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Oh so that’s visual literacy. Huh.

10 Responses to “Trying Hopelessly To Judge Books Apart From Their Covers”

  1. on 18 Apr 2008 at 5:56 amTom

    Visual literacy has been and always will be pie. I stand by that.

  2. on 18 Apr 2008 at 6:42 amDina

    Perhaps visual literacy is something one must pull out of a top hat after rejecting reading this book?

    No, no…visual literacy is gardening with Andy Warhol. *That’s* it.

  3. on 18 Apr 2008 at 7:52 amBill Fitzgerald

    Hello, Dan,

    Isn’t that a picture of you? You know, the guy holding the rabbit?



  4. on 18 Apr 2008 at 7:53 amBenjamin Baxter

    I’m guessing that’s the “Before” picture.

  5. on 18 Apr 2008 at 8:15 amdan

    @Bill, how dare you sir.

  6. on 18 Apr 2008 at 10:14 amMr. K.

    This is the part that kills me:

    …provides guidance on many topics including: the subliminal effects of color (which ones to use, which ones to avoid), appropriate use of typefaces and fonts, the role of text and bullets vs graphical images, clip art vs photographic images, killer charts, graphs and templates, new approaches to presentations and learning, the hows and whys of visual humor, and finding high-quality, no-cost visual resources…

    It’s not unlike our tech coordinators who demonstrate powerpoint with billions and billions of bullet points and every flying transition in the package.

    No wonder teachers can’t teach.

  7. on 19 Apr 2008 at 7:15 amA. Mercer

    Hey, that’s looks like one of my slides (except for the pie, I’d rather eat that).

  8. on 20 Apr 2008 at 6:17 pmJeffreygene

    @bill, benjamin, nope that is obviously will arnett as gob bluth. And the rabbit is dead.

  9. on 21 Apr 2008 at 11:30 pmJohn Larkin

    Visual vomit.

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