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September 22, 2021 (vol. 130, iss. 51) • Page Image 5

… theater around in its traditional form for over a year hurt. So when I saw that “Come From Away” was finally available on Apple TV+, I clicked play immediately. “Come From Away” is the story of the…

… of writing sessions over Zoom, with some stuff that actually made the album. Dan took control of my computer, I tracked it on and we just saved it. When we were thinking about having to do it all…

… MichiganDaily.com This image is from the official website for “Come From Away,” distributed by Apple TV+. …

September 22, 2021 (vol. 130, iss. 51) • Page Image 16

… kindergarten, and by the time first grade was over, I had thoroughly exhausted my teachers and peers with my fun fact about being from the Big Apple. How many five-year-olds can say they just came from the…

… limbs hurt in this crouched position, their only movement being between computer tabs. My need for vari- ety hurt as well. I did homework, interspersed class with three half-prepared meals, watched TV…

September 15, 2021 (vol. 130, iss. 50) • Page Image 8

… — specifically, rooted in fears of technological abuse and contaminated privacy. Apple has been facing criticism recently for a new policy aimed at protecting minors from child sexual abuse material…

…. This backlash is ridiculous. And I support Apple’s decision to introduce new regulations and technology that “empowers people and enriches their lives.” Last month, I moved back to my childhood…

… more energy to authenticate than a traditional online transaction. The immense energy cost of Bitcoin is built into the platform. Miners, or different computers all over the world who would like to…

…. This reasonable change is expected to bring in $28 billion in previously untaxed revenue. Bitcoin is more trouble than it’s worth Apple isn’t the problem, we are. The Michigan Daily — michigandaily…

November 04, 2020 (vol. 130, iss. 6) • Page Image 8

… fatigue from weeks’ worth of virtual classes, constant stress over looming assignments and a frequent loss of focus after staring at my computer for hours. I’m sure I’m not alone in saying that I…

apple and cherry orchards line a landscape of rolling hills that provided me with a 360-degree view of Grand Traverse Bay. Rustic, red farmhouses and 19th century cottages made the landscape…

October 28, 2020 (vol. 130, iss. 5) • Page Image 11

… quickly grabbed my computer, locked myself in my room and wrote a piece ti- tled “An Open Letter to Donald Trump,” plead- ing for people not to vote for him. I couldn’t imagine a world in which Trump…

… sparkling apple cider, packed together on the couch and floor. We switched between news outlets in an attempt to get bipartisan coverage. Adrenaline filled the air as the results flooded back in, at…

September 23, 2020 (vol. 129, iss. 131) • Page Image 12

… life — there’s little that isn’t documented through the help of an iPhone camera, and with the rise of technology like Amazon’s Alexa, Apple’s Siri and Google Home, the idea of a smart house is no…

… technology. Ben programs the house to act as a surrogate mother, not realizing the detrimental effects this may have on his life. Expecting a computer to behave like a human is a dangerous idea with which…

February 25, 2020 (vol. 129, iss. 75) • Page Image 1

…LSA junior Stephen Dinka arrived at the Shapiro Undergraduate Library basement hoping to receive help with his Foundations of Computer Science course, EECS 376, homework at office hours…

… take all these chairs just to sit around this one guy with a tiny whiteboard.” Students told The Daily overcrowding in the UGLi is a familiar issue for many students of theory-based computer

… Michigan Department of State, highlighted the differences between the way each state runs their primary elections. “I always use the apples to oranges comparison. Iowa’s run by caucuses, ours aren…

January 24, 2020 (vol. 129, iss. 56) • Page Image 3

Computer Showcase, described how the Showcase is currently exploring fitness technology in hopes of encouraging people to improve their physical health. “We’re here showcasing some of the fitness…

… technology we offer … like demonstrating different features, especially the workout app on the Apple Watch,” Gohel said. LSA senior Caroline Baloga worked a booth representing the student-led campus farm…

November 11, 2019 (vol. 129, iss. 26) • Page Image 5

… a more robust roster of celebrity guests: From big names like pop-icon Miley Cyrus and Sharon Van Etten, to more obscure artists Fiona Apple and Gregory Porter, Goldblum invests in greater…

… paying homage to the classics. As the age of the average gamer gets older and computing technology becomes more sophisticated, any reminder of the old days taps into a deep-rooted nostalgia that warms…

September 30, 2019 (vol. 129, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

