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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…

August 13, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 14) • Page Image 1

…, an investment by Microsoft of $150 million in non-voting Apple stock. In terms of how this consortium will affect the University, which uses both IBM and Macintosh computers, Jill Arnold, director of…

… ailing Apple [E By Christine M. Palk Daily Staff Reporter rvival of the fittest? rwin may have believed that only the fittest would succeed, but this may not be the case for Microsoft Corp. and Apple

Computer, Inc.. For the two major companies, which announced one of the biggest alliances in computer history last week, it is more of a symbiotic relationship. The agreement between the two compa- nies will…

… include a broad patent cross- licensing agreement, various versions of so are and applications for both the M ntosh and IBM-compatible computers, collaborations on Internet software and most significantly…

… working on so that we can use them for our benefit," she said. The arch-rivals reached the deal at 2 a.m. last Wednesday. Hours later, Apple director and co-founder Steve Jobs and Microsoft chair and CEO…

Apple to a much smaller market. Likewise, many loyal Mac users are con- fused, disappointed and wonder why Apple stooped to "begging" Microsoft for money. *terms: N MIcrosoft will invest…

… -....,.".."." $150 million in Apple. 8 Versions of software and applications for both Macs and IBM. Appl I Collaborations on Intemet software. So what are the benefits for both compa- nies? John Pinette, a Microsoft…

…- sidering our eight million customers who use the Mac platform," Pinette said. "We see our backing of Apple as necessary." In reality, the two companies have always been co-dependent behind the scenes - to…

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

January 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…

March 14, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 94) • Page Image 1

…itW ig n One hundred three years of editorial freedom Untti Vol. IV, Na 94 Arm Arhorr Michigan - Monday, March 14, C) 1994 The Michigan Daily NewApple computer *debuts this morning By SCOT WOODS…

… DAILY STAFF REPORTER The much-awaited Power PC mi- croprocessor will make its campus debut this morning. * Apple will present the long- awaited next generation of personal computers at a 10 a.m. unveiling…

… at the Campus Computer Showcase on the ground floor of the Union. The unveiling will be via satellite from Apple's California headquarters. Known as the Power Macintosh line of computers, the new…

Computing (CISC) chips, which include virtually all chips used in current personal computers. The Power PC microprocessor is the result of a three-year collabora- tion between Apple, IBM and Motorola. In a…

… machines can run Macintosh, Windows and *DOS applications at the same time. Apple claims the new processor can run Windows and DOS programs at a speed comparable to an Intel 486 chip. Jonathan Freeman, one…

… of three Apple student representatives on cam- pus, said, "It's going to be an amazing show." Food will be served while visitors examine three models featur- ing the Power PC processor. The new…

computers fall into the *medium-high price range, beginning at about $1,600 for the Power Macintosh 8100. One strong selling point of the Power Macintosh computers is that the basic operating system is System…

… 7.2, providing a familiar environment for old Macintosh users. The Power PC screen looks like any Macintosh. When Windows or DOS is in use, a new window opens on the System 7.2 desktop. Apple claims…

… its new computers outperform Macintosh computers emulating an IBM-compatible be- cause the Power PC chip is based on Reduced Instruction Set Computing (RISC) technology. "The technology is simple, and…

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…

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…

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…

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…

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

November 28, 1989 (vol. 100, iss. 58) • Page Image 1

Apple computers at the University's annual fall Computer Kickoff, but the sale leaves local com- puter distributors furious. Frustrated with the University for contracting with Apple Computer Inc., the…

Computer Inc. Apple sells a certain number of computers to the University at wholesale prices. Stu- dents, faculty and staff members can then purchase them at cost (plus a shipping and handling price…

…- versities have increasingly made special contracts with manufacturers to allow students to purchase their prod- ucts without going through a retailer. The University of Michigan has such a contract with Apple

…). Defenders of the University's computer sale say it is one way the University can help students cut the cost of eAtinicion Live liver transplant makes U.S. CHICAGO (AP) - A mother trying to save her daughter…

