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September 22, 1983 (vol. 94, iss. 13) • Page Image 6

…, Business, Etc. " Apple IlIl Software " Xerox Computers " Hewlett-Packard 83 and 85 Software & Hardware Accessories " Rockwell Aim 65 Computer " Printer Stands - Books & Manuals x,: _s. Great Savings on…

… service that is now built into the interstate rates. Soviet official cals Korean plane downing 'a nistake' /* Complete Computer Center's (Continued from Page 1) conference told him Soviet officials…

… that no bodies would be returned. r a jST ANNUAL SALE Terrific bargains on old and new systems: " Apple Hardware Accessories " Apple Monitors " Printers and Plotters " Apple I Software - Games…

… many new computer hardware & software items, plus ... DUTCH AUCTION on all older stock and over-stocked new items. 12 - 2 p.m. 30 - 60% off 2- 4 p.m. Additional 10% off 4 - 6 p.m. Extra 10% off or more…

September 13, 2012 (vol. 123, iss. 8) • Page Image 7

…, an academic and activist, is expected to form the county's first functioning cen- tral government since 1991, when warlords, overthrew a longtime dictator. JEFF CHIU/AP Apple CEO Tim Cook speaks in…

… front of an image of the iPhone 5 during an Apple event in San Francisco, Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2012. Apple unveils thinner iPhone Missouri lawmakers rebut federal contraception mandate in override New…

… ushered in what he billed as "the post-PC era" - a shift that is causing people to rely less on personal computers and more on mobile gadgets they can hold in their hand. Jobs died last October the day…

… after Apple introduced the iPhone 4S, which was the fifth version of Apple's phone. There was little surprise in Wednesday's announcement. Despite the pains the company takes to hide its plans, the rough…

…Phone," said Tavis McCourt, an analyst with Raymond James. That's a contrast to last year, when Apple watchers were first surprised by a delay in the launch, and then by the fact that the iPhone 4S didn't offer…

… much new except Siri, a voice-activated assis- tant. The 4S, nevertheless, has been a smash success. During the first nine months that the iPhone 4S was on the market, Apple's rev- enue from iPhones has…

… exceeded $63 billion, helping to establish Apple as the world's most valuable company ever, as measured by its stock price. One thing that did surprise McCourt this year: Apple is launching the phone in so…

… additional space to expand the phone's battery, not make the phone thinner. Apple followed its usual script for the new iPhone's coming-out party. Apple CEO Tim Cook, Jobs' hand-picked successor, kicked off…

April 19, 1990 (vol. 100, iss. 134) • Page Image 10

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… at one of these outstanding organizations: There will also be 20 First Prze winers who will receive Macintosh SE ABC News InterActive Apple Computer, Inc. ,~,,..~'.Produaaionof Interacl~ve Weo Disks…

… for Scfloos Com~puter Marketing and Management, DsAmerican ExpressPublishing Corporation computers and 1,000 Second Prize winners who will get Apple® T-shirts. BBdOeii g Ammenicano sPubshngCoportio Ben…

… Sweepstakes. If you're one of 14 Grand Prize winners, you'll get to spend a week this summer at the organization of your choice listed below, where you'll ______________tiesee Macintosh computers hard at work…

…. And when you get home, you - - --p-- elWrdSeptks]can use your own new M acintosh SE/30 to write your resume and Apple's Real World Sweepstakes follow-up letters. be2FisPrzwneswhwllecveM itohS Win a week…

…&Dec~ioanSppod Systems Management ArchitectureFirm You'll appreciate the value of a Macintosh computer after you leave The Guthrie Theater National Library of Medicine (NIH) Arts Management Compute Science, Medkln e…

…, chncicgy, raphics campus and head out into the real world, too. But don't take our word Apple Education Research Program U.S. Communications Corporation 142 Classrncmn.based Research Pro motional…

August 13, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 14) • Page Image 5

… has shifted from power and transportation to entertainment and technology, but the principle remains the same. It works very simply: If Apple had gone bank- rupt, the computer industry would have been…

… - DfACK the majority have been driven out of business by the ever-enlarging Borders empire. If you'd rather buy an Apple computer instead of a Microsoft PC ... that option could be closed off as well…

… strange communion with every other Mac user on the planet, as our collective jaws fell to the floor. Microsoft was investing in Apple. I guess I spoke too soon a few weeks ago, when I complained that there…

… was no news. But then again, no one saw this one coming. The plan looked pretty straightfor- ward: Microsoft would donate $150 f million to bail out Apple's sinking ship, and would also collaborate with…

Apple t on upcoming projects. In return, Microsoft had the assurance that Apple LizI would stay afloat a while longer, since Ir numerous Microsoft programs are sold E to Mac users. But it sounded too good…

… Microsoft-Apple alliance exemplifies the corporate domination of contemporary America. Though few realize it yet, we're returning to an era like the 1890s, when monopolies first began to flourish. The focus…

