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By Stephen Manes JTC | July 15, 1996
NOW YOU CAN keep the entire valuable contents of your one-gigabyte hard drive close to your heart, right in your shirt pocket.On the heels of its popular little Zip drive, the Iomega Corp. has introduced the Jaz drive -- significantly faster, more capacious and more expensive, although the company recently cut the price $100.Why would you want all that Jaz capacity? For one thing, to be able to restore a gigabyte of data when your hard disk files for unemployment. For another, to move information around flexibly.
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By GARY LAMBRECHT and GARY LAMBRECHT,SUN REPORTER | January 17, 2006
Coppin State's youthful men's basketball team broke the Hampton hex last night by showing composure in a tense game, and as a result, the Eagles have climbed into second place in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference. The Eagles overcame a size disadvantage, tightened their defense, made critical free throws down the stretch, and rode a 20-point night by sophomore reserve guard Darryl Roberts to a 72-65 win at Coppin Center. Coppin State (4-12, 4-1) won its fourth straight and broke a nine-game losing streak against Hampton (5-8, 4-2)
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BUSINESS
October 20, 1996
Oops Department: In last week's column I goofed on the price of the Iomega Jaz drive. The external drive is $500.Pub Date: 10/20/96
SPORTS
By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,SUN STAFF | January 17, 2002
Tough to say which looked bigger to McDonogh last night: Was it the basket or the ear-to-ear grin on the face of every Eagles three-point shooter? To be certain, the two were directly related. With host Gilman content to play a box-and-one defense on Eagles forward Jaz Cowan, No. 8 McDonogh lit things up from the outside with eight three-pointers in a 69-50 win over the No. 15 Greyhounds. "If teams are going to play that defense against us, we have to be able to shoot the ball," said McDonogh guard Louis Hutt (16 points)
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,SUN STAFF | January 17, 2002
Tough to say which looked bigger to McDonogh last night: Was it the basket or the ear-to-ear grin on the face of every Eagles three-point shooter? To be certain, the two were directly related. With host Gilman content to play a box-and-one defense on Eagles forward Jaz Cowan, No. 8 McDonogh lit things up from the outside with eight three-pointers in a 69-50 win over the No. 15 Greyhounds. "If teams are going to play that defense against us, we have to be able to shoot the ball," said McDonogh guard Louis Hutt (16 points)
SPORTS
By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,SUN STAFF | January 17, 2002
Tough to say which looked bigger to McDonogh last night: Was it the basket or the ear-to-ear grin on the face of every Eagles three-point shooter? To be certain, the two were directly related. With host Gilman content to play a box-and-one defense on Eagles forward Jaz Cowan, No. 8 McDonogh lit things up from the outside with eight three-pointers in a 69-50 win over the No. 15 Greyhounds. "If teams are going to play that defense against us, we have to be able to shoot the ball," said McDonogh guard Louis Hutt (16 points)
ENTERTAINMENT
By Craig Crossman and Craig Crossman,Knight Ridder/Tribune | March 6, 2000
Any computer guru will tell you that it's not if your hard drive will fail, but when. And in preparation for that inevitability, you should back up your hard drive. A few years ago, affordable hard drive capacities maxed out in the megabyte range. Most of us were reluctant to back up because floppy disk capacities were small and tape drives were expensive and slow. The tape cassettes were serial in design and needed to wind or rewind to access data. When larger-capacity disks such as Iomega's Zip and Jaz drives appeared, tape for the most part fell out of favor.
BUSINESS
By Michael J. Himowitz | October 13, 1996
Oops Department: In last week's column I goofed on the price of the Iomega Jaz drive. The external drive is $500.I SAT DOWN at the computer and noticed immediately that someone else had been using it.The first clue was the crushed Coke can lying on top of the monitor.I don't leave Coke cans lying around. Moldy coffee mugs, maybe. But never a Coke can.The next thing I noticed was a new icon on the Windows desktop.I clicked and up popped the title screen for "Galactic Ninja Streetfighters" or some such horror that I hadn't installed.
SPORTS
By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 10, 2001
After surrendering an 18-point lead against the visiting McDonogh boys basketball team last night, No. 17-ranked St. Frances appeared destined to repeat a sour pattern. For a team that hadn't scored back-to-back wins since early January, however, a 47-43 comeback win against the No. 15 Eagles at the University of Baltimore was particularly sweet. Trailing by three points late in the game, St. Frances (15-8 overall, 8-5 in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference)
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | January 5, 2002
Slowed and frustrated by the box-and-one defense that hounded him all night, Jaz Cowan broke loose for 10 of his game-high 19 points in overtime, as 11th-ranked McDonogh stunned No. 2 Archbishop Spalding, 57-43, in Severn last night. It was the first victory for McDonogh (9-3) after two losses in the combined Baltimore Catholic League and Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference and the first loss for Spalding (11-2, 1-1). The two teams were tied at 40 at the end of regulation, and Cowan sparked a 17-point surge by the visiting Eagles in the extra four-minute overtime period by scoring the first six points for a 46-43 lead.