… Mower Provost, associate professor of computer science and electrical engineering, and Melvin McInnis, professor of bipolar disorder and depression, are working together to develop…

computational methods for measuring mood symptom severity in bipolar disorder. McInnis is the director of the Heinz C. Prechter Bipolar Research Program, and Provost is a member. The panelists first…

… intersection of human- robot interaction and effective computing. “It gives me an opportunity not only to try to create new and really innovative algorithms, but when you put a human- centered swing into…

… many other sustainable activities. MDining was a sponsor of the Harvest Festival. Concord and empire apples were on the table as well as a concoction of barley with vegetables and many other…

… For the Daily ALEC COHEN/Daily Emily Mower Provost, associate prof. of computer science, shares her experience with emotion recognition at an event on artificial intelligence, personalized technology…

September 18, 2019 (vol. 128, iss. 135) • Page Image 12

… it” in the Big Apple. Surrounded by these veteran New Yorkers in their suits and pencil skirts, I could almost pretend I was one of them. Even after memorizing the subway map and avoiding tourist…

…’re going to be 21 when you graduate? Oh my god, dude, you got the whole world in your hands. If it’s meant to work, it’ll work.” U niversity alum Pat Ray received a Bachelor of Science in Computer

… going to do with that, live in your parents’ basement?” I guess even computer science majors can’t escape the stigma of a liberal arts school. At his side gig, however, Ray leads a very different…

September 16, 2019 (vol. 128, iss. 131) • Page Image 4

… t’s recruiting season, and that means North Campus at the University of Michigan is being flooded with companies desperate for computer science talent. This past week, Microsoft, Palantir and…

… Uber had events on North Campus, and this week’s engineering career fair will host more than 300 companies, most of them recruiting computer science students. It’s a good time to be studying CS…

… these students, what does a University of Michigan CS education prepare them for? Increasingly, it seems, life at a big tech company. Facebook, Amazon, Google, Microsoft and Apple were five of the…

… curriculum, and concern for these issues seems to be rare among the student body. It’s time computer science students consider the morality and ethics of where they work and what they work on. A CS…

…, not just build projects in a vacuum. For students aware of the responsibilities that come with their power as computer scientists, working in big tech may even be the right choice. With the…

… potential to affect millions or billions of people with their code and the shortage of CS talent, there is little precedent for the power that computer scientists have today. Because of this…

…, collective action by computer scientists can have a substantial impact on the places they work, and by extension, the world. In the past year we’ve seen Google employees instigate changes to sexual…

September 03, 2019 (vol. 128, iss. 123) • Page Image 8

…8A — Tuesday, September 3, 2019 The Michigan Daily — michigandaily.com Get an extra $50 Welcome to Michigan bundles include a Computer Showcase gift card up to $50 to use toward any…

… future purchase. Offer valid through September 26. Great for last-minute school supplies! Shapiro Library Pierpont Commons University owned and operated since 1988 TM and © 2019 Apple Inc. All…

… rights reserv WHY SHOP SHOWCASE? We’re glad you asked. Welcome To Michigan Bundles Computers and tablets bundled with essential survival gear specifically recommended for new students. Low Education…

… Pricing Academic pricing available every day on computers, tablets, software, warranty plans, and essential tech accessories. Student Account Billing Charge tech purchases to your tuition bill. You…

April 09, 2019 (vol. 128, iss. 100) • Page Image 6

…, which includes the start of a hint to the answers to starred clues 48 Peter of Peter, Paul & Mary 51 Snail trail 52 Colorado’s __ Peak 53 Cardiologist’s implant 54 Apple tablet 55 Jason’s ship 56…

…; countless hours have been spent attempting to master the music (on medium difficulty at best). In 2014, I found my calling. Imagine “Guitar Hero” but on the computer, and you had to click notes that…

… openings and endings are cut to 90 seconds, perfect for the competitive player. Anime music finds a home in computer game ‘Osu’ DYLAN YONO Daily Arts Writer MUSIC NOTEBOOK YOUTUBE Read more at…

March 27, 2019 (vol. 127, iss. 94) • Page Image 3

…, Berkeley made him feel more confident about pursuing computer science. He said although the University of Michigan professors involved in the hiring process did not intentionally create a cohort…

… has taken steps to recruit more women to computer science in an effort to diversify the population of CS majors. In 2016, a team of doctoral students founded CS KickStart to introduce…

… are these privileges that come with socioeconomic status and intersectionality with gender and other social identities.” One of the group’s constraints is they need Apple laptops in order for…