… destabilized. Microsoft could have made money in that situation, but that would be a longer and harder process. The easier way is to invest in Apple - and gradually invest more in Apple - and eventually turn the…

… Schoolkids instead of Tower. As for comput- ers, well, there aren't many alternatives to Microsoft ... but you can always remind your state representatives about something called the Sherman Antitrust Act. It…

September 16, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 125) • Page Image 11

…. Only $2,5 7600. With Apple's special low student pricing, you can get a terrific deal on Macintosh" the best-selling personal computer on college campuses today. You can choose the afford- able…

…-ROM, ApplecolorPus 14 la, AppDes Keyboard and mouse. Only $1,71700. Apple PowerBook 1504/120. Only $1,293.00. PowrMa n t sh"71 006568250 j with CO)-ROM, Apple'Multiple an l15Dila AppleDe~sgnt Keyboad and mouse…

… Macintosh Performa' which comes complete with lots of powerful software to help get you throup-h college. You can also choose the nortable Apple PowerBook' or the Power Macintosh"-the world's fastest Mac…

September 06, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 1) • Page Image 10

… Texas. Last spring, MacWeek Magazine revealed the University, with 8,350 computers, was the third largest owner of Apple Macintosh comput- ers in the country. Ranking behind Dartmouth Col- lege and The…

… said, "The choice of the users was the Apple Macintosh." Most of the computers in the public computing sites are now Macs. In the next year Masten ex- pects to buy another 100"computer for the public…

… We've got what you want in the Daily! emese::Reme:Emsesenesmemnemesme~ A: U owns an orchard full of Macintoshes Karen Akerlof Daily NSE Contributor More Apple Macintoshes than anywhere outside of…

…'s education and began to require most students to purchase a $1,300 - $1,500 Macin- tosh computer package. Approxi- mately 85 percent of the student body now owns Macs. The number MacWeek magazine printed…

… reflected computers owned by institutions, not by individual stu- dents or faculty. Deborah Masten, associate direc- tor for Public Facilities, spent a couple of days counting Michigan's Macs for the magazine…

… University's status change in the. computer world. "That article came out so long ago, I don't even remember it," she said. The Mac hit the market early in 1984, and by October of that year Michigan's public…

computing sites acquired the first version of the Maw intosh. At that time, Masten said, Information Technology Develop- ment equipped these sites with ati equal number of Macs and IBM\ clones. But, Masten…

computing centers and ninety to 95 percent of those machines will be Macs. When University users go to buy personal computers, not surpris ingly, they buy Macs, Masten said. The University negotiates with…

…- Apple, Inc., Zenith and IBM to offer See MACS, page 13 rM I i r- DISCOVER From Flower Shop and A wonderful selection of cut flowers Silk flowers and plants 4,M Unusual gifts, gift baskets and…

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

December 10, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 67) • Page Image 5

…, there's a good chance you'll be bringing home something else. Better grades. © 1985 Apple Computer. Inc. Apple and the Apple logo are registered trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc. Macintosh is a…

COMPUTERS INTER VIEW: DOUGLAS VAN HOUWELING Turning fees into technology Editors note: Daily reporter Jerry Markon and News Editor Thomas Miller met with University Vice Provost for Information…

… Technology Douglas Van Houweling last week to talk about the mandatory computer fee and other computing activities around campus. Here is the first of two excerpts from that interview that will appear on the…

… the public forums - that the University of Michigan is really behind other universities in terms of computing. VH: I think it's important for me to put that in perspective. We're behind the very best…

…. The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, December 10, 1985 - Page 5 i. " Lighten up your Christmas - vacation with a Ax¢ * computer game from SOFTWARE EXCHANGE It makes a great gift I.} Discount Computer Software…

… instructor may extend these IDs. They cannot be extended beyond 31 December 1985. Pick up a RENEWAL FORM: At your departmental office or At the Computing Center's Business Office on North Campus, Monday…

…-0088 You just got a C+ in Post- War Foreign Policy. You just got a B- in Communications Law You just got an F+ in Advanced Physics An F+? Boy, you could use some help. From a Macintosh" personal computer. A…

April 09, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 150) • Page Image 5

… agency sponsored by The Fresh Air society of Metro Detroit since 1 903 1 Ann Arbor's Authorized Dealer I I I Apple Computer Dealer is I i offering you specialsavingson I 1 all Macintoshssoftware in stock…

COMPUTERS The Michigan Daily Tuesday, April 9, 1985 Page 5 NUCLEAR AWARENESS GAMES WANT ED Contest offers programer p nes By PATRICK HAGGOOD How would you like to take $100 home with you after…

…, Part I, 3:30 - 5 p.m., 165 Bus. Admin. Wednesday Lecture: Computing for Poets, Part II, 3:30 - 5 p.m., 165 Bus. Admin. Thursday Lecture: Teleconferencing in MTS, Part II, 3:30 - 5 p.m., 171 Bus. Admin…

computers in local energy presentations. There were some difficulties with this, however. For one, there are very few programs on the market at all that are even remotely related to nuclear energy. And of…

compute for the user important infor- mation about nuclear energy, or even an arcade shoot-em-up that uses an educational theme. "We don't want to discourage arcade- like entries, we would in fact very much…