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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…

September 28, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 13) • Page Image 1

… facility, in Room 3003 of the Chemistry Building, has 13 Apple Macintoshes, 39 Zeniths and a LaserPrinter. The $254,000 cluster -is part of the University's plan to have 1,500 open computers on campus by…

… women wre- reluctant to testify and subject them- See DEFENDANT, Page 2 I New 'U' computer center opens today By RYAN TUTAK Today, the University opens this fall's first new computer center. The…

… 1989. With the new center, there will be more than 1,000 computers on cam- pus open to students, faculty and staff. It is the last cluster the Universi- ty will open until September 1989, when the…

… University finishes con- struction of a new center with 300 computers in the Angell-Mason Hall courtyard. The Chemistry Building was chosen to house the new facility be- cause of its central location; accord…

…- ing to Deborah Masten, assistant di- rector at the Computer Center for Public Facility. More than 3,000 first-year stu- dents take introductory chemistry in the building, said Masten. "The freshmen…

…, department faculty "are very, excited because our general chemistry course will use the very extensive software library." The library had been only available on old, worn out computers. The programs have now…

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

September 14, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 3) • Page Image 1

…, the University has contracted with three major computer manufacturers to provide products to students and staff for about 50 percent of the retail prices. Representatives from Apple Computers, IBM, and…

… Zenith Data Systems were at the Michigan Union Ballroom yesterday for the "Computer Kickoff '87 Hands-On Day" to display their models and to answer any questions. Last year, only Apple participated in the…

….meone to be selected and ready to assume office Jan. 1," said Robin Jacoby, an aide to Shapiro. See FLEMING, Page 7 'U' expands computer sale this 'year By RYAN TUTAK In an effort to increase computer use…

… goal of working computers into campus life. "To have a complete education is to understand information technology," said Gregg Weiss, microcomputer sales manager for the University and coordinator of the…

… sale. "If the University could afford it, they would give everyone a computer. That's how important they think it is. They do the next best thing - to See IBM, Page 8 Koch to head dlelegation to…

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

December 01, 1983 (vol. 94, iss. 70) • Page Image 1

… for the college to pay Apple Computers, Inc. and Apollo Computer between $4 million and $7 million to provide approximately 1,000 computers over the next two years. THE NEW system, which has been…

…'s general fund, private donations, and loans. Phillips said the college's Computer Policies Committee chose Apple and Apollo to supply the new system. He said a number of firms were in- vestigated prior to…

… academic program coor- ONCE BOTH sides agreed that autonomy from See CULS OFFICE, Page 5 a e r'1 v e d e n e Ty C J7 Engineering college set to expand computer network By THOMAS MILLER An agreement…

… between the College of Engineering and two major computer manufacturers could put microcom- puters on every engineering student's desk within a few years, officials in the college say. Plans currently call…

… operating since the beginning of the term, already had computer terminals located in East Engineering Building, the Chrysler Center, and the Dow Building. The million-dollar expansion, to be formally…

… announced at a press conference tomorrow, marks the college's plan to make the computer network the most sophisticated univer- sity system in the nation. Future expansions may provide each engineering student…

… that fee. AS THE system grows, officials said, students may eventually be offered the option to buy a computer. However, aerospace Prof. Richard Phillips, who is directing the project, said such plans…

… are still a long way off. "It's still too early to tell what the long term plans will be," he said. "We're just starting, but we'll be rapidly heading towards a computer in every room in a year and a…

…. Phillips said current plans to buy 1,000 computers from the firms over the next two years may change as prices fall. "Exactly what we'll be able to buy a year from now is hard to say," he said. FUNDS FOR the…

April 21, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 137) • Page Image 1

… would grow. Computer Center (NUBS) yesterday fternoon, all 75 Apple Macintosh and Some claimed it was the result of a Ontel terminals were in use. A computer science professors' plot to monitor said it…