SPORTS
By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,SUN STAFF | January 17, 2002
Tough to say which looked bigger to McDonogh last night: Was it the basket or the ear-to-ear grin on the face of every Eagles three-point shooter? To be certain, the two were directly related. With host Gilman content to play a box-and-one defense on Eagles forward Jaz Cowan, No. 8 McDonogh lit things up from the outside with eight three-pointers in a 69-50 win over the No. 15 Greyhounds. "If teams are going to play that defense against us, we have to be able to shoot the ball," said McDonogh guard Louis Hutt (16 points)
SPORTS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | January 5, 2002
Slowed and frustrated by the box-and-one defense that hounded him all night, Jaz Cowan broke loose for 10 of his game-high 19 points in overtime, as 11th-ranked McDonogh stunned No. 2 Archbishop Spalding, 57-43, in Severn last night. It was the first victory for McDonogh (9-3) after two losses in the combined Baltimore Catholic League and Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference and the first loss for Spalding (11-2, 1-1). The two teams were tied at 40 at the end of regulation, and Cowan sparked a 17-point surge by the visiting Eagles in the extra four-minute overtime period by scoring the first six points for a 46-43 lead.
SPORTS
By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 10, 2001
After surrendering an 18-point lead against the visiting McDonogh boys basketball team last night, No. 17-ranked St. Frances appeared destined to repeat a sour pattern. For a team that hadn't scored back-to-back wins since early January, however, a 47-43 comeback win against the No. 15 Eagles at the University of Baltimore was particularly sweet. Trailing by three points late in the game, St. Frances (15-8 overall, 8-5 in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference)
FEATURES
By David Folkenflik and David Folkenflik,SUN TELEVISION WRITER | December 20, 2000
Now, for the ultimate in counter-programming: On Christmas Day, from 9 a.m. on, Baltimore radio show hosts Larry Cohen and Jay Bernstein will present 12 straight hours of talk, music and promotions geared toward Jewish interests on WJFK (1300 AM). Admittedly, the show's name, "Shalom Baltimore," sounds like an ironic title of a Barry Levinson movie. And sure, the program, regularly broadcast from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. on Sundays, doesn't pull down the same audience as, say, Howard Stern, who can be heard weekday mornings on the same station.
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By David Folkenflik and David Folkenflik,SUN TELEVISION WRITER | December 20, 2000
Now, for the ultimate in counter-programming: On Christmas Day, from 9 a.m. on, Baltimore radio show hosts Larry Cohen and Jay Bernstein will present 12 straight hours of talk, music and promotions geared toward Jewish interests on WJFK (1300 AM). Admittedly, the show's name, "Shalom Baltimore," sounds like an ironic title of a Barry Levinson movie. And sure, the program, regularly broadcast from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. on Sundays, doesn't pull down the same audience as, say, Howard Stern, who can be heard weekday mornings on the same station.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Craig Crossman and Craig Crossman,Knight Ridder/Tribune | March 6, 2000
Any computer guru will tell you that it's not if your hard drive will fail, but when. And in preparation for that inevitability, you should back up your hard drive. A few years ago, affordable hard drive capacities maxed out in the megabyte range. Most of us were reluctant to back up because floppy disk capacities were small and tape drives were expensive and slow. The tape cassettes were serial in design and needed to wind or rewind to access data. When larger-capacity disks such as Iomega's Zip and Jaz drives appeared, tape for the most part fell out of favor.
SPORTS
By GARY LAMBRECHT and GARY LAMBRECHT,SUN REPORTER | January 17, 2006
Coppin State's youthful men's basketball team broke the Hampton hex last night by showing composure in a tense game, and as a result, the Eagles have climbed into second place in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference. The Eagles overcame a size disadvantage, tightened their defense, made critical free throws down the stretch, and rode a 20-point night by sophomore reserve guard Darryl Roberts to a 72-65 win at Coppin Center. Coppin State (4-12, 4-1) won its fourth straight and broke a nine-game losing streak against Hampton (5-8, 4-2)
FEATURES
By David Folkenflik and David Folkenflik,SUN TELEVISION WRITER | December 20, 2000
Now, for the ultimate in counter-programming: On Christmas Day, from 9 a.m. on, Baltimore radio show hosts Larry Cohen and Jay Bernstein will present 12 straight hours of talk, music and promotions geared toward Jewish interests on WJFK (1300 AM). Admittedly, the show's name, "Shalom Baltimore," sounds like an ironic title of a Barry Levinson movie. And sure, the program, regularly broadcast from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. on Sundays, doesn't pull down the same audience as, say, Howard Stern, who can be heard weekday mornings on the same station.
BUSINESS
October 20, 1996
Oops Department: In last week's column I goofed on the price of the Iomega Jaz drive. The external drive is $500.Pub Date: 10/20/96
BUSINESS
By Michael J. Himowitz | October 13, 1996
Oops Department: In last week's column I goofed on the price of the Iomega Jaz drive. The external drive is $500.I SAT DOWN at the computer and noticed immediately that someone else had been using it.The first clue was the crushed Coke can lying on top of the monitor.I don't leave Coke cans lying around. Moldy coffee mugs, maybe. But never a Coke can.The next thing I noticed was a new icon on the Windows desktop.I clicked and up popped the title screen for "Galactic Ninja Streetfighters" or some such horror that I hadn't installed.
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