… graphically pleasing asahe merits, which of course could oily add to the programs consideration at the judging." THE JUDGES will includean energy engineer, a University professor, and a local computer

…- ts know? Contest entries must be writ- ten in BASIC, to allow customizability for different displays and age groups. The program must be written to run on the IBM PC or Apple II series microcomputers…

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October 05, 1982 (vol. 93, iss. 23) • Page Image 11

Apple, Tele- Commodore Computers to share their time and information with you! Free hands-on demonstrations have been scheduled! 0 5appkz compubir oTeleVide6 CS commodore COMPUTER EVERY DAY MONDAY…

… TUESDAY WEDNESDAY -What Computers Can Do For You' one hour presentation at 4 p m Commodore highlighting their new 64 throughout the day Apple's'Word Processing'one hour presentation at noon. 5 and 6 p m…

Apple's Electronic Filing System one hour presentations at noon. 5 and 6 p.M Apple s Accounting" one hour presentations at noon and i p m TeleVideo's 'Word Processing' demonstrations from 4-Z p m Tele…

…Videos "Electronic Financial Spread Sheet' demonstra- tions from noon io 2 p.m Apple's 'Telecommunications" one hour presentations at 5 and 6 p m Commodore's Word Processing demonstrations throughout the day until 5 p…

… m Apple's "Financial Planning. Budgeting and Forecasting" one hour presentations at noon, 5 and 6 p m 0 THURSDAY Look over our " Solution Centers Training Centers * Repair Center " Set Up Center…

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December 12, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 48) • Page Image 17

… buy. The Apple Computer Loan and 90-Day ime, with the Apple Computer Loan and 90-Day Deferred Payment Plan, you can Deferred Payment Plan. The solution that gives you the . 4 a own a Macintosh personal…

computer, printer, CD-ROM drive or other periph- power every student needs. The power to be your best. Apple I C . -1HPP ,x 1rlll' _. 15* …

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…, AppleDesgn~ Keyboard and mouse. Only $2,588. Or about $49. a month.f Macintosh Performa 6115 8/350 with CD-ROM, Multiple Scan 15 Diplay, AppleDesign Keyboard and mouse. only $3,365. Or about $62. a…

… month. t N BUY AN APPLE MACINTOSH NOW. PAY FOR IT LATER: eralswithout maing asnglepayment for90 days: Combine that with no hassles, We're not just making it easier for you to buy a Macintosh…

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

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

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

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

July 10, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 22) • Page Image 3

… engineering college in conjunction with Apple computers, for which students have a $100 surcharge added to their tuition bills each term. Burroughs hopes to have the system in place this fall and fully…

…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday. July 10. 1984 - paqe 3 Business students fac $10 om uefe By THOMAS HRACH Business students will enter the computer age this fall with a new computer network for the…

… business school, and the new system will be paid for by charging business students an additional $100 per term. "You just can't turn around without having to use a computer in the business world," said…

… Gilbert Whitaker, dean of the School of Business Ad- ministration. "After graduation our students will have a leg up to the power of computers." THE SYSTEM will involve equipment supplied by the Burroughs…

… Corporation, and will link students, faculty and staff in the most ambitious computer familiarity project of any business school in the coun- try, Whitaker said. The new system, he said, is necessary for the…

… University to stay competitive with 'You just can't turn around without having to use a computer in the business world.' - Gilbert Whitaker business school dean the more prestigious business schools. The…

… system will link a number of new microcomputers and also provide users access to the University's central com- puters. The project will be similar to the Computer Aided Engineering Network developed by the…

… using a computer in the business world." Burroughs will send seven representatives to the campus for the first year of the system's operation to help work out logistical problems and train faculty and…

… dormitor) Crawford said he is considering making the fa( specialty housing, possibly for computer science me The temporary housing of seminar participants may become permanent, according to Ann Walt business…

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…

October 12, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 23) • Page Image 7

… "Computer Kickoff '87" sale in September, the University sold Apple, Zenith, and IBM computers to students and faculty at 50 percent off retail prices. Those computers were Pedraza-Baily said Limon will be…

… Rackham graduate student, work at the University Computer Kickoff at the Sports Coliseum which sold more than 2400 computers this weekend. 'U' distributes 3000 computers By STEPHEN GREGORY Yesterday…

… weekend, the Univer- sity conducted its second major computer sale, delivering 3,000 computers to students, faculty, and staff, and making the event the largest on-campus sale in the country. During its…

… University of Texas to conduct research at the Stanford Center for the Humanities. distributed at the Coliseum Friday and Saturday. With 1,400 sales, Apple beat out the others in volume, but IBM attracted the…

… most attention with its new model that can display up to 256 different colors on the screen at a time. The University invited local computer stores to sell software merchandise and peripherals at the…