…, Page 8. Daily Photo by DAN HABIB (17), and Dieter Heren (35) celebrate Jack Walker's fumble recovery in Saturday's spring intrasquad football game. Students suffer year- end computer crunch By MICHAEL…

… LUSTIG Mastering the art of under- statement, if not the art of time Procrastination is the name of the management, Bob Lazich, an LSA game in computer programming freshman who had been waiting for a…

… classes at the University. Students computer for two hours and faced who wait until the last minute may not another hour wait, said "I'll be here a pass through long lines - and they while." may not pass in…

… their programs. Most introductory computer THE situation was no less grim at programs are due tonight at midnight the Undergraduate Library computer and apparently most students waited center. While…

… Zenith computers were until this weekend to get on a ter- available in the early afternoon, 20 minal. people waited on line for Macintoshes and a monitor predicted the line AT THE North University Building…

… was the "businest day jam the centers and make them pay of the year. People are waiting three for procrastinating. to four hours for a terminal and then But Jerry Turner, a computer another 45 minute to…

… yester- the students to get started early." He day at the Union Computing Center added that the computing centers get she called her situation a "night- jammed because many students mare.' procrastinate…

March 09, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 91) • Page Image 1

… drives. "However, it should be noted that Apple Computers no longer makes a computer with a floppy disk drive in it," Anastasia said. Nathalie Welch, a products spokesperson for the California-based Apple

… friends as her younger sister Maddie watches. The two were working In the Angell Hall Computing Site yesterday. Some studelt unhappy Wticomp,-uter upgrades~ By Nick Bunkley Daily Staff Reporter Information…

… Technology Division staff members spent Spring Break installing all new computers in the Angell Hall Computing Site, but not all students said they are happy with the changes. The site's new Macintosh…

computers do not have floppy disk drives - meaning students must find alternate methods to save and transfer their files. "Disk drives are an issue, in that there isn't one," said Karin Mayer, an Engineering…

… senior who was using one of the new Macintosh computers yesterday. Dino Anastasia, manager of ITD Campus Computing Sites, said he is aware that some students have com- plained about the lack of disk…

Computers, said the company decided to nix floppy disk drives in its newest line of Macintosh computers for several reasons. "The three main things that the flop- py disk drive was invented for are no longer…

…-mail provides a reli- able way to send files between sever- al computers, eliminating the need for a floppy disk. Another option for University stu- dents is storage space on the Institutional File System network…

…, which allots each student a private file directory accessible from any computer. The problem with IFS, said LSA senior Tibor Tuske, is that it is unreli- able and many students are unfamiliar with its use…

…. While writing a paper in the Angell Hall Computing Site yes- terday afternoon, Tuske said the com- puter he was using would not let him save to IFS. Anastasia said ITD is "in the See COMPUTERS, Page 7…

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 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…

April 15, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 113) • Page Image 1

…, Director led the institution's Department of Electrical and Computer Engi- neering and was a professor there since 1977. Director said he now looks forward to working at a larger, more research…

… Arslanovski, was able to Ommunicate Friday with her class- mates in Grand Rapids via the, Internet and a quickcam camera. "Personal computers can be a valu- able tool," Arslanovski said. "We can Bone…

… on their way to southern Lebanon and that they will strike Israel abroad as well. First woman to deliver Golden Apple lecture By Patience Atkin Daily Staff Reporter For any student who ever wondered…

… what the "f' word means, tonight's Golden Apple Award lecture may shed some light on the subject. Carol Boyd, this year's recipient of the Golden Apple Award, will deliver her ideal last lecture, titled…

… of Nursing, said she assumes that the "f' word refers to "feminism." "At least, that's what she said," Hinshaw said. Previous Golden Apple recipients in- clude English Prof. Ralph Williams, his- tory…

… Prof. Sidney Fine, chemistry Prof. Brian Cnnol n h~is torv Prof Tomn polls University students to select a Golden Apple winner. "It's a campuswide selection pro- cess," Kraut said. He said that this…