March 19, 2019 (vol. 128, iss. 89) • Page Image 6

… annoyances 36 Gp. that isn’t gun-shy 37 Apple tablet from 2013 to 2016 40 Real estate buy 41 Have some grub 42 Ranch grazers 43 Botanical swelling 45 Yellow Brick Road dog 46 Back-of-book lists 48 Summit…

…-of- control computer 3 Dublin’s land: Abbr. 4 Faux ally 5 Proofer’s find 6 Bronchial woe 7 Capital of Tibet 8 Yank 9 Ace’s value, at times 10 They don’t like company 11 Taco truck allure 12 Calligrapher…

January 30, 2019 (vol. 127, iss. 64) • Page Image 6

… multi- instrumentalist Toro y Moi sits on an exercise ball in front of a glowing computer screen. Surrounded by different types of paraphernalia (read: keyboards and what appears to be a large…

… glass of wine), Toro y Moi seems almost boxed in by all the various objects that help him make music, his gaze transfixed on the computer screen, backlit by muted tones of red, orange and yellow…

… production. In an interview with Apple Music, Toro y Moi stated that Outer Peace mainly focuses on appraising labor within the 21st century. “It’s less of a love/heartbreak record,” he said. “It’s more…

December 11, 2018 (vol. 128, iss. 48) • Page Image 6

…)‑663‑0690. PERSONAL ASSISTANCE NEEDED Currently Seeking a Full or part time As sistant to join our team... Positive Attitude. Computer experience helpful. Must be able to follow instructions. Monday‑Friday, $650…

…” actor 45 Gives (out) sparingly 46 Passé TV accessory 47 Sediment layer 48 Courtroom cry 49 Big Apple team 50 Weak end? 52 Anti-cruelty org. 54 Green gemstone 57 With 68-Across, Garfunkel’s partner 59…

… “__ busy?” 21 Tehran residents 23 Warms up, as leftovers 24 Dr. Seuss’ Sam-__ 25 Sideless train unit 26 Invasive computer program 28 Scratching-post attachment 30 With no breaks, as a tennis set 31…

December 05, 2018 (vol. 127, iss. 45) • Page Image 6

…PERSONAL ASSISTANCE NEEDED Currently Seeking a Full or part time As sistant to join our team... Positive Attitude.Computer experi‑ ence helpful.Must be able to follow instructions…

… hay 42 Video game stage 45 Black ice, e.g. 46 Boeing rival 49 All-in-one Apple 50 Florida State player, familiarly 52 Secured, as a win 53 Source of cones 54 Early late-night TV host 55 Lacking…

November 14, 2018 (vol. 128, iss. 31) • Page Image 10

… frustration of learning to connect a cursive “o” to a “l” when the two letters were just three millimeters apart on a computer keyboard? My teachers would resort to a honeyed threatening — a survival…

… tactic refined by elementary school educators in admirable fashion. The sweetness of their candy apple red teacher voice would mask the startling proposition that your cursive abilities…

October 29, 2018 (vol. 128, iss. 17) • Page Image 3

… table with music that consistently pushes societal boundaries, and she will continue to do so. Stream Dirty Computer on Spotify or Apple Music, and watch her Emotion Picture. On feet and on…

… latest album, Dirty Computer, is no exception. Along with her album, she also made an “Emotion Picture” that accompanied the musical portion of her album. She has historically shaken the…

Computer Juliana Huxtable- “Nuwabian Princess” CHRISTINE JEGARL/Daily ELIZABETH LE/Daily PHOTO COURTESY OF FOOTLOCKER Photo courtesy of Mickalene Thomas Photo courtesy of Sophia Marques Photo courtesy…

October 11, 2018 (vol. 128, iss. 9) • Page Image 11

… Mansuetti listened to.” I ran to the family computer when I got home, typed my troubles into Google with the fastest fingers in the west and triple checked that the “feature” had been turned off. I…

…, its warmth washing over you like a sip of hot tea. As you go, the smells and sights of Main St. dwindle. Coffee and lamp posts are replaced with apple cider and brick roads. You walk into the…

October 05, 2018 (vol. 128, iss. 5) • Page Image 3

… a June study found the app has 188 million users. He graduated from LSA with a degree in Art History and interned at Apple during his summers. Horowitz joined the Snapchat team in 2015 after…

… working at Motorola, Apple, Microsoft and Google, among others. Horowitz stressed the importance of passion in addition to a course of study. “I would still argue that your Michigan degree is the…

… studying human- computer interaction and augmented reality, which Wang said made Horowitz an appealing guest. “It’s kind of a mix of seeing who would be interesting — the fields that they study…