… pick-up. The invitations were an effort by the University to quiet complaints that its sale was taking an unfair chunk out of local computer business. Jeff Inwood, president of ComputerLand in Ann Arbor…

December 02, 1991 (vol. 102, iss. 44) • Page Image 7

…. ...-.-: ... 1 Now's the right time to buy an Apple® Macintosh® computer system. Because right now you can save big on Apple's most popular computers and qualifying printers. And Macintosh is the right computer

…:30pm. Stop by the U-M Computer Showcase P AIN w 0ur' -W4j …

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…

March 20, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 116) • Page Image 3

… and editing music scores. Steve Risenhoover, a computer and key- board specialist, used the new Macintosh SE hooked up to a synthesizer to play Bach Fugues. Apple also exhibited pictures School of Art…

computer fair Andrew Young to visit 'U' By WENDY LEWIS Renowned politician and Atlanta Mayor Andrew Young will speak on "Global Ethics: Our res - ponsibility," today at 1 p.m. in Hale Auditorium. Young…

… black student leaders. BY MELISSA RAMSDELL A "bigger and better" Compufair began yesterday at the Michigan Union, featuring vendors such as Apple, IBM, Lotus, Unisys, and Zenith. Banners, colorful…

… balloons, vid- eos, prizes, and preparation for today's raffle of a $3,800 IBM computer and a Tandy PC marked the first day of the two-day University-endorsed trade fair. "We see it as an effort to let the…

… University community know what type of systems are out there," said Joel Hollander, Compufair co- chairperson.-" Compufair is the largest student- run computer trade fair in the nation, according to Rich Frie…

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

December 03, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 62) • Page Image 5

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

…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, December 3, 1985-- Page 5 COMPUTERS Fron Richmond, Va. (AP) - Ar- chaeologists are turning to Space Age technology to help them unlock Stone Age secrets…

… revolutionized the work ar- chaeologists do," said Sylvia Gaines, associate anthropology professor at Arizona State University in Tempe. Virginia's Department of Highways and Transportation uses a computer to…

computer to tell us what's there," he said. ARCHAEOLOGISTS also use comput- ers as electronic draftsman, creating maps from coordinates fed into the machine, according to Marley Brown, director of…

… archaeological excavation at Colonial Williamsburg. digs to databases Archaeologists turn more to computers Some archaeologists share infor- mation by trading disks, but only on a regional basis. The…

… "could sell the information to pot hun- ters who go to a site and dig up pots, ornaments and jewelry, and then sell them for megabucks," she said. Computer archaeology is not limited to the United States…

…. Archaeologists from five countries working at Carthage in Tunis used computers to reduce the confusion of communicating in five languages, Gaines said. COMPUTERS were also used to examine the relation of Britain…

…'s Stonehenge to celestial events, to studey Neolithic houses along the Danube River and to explore sites in Mexico. Archaeologists' increased use of computers prompted Gaines to create "Advances in Computer

… offers seminars on computers to professionals. AT VIRGINIA Commonwealth University in Richmond, ar- chaeological research lab director Dan Mouer links a video camera to a computer to record pictures of ar…

…- tifacts at excavation sites. Mouer said he can send the digitized gray-scale images, similar to photocopies, to other ar- chaeologists for consultation. Computers also cut the tedium of some chores, the…

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…

October 29, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 39) • Page Image 5

… ______________________________________________________ I COMPUTER PREPARATION PROGRAMS for the GRETM GMAT LSATTM SATTM ACTM available on AppleM IBM,TM Commodore," Atari,TM and TRS-80,TM computers at savings from list prices WWU T - K I'"T T TM - ^1 01…

… snmrter, quicker and more creatively The good news is. with NIacintosh you dont have to know anything about computers to nse one. The better news is.you don t 0 have to know anything about white out. either…

…, shot during the event, is in critical condition. COMPUTERS Three colleges form artificial intelligence lab By ROB EARLE A new laboratory at the University will bring together workers in many fields…

… psychologists do their work or to help computer scientists do their work, but to have psychologists and computer scientists say, 'Hey, we're interested in the same problem, let's work together on this," Olson…

… said. EXAMPLES OF that are already in progress Olson said - "For example, computer vision," - in which com- puter scientists and visual psychologists work together to build machines that can receive and…

…, at least in the forseeable future, that human thought is going to be replaced by computing," Olson said, "but com- puting can really help human thought." CSMIL will be aided by a new Xerox STAR…

computer system. An $819,000 grant from the Xerox Corporation grant to the three colleges involved in CSMIL paid for the new computer system, which Olson said should be installed in about a week and a half…

…. "That equipment is going to be used in large part to help some research in the areas of developing computer tools for people who are doing very hard tasks," Olson said. The grant will also provide a…

… state- of-the-art office system for the CSMIL staff and artificial intelligence sof- tware that will aid in developing ad- vanced word-processing software and computer-based engineering design tools…

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July 23, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 26) • Page Image 4