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…

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

January 30, 1990 (vol. 100, iss. 82) • Page Image 1

… complete health. non-discriminatory; it may affect any A computer virus, which destroys disk unlocked disk that fits into any Apple files and renders them irretrievable, is Macintosh computer. continuing to…

… Union. Pesky computer virus plagues campus disks by Laura Masini Not Nyquil, Vitamin C or even chicken difficulty purging it because unknowing stu- soup can cure students of a virus plaguing dents have…

… same easily and quickly, said Senior Computer way, have been detected at campus sites. Systems Specialist Jim Sullivan. Like a Computer center monitors recommend all biological virus, it spreads by…

March 12, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 109) • Page Image 1

… - Tuesday, March 12, 1991 TheMichigan Dail hiaLal ITD may enege on ResComp payment by Andrew Lev Iraq bombs rebels, destroys holy sites * Residence hall computing ser- vices could be jeopardized next…

computing centers could become even more crowded if proposed ITD cuts affect residence hall computer center clusters. Associated Press Saddam Hussein's troops shelled Shiite Muslim. rebels in mosques in the…

…. "If ResComp's budget was significantly reduced, RA's, ResComp coordinators, ResComp trainers, and RD's might lose ac- cess to the computer loan fund," said Havlicek. The computer loan fund pro- vides…

computers free of charge to residence hall staff and many ResComp employees during the school year. "Users might see a cutback in open hours for each ResComp cluster. ResComp services such as learning…

… workshops, computer usage workshops, and consulting hours might seriously drop. Basi- cally, everything that is ResComp would be a possible source of cuts," added Havlicek. LSA first-year student Scott Beal…

… myself but I've got a couple thou- sand dollars in it," he quipped. Westen received $2,000 dollars along with his Golden Apple trophy. ,'m going to miss Michigan a lot' - Drew Westen professor of…

…'s first Golden Apple Award. Executive Director for Univer- "That $2,000 about doubles I 1- ~ j …

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

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

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

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

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

September 26, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 15) • Page Image 1

…, Michigan-Saturday, September26, 1981 Ten Cents Ten Pages T ired or lack o credentials By DAVID CRAWFORD After lecturer David Frisque announced to announced to his junior-level computer engineering students…

… and offered to teach the section of ECE 364 - one even came with the recom- .endation of the other TA. After a brief meeting with the associate chairman of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Depar…

… kitchen is "very short- staffed." An increase, in the labor budget will be necessary, Kluck said. It will not be clear whether the ser- vice has raised food costs until the figures are computed next month…

… have tied the knot electronically in the heart of Silicon Valley,-so named because of the number of computer firms there. And, though the ceremony seems more like-a bank transaction than a wedding, the…

… electronic preacher, an Apple II com- puter. "Groom, what's your name?" The first couple ex- changed data on Valentine's Day. Another pair - the bride in white, the groom in a tux - asked for a printout of…

… their wedding as a romantic souvenir. Rev. Apple is the brain- alternative for local mail delivery has been thwarted by the U.S. Postal Service. "I got put out of business," Cooper, 29, said Thursday…

… delivering a bushel of Michigan apples to Maryland Gov. Harry Huges - his end of the wager on last week's Thomas Hearns-Sugar Ray Leonard fight. Milliken bet the fruit that Hearns, a Detroit native, would…

December 05, 2014 (vol. 124, iss. 36) • Page Image 1

… evalu- supplied computer ate whether it wished to make use of a similar type of scope on repair equipment, its existing rifles. However, she said the riflescopes that were protective barriers obtained…

…, including ground during a crime scene, riflescopes, computer hard- accordingto Brown. ware and privacy scene barri- In addition, two listings of ers, according to documents "Computer Repair Equipment…

…. for the University's Depart- Joy Rohde, an assistant pro- ment of Public Safety, said the See SURPLUS, Page 3 LSA junior Brenda Martinez makes a caramel apple spice drink in the Union Starbucks on…