September 25, 2018 (vol. 127, iss. 142) • Page Image 6

… 60 “If I may intrude ... ” 61 Founded, as a co. DOWN 1 QB-to-receiver six-pointer 2 Running track obstacle 3 Apple video- editing app 4 Madrid’s country 5 128 fl. oz. 6 Grandpa Simpson 7 Vague…

computer vision library. Later, a particle physicist saw this design and created a research program that would be used to detect cosmic rays in a cloud chamber. It is powerful projects like these…

September 05, 2018 (vol. 127, iss. 128) • Page Image 6

…# .NET, ASP. NET, JQuery, Java Script, MS SQL, LINQ .NET Frame work, MVC, HTML, CSS & Windows. Computer Programmer to design, code, test, implement and support application software, create functional…

… played “Ocean Eyes.” I’ll forgive Billie Eilish for her rather affected stage presence given her inexperience and young age (at 16, I was trying to figure out how to smoke weed out of an apple and…

…. The atmosphere was electric. I was at a level of drunken vigor that was perfect for the occasion, and someone dished me out some apple-flavored vodka out of a lotion bottle — things were starting…

April 02, 2018 (vol. 127, iss. 103) • Page Image 5

… Baseball’s Hershiser 13 Big Apple address letters 18 Chicago paper, for short 19 Toaster __ 23 Dilapidated joint 25 Breakfast partner of 55-Down 26 “__, all ye faithful ... ” 27 Rowed 28 Verify, as totals…

…. Why? It’s a show that has — save some pagers and boxy computers — aged unbelievably well. Just a few themes it managed to cover in its five- season run: the futility of the war on drugs, the…

March 09, 2018 (vol. 127, iss. 88) • Page Image 6

… all utilities. Showings scheduled M‑F 10‑3 w/ 24 hr notice required 734‑996‑1991 FOR RENT ACROSS 1 In need of mopping 6 Apple app mostly replaced by Messages 11 Clock std. 14 Some plankton 15 Iconic…

… Potato or yam 56 “Try this” 57 Contemporary of Nadia 58 Computer giant 59 In retrospect, it may have sounded too good to be true 63 SFO posting By Alex Bajcz ©2018 Tribune Content Agency, LLC 03/09/18 03…

December 11, 2017 (vol. 127, iss. 46) • Page Image 5

… puzzle’s circles 61 Signed in pen 62 Leisurely gait 63 Doing nothing 64 Bird’s snack 65 Drinks slowly 66 Dragged to court DOWN 1 Apple computer 2 Every bit 3 Little piggy 4 Staying power 5 Place of rapid…

… RENT ACROSS 1 Cushions for gymnasts 5 Guard’s shout 9 Rectangular Apple 13 Tons 14 Student’s repetitive cry with a raised hand 15 Sports page news 16 Gift-wrapping need 18 Country singer Steve 19 Rowdy…

November 16, 2017 (vol. 127, iss. 32) • Page Image 6

… 7 Former name of the Mariinsky Ballet 8 “Shameless” network, briefly 9 Bellicose sort 10 Pet pendant 11 Comedy duo Key & __ 12 Computer warning 15 Sub station 19 Hide 21 One rising at dawn 24 Guys 25…

… a chalet, maybe 54 Apple tablet 55 Girl in “Calvin and Hobbes” 56 Like argon and krypton 61 Burnable media 62 TiVo button 64 Feel sick 65 “That __ close!” By Jason Chapnick and C.C. Burnikel ©2017…

… Patience There’s a scene in “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” in which Wonder Woman sits at a computer and proceeds to click through folders of other superheroes waiting to appear in other movies…

September 15, 2017 (vol. 127, iss. 90) • Page Image 7

… become computerized. 1944 is past, but at the University of Michigan, 1985 is the dawning age of computering. Starting this fall and continuing until the end of 1987, the University will try to…

Apple or Zenith at low cost from the University’s microcomputer education center in the School of Education Building. Marks said that the costs of the computers have not been determined. May 4…

…July 12, 1985 - Now a days, you can’t get very far without running into computers. Video games and video game arcades taturate malls and inner-city skid rows around the country. Computer

… maintain its tradition of staying ahead of the times and install computers with easy access for all students. “I’d like to see computers available within five minutes of every student on campus…

… when Van Houweling introduced it at the Regent’s June meeting. Under the plan, the University would set up “clusters of 25-50 computers around campus,” Van Houweling said. Where these clusters…