… good, but I can't af- capabilities - the college is now con- ford the idea," said Searing, who sidering the Apollo Domain for its more suggested engineering students be powerful computers, and the Apple

…Page 4 - The Michigan Daily - Saturday, July 23, 1983 Engin. students to pay for computers (continuedfromPage1) money's worth," said Mechanical (MTS) cannot provide.E Duderstadt said'that MTS does…

… they will benefit from the system, and S ditin, e ne computers will added that they were angry they had he more like those an engineering not heard more about the new system . student might encounter on…

… the job _ before the Regents tacked the $100 fee each machine will be a self-contained on their tuition hills., computer, and not simply a terminal "Since Engin. 102, I've had only two hooked up to a…

… system shared by many or three computer assignments, said users liketheMTS.eshrMechanical Engineering Senior An- PLANS NOW call for installing 400 to thony Searing. "I've used maybe $35 500 computers

…, although Duderstadt (worth of computer time) on MTS - said the college may use thousands of now; they want me to pay $100 per the machines in the long run. term." The equipment will vary in its "THE IDEA is…

… charged according to the amount of Lisa and IBM PC for less complicated computer time theyuse. work according to Associate Dean for I never use the computer s it's not Research Daniel Atkins. fair," said…

… Ling Yang, a senior in The school should be able to install engineering sciences. 200 computers by fall, according to the Other students, however, said they network's director, Aerospace would welcome…

… East son, who added that the computers' Engineering, with plans to open more world procesing system would be stations later. beneficial. i euniversities Jody Van DePolder, president of the WIILE…

… saioslsome colleges andunvriis EgneigC nclth coee' have solved the problem of increasing student government said hat shes dependence on computers by requiring would "withhold judgement until I their students…

March 18, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 118) • Page Image 8

…'T_ THE MICHIGAN DAILY r THE MICHIGAN DAILY White Intruder City Board of Education Asks for Tax Increase HARVARD RESEARCHERS: Group Solves Russian Grammar Computer Problem (Continued from Page…

computer, project and learning of the fa- vorable results, Prof. Matejka is very interested in doing more of this type of research. The range of the computer is limited to Russian technical lan- guage and is…

… NO 2-9575 - - - - - - - - - -- - I-. ii . . Why not dine at- tI The GOLDEN APPLES Restaurant 0 SPAGHETTI CHICKEN * STEAK * RAVIOLI CHICKEN * STEAK "Only Italian Spaghetti House in Town…

November 30, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 43) • Page Image 17

… black or .3 pages per minute in color, when you purchase any Comes with everything you need to print: interface cable, ink cartridges, ink tanks, Apple computer! and sample media kit. Quality laser…

… printer. Prints 4 pages per minute. when you purchase any Apple computer! BOOKS ontinued from page 1 hroneles the triumphs and tragedies of ne ofhe most memorable literary char- cters pf this century is…

… Season" ictually began last week, when a series of >ig-budget movies were released with reat fanfare. Led by "Toy Story," the irst entirely computer-animated feature Im ever produced, all of the picture…

… of figures like Newt Gingrich, Marv Albert, Tom Robbins and Robert Zemeckis. In the NPR tradi- tion, the interviews are both intelligent and interesting;and they should appeal to All computers come…

… Connectix is a special compression software that effectively doubles the amount of available RAM. Take advantage of AppleLoan! Call 1-800-APPLE-LN (1-800-277-5356) for loan details and prequalification. I …

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…

October 16, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 30) • Page Image 5

… . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . V. Wj Get the Pact Dail Apple Announces a New Line of Computers! U-M Announces Immediate Delivery of Selected Configurations to KickOff '90 Purchasers Macintosh Classic 2140 $1,257 Apple

… version of his recent Off-Broadway one-man show, Bo- gosian portrays 11 characters who represent the moral and physical de- spair of a rapidly rotting Big Apple. Bogosian's characterizations are precise and…

…'s replacement for the Macintosh SE Macintosh Wsi2/40 $2,898 or Macintosh Wsi5/80 $3,381 Entry level lci. hgh Performance, Yes! The University of Michigan has made special arrangements with Apple to allow Kick…

… your original Macintosh SE order, you MUST submit a Change Order Form by the deadline below. The new Apple systems are also available to SE/30 and Ici purchasers just by changing your order. Change Order…

… Form packets were mailed to all KickOff '90 Macintosh purchasers on October 12th. Watch your mailbox! Additional forms are also available at the Computer Showcase in the Michigan Union. rruorurr Act…

… now! - See the new systems at the Computer Showcase in the Michigan Union. Reopening Monday, October 15th through Thursday, October 18th, 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. * You must fill out a Change Order Form and…

… drop it off at the Computer Showcase I …

October 14, 1983 (vol. 94, iss. 33) • Page Image 4

… programs, hundreds of computer 'users groups' across the nation are finding their own solutions to software defects-solutions which the information giants themselves seem unable or un- willing to devise. *IN…