September 15, 1988 (vol. 99, iss. 6) • Page Image 1

…' autumn in an apple orchard More than a thousand visitors are expected to come to Wiard's Orchards ins Ypsilanti each weekend until late October. Taylor resident Carol O'Neal makes a new friend at the…

… petting barn. Ypsilanti resident Ron Hoge climbs an apple tree for hard-to-reach McIntosh apples.. Photos by Karen HandelmanM hij ackers MASERU, Lesotho (AP) --South African police killed three hijackers…

… enrollments are increasing rapidly, the University must adjust the budget to make room for the added students, Kennedy said. Also, he said, next year's budget proposal reflects computer improvements these…

October 27, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 38) • Page Image 1

…/ Daily) Students see double with new monitors in com uting sites a ,f '6 New Macs feature faster processing, twice the desktop space By Michael Kan Daily Staff Reporter Touted by Apple as the world…

…'s fastest personal computer, the Power Mac G5 is now available for student use at Univer- sity computer sites. The new machines' most noticeable advantage over their predecessors is a second monitor that…

… G5s for student use. The School of Education's media center has 2ao dde~d 19Qof themn to its colle~c- with computer technology, said Boof Jones, the Fishbowl's computing site manager. "G5s are very…

… fast computers, a top-of-the line machine," Jones said He added that the computer comes with better hardware that can operate the newest software. When first using the Power Mac G5s in Angell Hall, LSA…

… junior Chris Corne lio said, "I noticed that the computers were much faster." He also noticed that each one in the Fishbowl had two mom- tors rather than one. The Power Mac G5s in the School of Education…

November 30, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 56) • Page Image 1

Apple Computers subsidiary which produces software. "It's so easy that you just don't think about it." is work, but can because the Uni it. Rosenberg encourages pir lot of computer - - --w- 'Aw…

… students, Jeff (not his real name) needs the computers in the CAEN labratories to do his homework. The computer programs enable him to draw graphs, paint pictures, solve complex problems, and even play games…

… copyright laws. And the penalties for getting caught are steep - up to $50,000 in fines and a possible prison sentence. But no student has ever been convicted. Even if the University policed its computing

… departmental disks and manual." that they bend over Carolyn Autrey-Hundley, director -ll hardware," he said, of the University's Computing n't budget enough Center, said the University cannot vare." afford to…

… it does with hardware, she said. Faculty piracy is not a problem for the engineering school, said Engineering Prof. Don Geister, who is also the head of the schools Computer Aided Engineering Network…

… (CAEN) computer labs. He said many professors use CAEN, so the engineering school budgets for their needs. "I have not heard of one demand that was denied for anyone in (my department)," he said. ALTHOUGH…

October 13, 1989 (vol. 100, iss. 28) • Page Image 1

…-page re- The virus strikes only IBM or IBM-compatible computers. Since Apple Macintosh systems are im- mune to the virus, the disease will not effect the major- ity of the University's and student…

…. The directories were free yesterday and will be today. After today, they will cost $2.50. Computer virus may have little effect on 'U' 'Columbus Day' virus can only hit IBM-compatible computers By…

… Diane Cook Daily Research Reporter Bad things traditionally are supposed to happen on Friday the 13th. But today if your computer screen sarcastically balks "file not found" when you try to print that 10…

…'s personal comput- ers. Hankins called the virus "a time homh" set to go off Kosko said the best ways to protect your computer from the virus are to make regular back-ups of data, know your software sources…

January 14, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 73) • Page Image 1

… "The Learning Tool" to help students improve their study skills as well as their familiarity with computers. THE PACKAGE, which can be used on any Apple Macintosh computer, duplicates the learning…

…? The "electronic notebook." Education Professor Robert Kozma and John Van Roekel, director of the University's Computer Aided Engineering Network, have created the new package of computer programs called…