… University has 250 stations available to students for general use — for example in the Michigan Union’s computing center. But Van Houweling says that by the end of 1987, the University would have…

… increased the number of its computers seven fold. These new station will be modele after computing centers currently available to business and engineering school students. For a mandatory $100 fee…

…, students in the two schools have access to 45 computers set aside for general use. “I’ve not nothing but positive reactions (about the two computing programs),” said Regent Thomas Roach (D…

…-Saline), “For a slight fee, students can do anything on them, from writing papers, to writing letters home. It’s a bargain.” But as with business and engineering students, access to computers may be a…

… “bargain” but it is not free. Students, except those in the two schools, will begin paying computing fees; going from $50 for winter term to $100 per term starting next spring. Business and…

September 12, 2017 (vol. 125, iss. 87) • Page Image 3

… it is important for allies of the LGBT community to understand the complexity of navigating the business environment for LGBT-identifying people. In 2014, Apple CEO Tim Cook became the first…

… repeat of the events of the Gilded Age, those with low wage jobs are at the highest risk. “In terms of sheer productivity, humans can’t keep up with computers and robots, and even when they can…

July 13, 2017 (vol. 127, iss. 80) • Page Image 5

…-taking app on my computer. Finally, this year, I sat down, and I started to clicking through my list of nearly 150 articles that I had been meaning to read. And as overwhelming as it seemed in the moment…

… content based on algorithms and computer programs is also problematic because they can help, even subtly, reinforce stereotypes. Recently, MLB.TV had a half-off discount for Fathers Day, but, at least…

… five senses. For example, we know a car exists because we can see or hear it. We know an apple exists because we can see the apple and taste it. This is one of the basic ideas of metaphysics, yet…

April 04, 2017 (vol. 127, iss. 59) • Page Image 3

… pain in his wrist. He would try to ignore it while he sat at the computer for hours a day, coding and organizing data for his dissertation. However, the pain didn’t go away. Instead, it began to…

… ended when the Golden Apple committee presented him with the official Golden Apple Award. As they handed him the award, the entire audience gave Cho — and Munchy — a standing ovation. CHO From…

April 03, 2017 (vol. 127, iss. 58) • Page Image 2

… available. However, mathematicians have established a theory of computability, which illustrates how our brains can generate infinite variations of expressions. In doing so, mathematicians have made…

… The 27th Golden Apple Award: The Unexpected Benefits of Pain, Passion and Pets WHAT: Economics professor Edward Cho will give a his “ideal last lecture,” open to the public, as the winner of the…

… Golden Apple Award. WHO: Golden Apple Award WHEN: 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. WHERE: Rackham Graduate School, auditorium String Quartet Recital WHAT: String quartets composed of student performers will play…

March 17, 2017 (vol. 127, iss. 47) • Page Image 4

…, Memphis did not become the Big Apple of the South and instead garnered a reputation as a city falling apart at the seams. However, what the statistics and media fail to show is all the wonderful…

… a successful businessman and computing analyst, Montague used his money and expertise to found the BDC. His latest endeavor, Tech901, aims to confront the shortage of IT talent in Memphis, as…

March 15, 2017 (vol. 127, iss. 45) • Page Image 12

… his cubicle to be polite and to welcome him to the office and did a sort of half-assed knock on the wall with my third and fourth knuckles. He looked up from his computer, and that’s when I…

… shit and feathers slammed into all of the family pictures that I had just hung on the walls — shattered the glass. It knocked over my computer monitor, scratched my nice leather office chair that…

… the block; they’ve got this apple-brie melt that’ll make your heart melt. I was hoping that we’d talk over lunch and that he’d say normal shit, and I’d be like damn I was wrong, he’s no weirdo…

February 01, 2017 (vol. 127, iss. 20) • Page Image 6

…Classifieds Call: #734-418-4115 Email: dailydisplay@gmail.com ACROSS 1 Memo phrase 5 Music-playing Apple 9 Improvises musically 14 Primary 15 “__ Lisa” 16 Many a jukebox tune 17 Type of film…

… Invention leader 39 Academic ultimatum 43 Early computer 44 Quite small 45 Gear on slopes 46 Coral formation 49 Cavity filler’s org. 51 Shopper’s decision 58 Smelting waste 59 Neighbor of Turk. 60 Poke fun at…

November 23, 2016 (vol. 126, iss. 34) • Page Image 6

…-sounding 16 Comparatively frugal 18 Apple products 19 Prepares to sail, maybe 20 Common fall hiree 22 Extinct emu-like bird 23 Campus military org. 25 Member of the flock 29 Word with light or shade 31 Idle 33…