… customers of the defects. *John School, an Apple Com- puter owner, was misled by an advertisement and bought a sof- tware program called "FIG FACTORY" that turned out to require expensive special equip- ment…

…. He warned other Apple owners through his user group newsletter. Group efforts to get Apple to return his money have failed, but fewer Apple owners are now making School's mistake. "Owners of the Kaypro…

… II por- table computer in Santa Cruz, Calif., had trouble linking their word-processing program to their printers, so they organized a users group. The group not only pressured the two companies in…

…- = mvl to amc l rpnl,a .fnnfhl am have fewer than 100 members, some are quite large, up to 2,000 strong. Their networks often surpass computer manufacturers and retail stores in providing the information…

computer owners need to operate effectively. "The person who belongs to a users group, at the end of 10 mon- ths, will have 10 times more knowledge than the guy who sits- at home and reads the manual by…

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

December 01, 1992 (vol. 103, iss. 44) • Page Image 8

… students choose Macintosh than any other computer They'd want Syou to be in good company Ask for an AppleMacintoshcomputer this holiday season and join all of the students who've discovered that no matter…

… tonight's opener against Toledo. Her sister Noelle plays forward for the Rockets. 0 AN Solutions from your Apple Campus Reseller. The holiday gift you can really use. Tell your folks that more college…

… once you've learned . one, you're well on your way to learning them all. The advantages r of Macintosh don't end when school does. In fact, the majority of Fortune 1000 companies use Macintosh computers

…* So ask your ___________ Apple Campus Reseller to help you choose which Macintosh to put _________ at the top of your holiday gift list. Macintosh. It's more than a present, it's a future. a';3 Michigan…

September 25, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 14) • Page Image 9

… couldn't. How to get a job at Apple. Thursday September 27, 1990 7:00-9:00 p.m. EECS Building Room 1500 Apple Computer has a corporate commitment to the principle of diversity. In that spirit, we welcome…

… you do with your life, after school. Apple Computer, Inc., College Relations, Attn: Linda Daniels, MS 39ACR, Dept. MICH-9-90, 20525 Mariani Ave., Cupertino, CA 95014. Or Fax it to: (408) 974…

March 25, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 118) • Page Image 5

… LMrio#;:::::%" : ': t: : : ;;:: >:2i:i>>i:>:.::>: l Introducing Macintoshrm Plus, the faster, more powerful personal computer from Apple. Macintosh Plus offers several new features to provide the kind…

…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, March 25, 1986 Page 5 SCIENCE Computer service makes research accessible By ADAM CORT Pinpointing a researcher working on a particular project can be a monumental…

… task at the University, but a computer service can facilitate the task. The Stanford Computing Infor- mation Profile Technique (SCRIPT) stores extensive lists of information on researchers and their…

… minority enrollment has increased 4 percent over the five-year period. LONG TERM COMPUTER RENTAL SPECIAL RATES FOR LONG TERM RENTALS TO UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENTS * Macintosh line " IBM PC, XT, &AT models…

… * Portables: Compaq & IBM FREE BASIC MANUAL WITH RENTAL OF AN IBM COMPUTER FOR ONE MONTH OR MORE (with this ad) GJ AVAILA " "U" " I U~ USE DAILY CLASSIFIEDS TUESDAY STEAK NIGHT 8 oz. NY Strip $4.95 Includes…

… .., Microsoft Excel ...... . .. .. .. . S... . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 $145.00 $285.00 $ 74.95 $295.00 I HOURS Mon.- Sat. 10-6 Sun. closed Discount Computer Software and Supplies…

… 322S. STATE ST. (inside the Jewelry Exchange) 663-4788 A Great Personal Computer is Now Even Better... I 1 .MEMO ......................IT ' S . T M E . F O. R N _THE ANNUAL ..COMPUTING C E .-N T E R…

… MSU R V E Y March ii3: April 4 'YOUR CHANC :TO MAKEI YOURSELF KHEARfO ABOUT I - COMPUtTING.ON CAMPIUS!:.W ihhsS R E M n enh 1,z More Affordable! The Macintosh-" 512 - the most affordable system in the…

… popular Macintosh family. Add Apple's New 800K External Disk Drive to your Macintosh 512K to double your data storage! I - -- - ~ * c.s. a :r R, st . . i More Powerful! ir .nr 'ro't nfs'il: t ::I…

… of performance advanced users demand. Features include a new keyboard with built-in numeric keypad, increased system speed, and standard one megabyte of memory. With the new Apple@ Hard Disk 20 you can…

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

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

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

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

… the Huron River where they held him under the water until he drowned. COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING MAJORS THE MOVE IS ONTO nM I ... A REMARKABLE COMPUTER COMPANY with locations…

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

…. MIL-SPEC COMPUTER develops, manufactures and sells ruggedized computer systems. MOVE ON TO THE FREEDOM OF ROLM, where high value is placed on personal intitiative, creativity and rapid career movement…

… with a high'degree of initiative, strong communication skills and demonstrated leadership abilities. For this recruiting season, we are primar- ily seeking computer science and electrical engineering…

