By Claudia Lynch,
Benchmarks Online Editor
Every once and awhile we have
items that don't quite add up to a full-blown article, but we feel are
noteworthy nonetheless. Those listed below fall into that category:
- Since summer is the time for all sorts of orientations --
Freshman, Transfer, TAMS -- Dr. Baczewski decided it was time to
Back-to-school computer buying tips for a new generation of
students and their parents. Check them out!
- Data Management Services has some new
NCS Processing Request
Forms available now. They are forms NCS 106173 (self-score) and
NCS 4521 (w/name field).
- Apple IIs were first shipped to customers
in June of 1977! As the folks at
eWEEK note, "June 4 marks the 30th anniversary of the release
of the Apple II, one of the 1977 trinity (also including the TRS-80
and the Commodore PET) that started the PC revolution. In honor of
this auspicious event, eWEEK staff got together to recount their
first—and current—PC experiences." They did this by creating a "PC
March Through Time"
For a real trip down memory lane,
check this out.
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