…, rather than just a hyper-polished computer- generated avatar. Many of the label’s contributors’ identities — such as Felicita, easyFun, and Life Sim, just to name those on this particular…

October 25, 2016 (vol. 126, iss. 16) • Page Image 5

… Spotify and Apple Music, complain that the rap game is “all lies” and “all filthy?” Apparently so, because on Sunday, October 23rd, on the eve of Drake’s 30th birthday, he used his OVOSoundRadio show…

… exclusive contract with Apple Music, partnerships with rela- tively underground artists who are about to explode and disses directed at other celebrities to stir up extra attention — is starting to seem…

… debuts new songs, but seems stuck in the same recipe Let’s get one thing straight: Technology isn’t all that bad. Yes, in the age of reality televi- sion, social media, virtual reality and computer

September 23, 2016 (vol. 125, iss. 140) • Page Image 5

…,” Daily Arts Writer Harry Krinsky decides if a piece of culture is won- derful or trapped in malaise. Apple Music and Spotify have a bunch of problems, but it’s easy to overlook them because only 10…

… years ago the music industry was hemorrhaging from an epidemic of illegal mp3 downloading. For example: one of the tabs in the Apple Music app is called “For You.” The tab features a constantly…

…. The only two playlists I have found remotely useful have been “Lil Wayne Guest List 2000- 2010” and “Drake’s Pop Culture Lexicon.” The main problem with these computer generated playlists, is that…

… they have the dis- tinct feel of something made by a computer. They are not mixtapes your significant other made you, or even the “Summer Pregame 2015” playlist your roommate whipped you up. They…

September 14, 2016 (vol. 125, iss. 134) • Page Image 1

… scientist Emil Freireich who helped invent modern chemotherapy; Steve Jobs, who founded Apple; and Ingvar Kamprad, who founded IKEA, was part of The Joseph and Sally Handleman Lecture Series hosted by…

… Macintosh computer as quickly as possible. “That’s what sets (Jobs) apart, that sense of urgency,” Gladwell said. “That’s what gives an entrepreneur their sense of direction and their sense of…

April 12, 2016 (vol. 125, iss. 108) • Page Image 3

…, according to a press release. As a part of the event, the University will accept electronics such as laptop and desktop computers, tablets, cellular phones and audio and video equipment to be recycled…

… eager and talented student, noting his passion for robotics and computer science, and that he was a dedicated volunteer at his church. Angela Farrehi, director of the Office of Student Support and…

… Accountability, spoke about Barthel by reading an excerpt from his admission essay for the College of Engineering. Barthel wrote he felt most at peace when using his computer, as it gave him access to…

… countless possibilities. “My desktop is a window into the larger world,” he wrote. “There is nowhere that I feel more content than siting at my computer. When I’m sitting at my computer I can do all…

… administration’s reactions to recent Diag chalkings in the Fleming Building Monday. AWARD From Page 1 AMANDA ALLEN/Daily Accounting Prof. Ryan Ball discusses winning the 2016 Golden Apple award in his office…

March 31, 2016 (vol. 125, iss. 100) • Page Image 5

… area www.deincoproperties.com 734‑996‑1991 HIRING TEMP. ASSISTANT Needs exceptional computer skills incl. Apple and Microsoft word. Problem Solving. Bookeeping and accounting background. Small…

… Cleveland’s “The Q” 4 Uninterrupted 5 Mph 6 Former PBS host LeShan 7 Place setting items 8 Tough march 9 1940s stage for Ike 10 __ eel 11 Apple with a Force Touch trackpad 12 Fan club focus 13 Lane…

March 30, 2016 (vol. 125, iss. 99) • Page Image 6

… HIRING TEMP. ASSISTANT Needs exceptional computer skills incl. Apple and Microsoft word. Problem Solving. Bookeeping and accounting background. Small familiy owned business. Weekdays only. No weekend…

… take on the balance between liberty and security is and will continue to be relevant for years — the recent Apple v. FBI showdown was yet another example of the issue. Like the Western genre…

March 29, 2016 (vol. 125, iss. 98) • Page Image 4

… another in public. The 2013 movie “Her” featured a man falling in love with the computer that lived in his wireless earbud. “WALL-E,” the futuristic animated movie, showed the world as a mass of screen…

… Dash earbuds that rest wirelessly in our ear canals (with similar moves by companies like Apple), it is easy to get cynical. However, these new technologies do nothing to force people into sound…

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