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

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

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

December 02, 1988 (vol. 99, iss. 60) • Page Image 7

… have a phone system tied into the existing computer registration sys- tem. "Phone registration and on-line terminals will be standard in 10 years" at U.S. universities, said Associ- ate Registrar Douglas…

… com- bined phone and on-line registration system, said Dan Stuart, assistant registrar for scheduling and registra- tion, primarily for "the convenience of the student." Some computer terminals will be…

… days of the term, she said. Students at Ferris St. are assigned a day, based on the number of credit hours they have, when they can begin calling, Sonnenberg said. The computers and phones open at 3 a…

… Michigan would probably need 48 phone lines. As early as next semester, Woolley said software should be in place to allow any student, via the MTS computer network, to check on the number of spaces available…

… Hillel. Chanukah I 1429 Hill St. 769-0500 um m ._...._ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ _ i i * I I I Educational Holiday Promotion Take an Apple4acintosh home frteholidays. 0 o O a.- 0 p0 0 0 0Qa 0 0 0 a…

… 04 t Bundle #1 Bundle #3 Macintosh Plus with Apple 800K floppy drive Imagewriter U printer Microsoft Word Quantity left: 30 $1,941 Bundle #2 Macintosh Plus with Apple 20M SCSI drive Imagewriter II…

… printer Microsoft Word Ouuantity left: 70 ".. . Take immediate delivery! Take advantage of Apple's great financing program! Offer good only while these bundles last! Stop by the Hands-On Display, Ground…

September 15, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 122) • Page Image 9

… iffnrlqhlP model is liiable at an unheard-of nrice. You can also yet special financing with the Apple' Computer Loan* -to make owning one even easier. Visit your Apple Campus Reseller today. For the power…

… than 100 yards. 4 .1 1 310 S. State St. HIOuRS Mol-rmr ) MARTY'S MENSWEAR & rORMIAL\\[\R-lw VS - On the Campus - 668-6338 it - Fr s o s For etclever gS eine. Apple Macintosh Color Classic" 4…

…/80, Built-in 10" Color Monitor and Apple Keyboard II. The Macintosh Color Classic: It offers a bright, sharp Sony Trinitronl display. It's compact enough to fit on any desk. And right now, this already…

December 01, 1978 (vol. 89, iss. 70) • Page Image 9

…The Michigan Daily-Friday, December 1, 1978-Page 9 SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY OFFER FREE! $294 WORTH OF PROGRAM TAPES INCLUDEDAPANCE CO New! A Complete Home Computer . System For The Entire Family…

… today, tomorrow, and Monday at the library's main branch. USE WITH ANY TV SET A 2 library offers book bargains ITS LIKE HAVING SOMEONE IN YOUR HOME TO HELP YOU: WCP...CH. FRE WITH COMPUTER PURCHASE…

… HOUR Deliciously Different Frozen Yogurt Shakes % Price " BLOODY LARRY yogurt & raspberry juice * SUNBURST yogurt & orange juice " APPLE BLOSSOM yogurt & apple juice " PINA COLADA yogurt & pina colada…

September 21, 1989 (vol. 100, iss. 11) • Page Image 3

…; 936-1000 - I.. The Personal Coumn MICHIGAN DAILY CLASSIFIED ADS - U Apple Computer Kick-Off Prices Reduced!* Last Week to Order! See our Hands On Display at the Michigan Union on the ground floor…

… Config. # A-1 A-2 A-3 A-4 A-5 A-6 A-7 A-8 A-9 A-10 A-11 A-12 Model Apple Mac Plus w/ 20M Hard Drive Apple Mac Plus w/ 20M Hard Drive & optional warranty* Apple Mac Plus w/ 20M Hard Drive & MacDraw II and…

… Filemaker I1 Apple Mac Plus w/20M Hard Drive & optional warranty* & MacDraw, Filemaker 11 Apple Mac SE w/ 2 Floppies Apple Mac SE w/ 2 Floppies & optional warranty* Apple Mac SE w/ 20M Hard Drive Apple Mac SE…

… w/ 20M Hard Drive & optional warranty* Apple Mac SE/30 Apple Mac SE/30 & optional warranty* Apple Mac llcx Apple Mac Ilcx & optional warranty* Kickoff Price $1,499.00 $1,575.00 $1,649.00 $1,725.00 $1…

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

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

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

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

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

September 04, 1986 (vol. 97, iss. 1) • Page Image 3

….97 & up Briarwood Mall - AnnArbor, MI 48104 . 313/663-3106 *Full line of Supplies and Accessories *Authorized AppleTM Service Center Authorized Dealer *1985 Apple Computer, Inc. Apple and the Apple logo…

… are registered trademarks of Apple Computer. Inc. Macintosh is a trademark of McIntosh Laboratory, Inc. and is being used with its expiespermissawn. Ani oi An nigthree ki d f eyeglass Ienst ode kin d…