… that year. Lodisev lost his job as a computer programmer soon after. Soviet of- ficials rejected his following six ap- plications. Looking back, .Gubin says she never thought her own husband would be…

April 16, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 156) • Page Image 1

Computer pirates elude the law By ROB FRANK Ask Joel to open his top desk drawer and what you see could be considered a small for- tune. A fortune not in cash but in bootleg com- puter software. If…

… of computer games for the Macintosh. Harvey, a former editor of the newsletter for the MacTechnics users group, noted that in a community such as the University, enforcem- ent of copyright laws become…

… well. "I have four versions of Macwrite that haven't been released yet," he said, referring to the word processing program developed by Apple Cor- poration. His most recent version, Macwrite 4.0, is not…

… expected to be in the stores until May. AMONG THE losers from the widespread copying of licensed software are local retailer who have already suffered from the Univer- sity's entry into the computer hardware…

January 18, 2013 (vol. 123, iss. 60) • Page Image 1

…-ups Stallman chides Apple, Google for privacy policies By AUSTEN HUFFORD Daily News Editor Richard Stallman doesn't have a cell phone. He doesn't', buy DVDs, doesn't use Windows or Mac OS laptops and doesn't use…

… closed-source commercial soft- ware. He is not on Facebook and has never owned a car. But he isn't a Luddite or computer illiterate. In fact, he loves technology and the Inter- net. At one point, he hoped…

… access - could harbor mal- ware and "backdoor" exploits because users can't review it's code. Wearing a red polo, brown pants and no shoes, he attacked companies including Apple, Google, Microsoft, Adobe…

May 11, 1961 (vol. 71, iss. 157) • Page Image 1

… independence of Laos. "The search for peace in Laos is worth the best efforts of all who might come to the table.' COMPUTER COMMUNICATION: IBM 704 Goes MAD When User Makes. Mistake Birehers Ask Investigation…

… Hunter Keen-Krushing Krafty King-nut Kellerman Kool-Kushened Kraft-Kramming Krab Apple Krynicki Lead-Lofting, Load Locust Lucky Locke Long-Lunging Rink Lapping Locust Lunghammer Mad Mashing, Might…

…' . . .. t. Zfe 2* j u A,-b ,dd?_.,. ,d-s "'V_*"- ~r y1i" a a <::i - iv i :i ir".i? 'r<:i ""' } . . . ,:<j~ *4*4v$ r4 4 By BUEL TRAPNELL] A user of the computing cen- ter's IBM-704 electronic computer could…

… informs the user of his mistakes, and even refers him to the section of the operating guide that could tell him how to cor- rectly program the instructions. Temporarily Abandoned But the computer has such a…

… FORTRAN programs into MAD programs, so that either may be used on the computer. Rosin emphasized that serious work is done with the two-year old 704. It is rented at a stan- dard IBM 60 per cent educational…

… discount to do only academic work. Cards punched on a keypunch machine are put into a reader, which records its information on magnetic tapes. From then on, tape is used for the computer processes. Monitor…

… approxi- mately 1,000 people who use it. Computer Cpmmunication Rosin said that at many instal- lations computers are used only to process information, but at the center, the 704 is used to learn about…

computers and how to com- municate with them, and to teach students, in addition to processing data gathered in all phases of scientific research. There are 440 students enrolled in the two computer

… programming courses taught here. The comput- ing staff does not program the 704 for any of the people who use it; they only assist when help is needed. Eventual Printout "The IBM 704 can process the typical…

… and proceeding to the next job," Rosin commented. The computing center is work- *-0- ::' :1 A _... …

November 29, 2005 (vol. 116, iss. 38) • Page Image 1

…-ins Near Campus WednesdayNov.23 to Sunday Nov.27 £ $20,000 worth of electronics and jewelry were stolen from 10 residences in the city of Ann Arbor 2 Stolen items include TVs,DVDs, laptops, an Apple iPoct a…

