BC: This book is what the world has been waiting for... ~Anonymous | I simply cannot put the book down, even after reading it at least 10 times! ~Obsessed Reader | When this level of wit and creativity come together, I usually expect something to explode, but instead I'm holding this book... ~Awestruck Person | About the Author: | Dalton spends his time either doing copious amounts of homework, hanging with friends, or just having a good time. His favorite food is steak, and has family that lives in Minnesota.
FC: The Wonderfully and Amazingly Diverse Book that is Absolutely Full of Notecards By Dalton Groath
1: In this book, I have placed all of the notecards that I have made in the past semester. Some of them were tricky to compose, but I sincerely hope that you, as both an art critic and a thinking mind, will enjoy them (and not judge them too harshly).
2: “Once you can accept the universe as matter expanding into nothing that is something, wearing stripes with plaid comes easy.” ~Albert Einstein
3: This book is dedicated to anyone who is willing to buy this book.
4: Prologue | In the beginning, each notecard was only a concept, an idea. But after much work, they have come together to form a picture of the semester.
5: Table of Contents: 1. Personal Profile 2. Media in the World 3. Propaganda 4. The Physical Media
6: Chapter 1: Personal Profile
8: Chapter 2: Media in the World
9: Some places in the world are too dependent on technology. | Other places have the opposite problem, but is that really a problem?
10: Some people have quite the obsession with technology. And yes, there is help.
12: Chapter 3: Propaganda
13: The camera never lies... Or does it...?
14: Propaganda has a way of swaying people to do what it says...
15: Propaganda can be for anything. | And by ANYBODY...
16: Chapter 4: Physical Media
17: The perfect man. (According to early accounts)
19: Dr. Phil: Are yooou feeling insecure because of your body? I bet you are... Now let me tell you that a bad body is nothing to be ashamed of, especially when it is as bad as yours... | Bodies are vehicles of insecurity
20: Epilogue: Now that both the book and the semester are coming to a close, look back on it once more. This book is a journey through the semester, showing each of the themes that I studied. I hope that you have enjoyed this journey as much as I have.