… Michigan Student Assembly. Thirty students held a brief picket outside the laboratory of Elec- trical Engineering and Computer Science Prof. George Haddad in July after the awards were announced. Haddad…

…, whose $14.6 million project was the largest of the University's URI projects, will study methods of increasing the speed of computer microchips. Researchers happy "This is one of the best projects…

… on coe reaches virtual standstill Complete Computer Center is Ann Arbor's oldest and most experienced computer dealer. Located just two blocks from campus, we offer a full line of computer supplies…

…, accessories, peripherals and software. Our Service Department and Technical Support Department are fully equipped and trained to service all your computing needs. Come in and see what Complete Computer Center…

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

December 09, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 50) • Page Image 16

… challenge should know the details. Unlike tradi- tional CD and cassette players, the Rio plays that have to be downloaded into the player from a USB-equipped computer. (These days that means any PC built in…

… - up to twice as f Pentium III-based PC Come experience it today at y r Apple Education Store www.apple.com/education/store 1-800-780-5009 Con Michil wN Great Group Rates Available CALL (313) 396…

December 08, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 46) • Page Image 8

… money. In fact, they can leave you broke. But you can still buy the computer you want and not worry about payments until long after the decorations are down. The Apple Computer Loan and 90-Day Deferred…

… Payment Plan. The solution Ap that gives you the power every student needs. The power to be your bestp 0i One Java, pgping hot, no sugar and hold the moo juice. With the Apple Computer Loan and 90-Day…

… positions available. Right now. Clerical. Secretarial. Light industrial. Computer-related. Technical support. Technicians. Engineering. You name it. In addition to pocketing some extra cash, you'll also be…

computer, printer, CD-ROM drive or other peripherals with no hassle and no complicated forms. Let's face it, the holidays aren't exactly 0 I I …

September 14, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 3) • Page Image 12

… .,.,. ... ... r 0 t. I m m pin ,,in' imp Macintosh'personal computers have been getting quite an education over the past few years. Fm faculty members and administrators at colleges and uni- versities…

… descendant of the Macintosh Plus-the computer that's performing brilliantly in school even as we speak. Like all Macintoshes both larger and smaller, it's extremely simple to learn. point-and-click commands…

… everything from tie into the campus computer net- work to work with data created on MS-DOS computers. Now between the Macintosh Plus and the Macintosh SE, most of the fac- ulty and administration will find all…

… the power and flexibility they may ever need-a condition technically known as "happiness" mance personal compute; we present the Macintosh ll. The Open Macintosh. It's the fastest Macintosh yet. With…

… interna 20, 40 or 80-megabyte hard disk. Choose from two keyboards-one with and one without function keys.'Ivo Apple monitors- 12"B&Wor 13"color. Or other third party high resolution, large screen monitors…

…- intosh business and academic software. And it's still supported by all those great programs that made Macintosh a hit on campus. For example, Kinko's Academic Courseware Exchange, Apple's faculty journal…

…, Whedsfor/heMi and academic conferences. So if your department is actively re- cruiting computers, we su ggestthat you review the qualifications ofany or the Macintoshes. Because our family is ready to make a…

October 06, 2011 (vol. 122, iss. 23) • Page Image 2

… founder and former CEO who invented and masterfully marketed ever- sleeker gadgets that transformed everyday technology, from the personal computer to the iPod and ighone, died yesterday. He was 56. Apple

… incident entertaining and "a great way to procrasti- nate." PAUL SAKUMA/AP Apple CEO Steve Jobs at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco on June 7, 2010. Jobs passed away yesterday at…

… age 56. Apple co-founder eve Jobs dies at age 56 Republicans request change in state electoral vote system Changes likely to hurt Obama's re-election chances HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - Republicans in…

… Democratic cities in both states, to more conservative rural and suburban areas that tend to favor Republicans. Innovator revolutionized world of technology CUPERTINO, California (AP) - Steve Jobs, the Apple

… count- less innovations that enrich and improve all of our lives," Apple's board said in a statement. "The world is immeasurably better because of Steve" Jobs had battled cancer in 2004 and underwent a…

… in August. He took another leave of absence in January - his third since his health problems began - before resigning as CEO six weeks ago. Jobs became Apple's chairman and handed the CEO job over to…

… his hand-picked suc- cessor, Tim Cook. Outside Apple's Cupertino headquarters, three flags - an American flag, a California state flag and an Apple flag - were fly- ing at half-staff late yesterday…

…. "Those of us viho have been fortunate enough to know and work with Steve have lost a dear friend and an inspiring men- tor." Cook wrote in an email to Apple's employees. "Steve leaves behind a company that…

… only he could have built, and his spirit will forever be the foundation of Apple." The news Apple fans and shareholders had been dread- ing came the day after Apple unveiled its latest version of the…

… Phone, just one in a procession of devices that shaped technol- ogy and society while Jobs was running the company. Jobs started Apple with a high school friend in a Silicon Valley garage in 1976, was…

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… 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…

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