… night. Thieves had kicked in his locked bedroom door and stolen his desktop computer. To finish his homework for Monday, Sutton worked on a computer in the Shapiro Under- graduate Library until the early…

… theft at Sutton's house was part of a string of robberies and break-ins during the Thanksgiving weekend, when thieves stole televisions, DVD players, computers, a micro- wave and other valuables. The Ann…

… Kingsley Street, has a room- mate who lost a computer monitor, an iPod, a speaker and a digital camera. He blamed the break-ins on a lack of police patrols. "(The problem is the) police presence," he said…

December 05, 1984 (vol. 95, iss. 74) • Page Image 1

…:}}:::::. . . . . . . . . . . . . ..:v::: x.4::v :. ::". v:. ::n.:: ...: . .:....v .. ...r....:: v ::v..::. r:. :......... Computer backers harass reporter SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Teenage computer hackers seeking electronic revenge…

… official computer security systems and post their findings on com- puterized bulletin boards nationwide. "Most of these people traffic in illegal information - credit card numbers, dial-up access numbers…

… money for charities. However, he said, "If people weren't interested, we never would have started it." Bourgeois denim from American-style denim trousers to Chinese-designed "Apples" and "Teleweebs," the…

March 07, 2006 (vol. 115, iss. 85) • Page Image 1

…'ve stuck with it and they show that it works." Their research attracted the eyes of Apple Computers, which donated hardware for Den- tal School lecture halls to give the students the technology needed to…

… upload the lectures. At the same time, Apple was developing iTunes U, a version of the iTunes music store that orga- nizes the podcasts of lectures and makes them available for downloading to an iPod. "(i…

… iTunes U. Chemistry Prof. Brian Coppola, a 1994 Golden Apple winner, has provided what he calls "enhanced podcasts" for Chemistry 210 and 215. His podcasts synch the audio of the lecture with visual…

October 10, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 29) • Page Image 1

… will help set its new service apart from a bevy of other digital music retailers that have launched since April, when Apple Computer Inc. introduced its iTunes Music Store. Also vying for a piece of the…

… referendum for a consti- tutional amendment that defines marriage as being between one man and See MARRIAGE, Page 3 I JEFF LEHNEK/Daily Lawrence Riddle picks an apple from a tree at Wiard's Orchards on…

… Merrit Road in Ypsilanti yesterday. Riddle said he will use the apples to make cider. THE SOUND OF MUSIC Band practce compels former 'U' prof to change city nois'e ordi'zance By Michael Kan Daily Staff…

April 15, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 112) • Page Image 1

… administration," said Provost J. Bernard Machen. "She took on the toughest jobs and was able to solve prob- lems other people couldn't. Mann gives 'Apple' lecture Biology lecturer gets to 'the point' "We never…

… absent from his ideal last lecture. Mann, the recipient of the seventh annual Golden Apple Award for excellence in under- graduate teaching, mixed humor and serious- ness last night to move a crowd of…

… literature about the upcom- ing change to the public. "The new phone books will also list the prefixes that will be affected," Woodward said.' In the Ann Arbor community, num- increase in fax, computer and…

September 24, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 154) • Page Image 1

… engineering, computer science, and physics. Another issue that will be decided by vote at the same time is the authority of GEO's leadership to call a strike if the contract is rejected. "We need to make sure…

…, Page 2 An apple a day... An Ann Arbor resident picked apples at Wizard's Apple Orchard in Ypsilanti yesterday. Ecology center sues foam by Jami Blaauw Daily Environment Reporter The Ecology Center of…

February 03, 2014 (vol. 124, iss. 59) • Page Image 1

… civilian life during a speech at the sixth annual Student Veterans of America dinner at the Union Friday. Former C rctotalks vet eran support, fitness Winners to launch "WorkFlow" in Apple Store later this…

… team, said the group-was inspired by the ability of computers to manage multiple programs and wanted to bringthat functionality to tab- lets. Ari Weinstein, a freshman at the Massachusetts Institute of…

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