

… really isn't any competition between the apple vendors." Like Nemeth, many of the vendors come from fami- lies which have been connected to the market or farming for many years. Chelsea resident Nancy…

… away. I considered finding Alex Nemeth so that I could pur- chase the biggest apple and throw it at the honey guy, but I resisted. The Farmer's Market is not a place for brawling. It is a place where…

December 07, 2005 (vol. 116, iss. 44) • Page Image 4

… selling CDs that contain Extended Copying Protection software - a lovely euphemism for what is little more than a com- mercially distributed computer virus. The innocent-looking XCP software auto- matically…

… installs itself on Windows comput- ers and limits listeners' ability to copy the CD's music - supposedly protecting Sony from untold lost profits. But while copy-pro- tection software keeps Sony safe, it…

… also puts buyers' computers at risk. This type of pro- gram, called a rootkit, lurks on users' systems - undetected even by antivirus software - and makes computers more susceptible to viruses. Viruses…

… provided only a flawed uninstall program that left computers even more vulnerable. Thomas Hesse, president of Sony BMG's global digital business division, told National Public Radio, "Most people don't even…

… that it'll simply find a bigger, better copy-protection program that does the job without jeopardizing computer security. Neiburger suggested that Sony's mistakes could generate the backlash needed to…

… the Napster mess as a copyright-friendly way to make money off digital media. But for all its popularity, Apple, not the buyer, is in total control. Apple can "change, suspend, remove, or disable access…

December 05, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 65) • Page Image 3

… LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Friday, December 5, 2003 - 3 Computing team wins seat in global contest Exhibit uses body movements to make art "Roly Wholly Over," an interac- tive media…

… and a trip to Prague for the first time since 1997 by qualifying for a worldwide comput- er-programming competition. The team, consisting of undergraduate computer science students Nuttapong Chentanez…

… Contest, which was organized by the Association for Computing Machinery and was sponsored by IBM. At November's competition, teams had to solve as many programming problems as possible in the five-hour time…

… Compton, an electrical engineering and computer science pro- fessor. "These students can write up to four pro- grams in two hours." Although the competition was held on Nov. 8, results of the schools that…

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September 11, 2008 (vol. 119, iss. 8) • Page Image 5

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September 13, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 159) • Page Image 10

… horror movie not worth the $8 ticket price. .0 *Buy an iPod and a PowerBook or iBook (excluding iPod mini and 12-inch iBook with CD-ROM) from the Apple Store for Education Individuals or U-M Computer

… lyrics on "Apple Cobbler" wouldn't sound odd coming from Bow Wow. Nothing here is as disastrous as his last release, 10, but the MC most people became acquaint- ed with through UPN sitcoms is still nowhere…

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