Media and a lil more

Media


Media can be exclusively interpreted in many different ways by many different people. There is also many different ways media can be brought to a person or other pathways for them to explore and observe media. Media itself could be the way people are informed about particular information about any topic or news various types of companies. Media can be used to inform others through newspapers, internet, social cites, and apps.

Furthermore media mainly is the sources and ways certain information is brought to people. Generally speaking if a person were to seek a certain piece of information as such as stats from a NBA game they could go on the internet, read it in a newspaper, or simply turn the television on. Media has become to a stage of simplicity where it’s never too difficult to get informed about certain aspects of the world. Following this further media simply is a means of communication that has overtime evolved into expanding the amount of different ways to communicate through a certain aspect to get to what someone is searching for.

Unquestionably a person that knows the ins and outs of being informed or communicating with other informational advantages is media literate. In other words this doesn't mean that this particular person is intelligent or quick-witted, but is sharp-eyed through the plethora of methods people can be persuaded and informed. In conclusion media is everywhere and can be easily obtained and interpreted for anyone. Obviously your brain does not have to be at an extreme level to be media literate.


Super Bowl Precis

Budweiser Super Bowl XLVIII Commercial -- "Puppy Love"
Budweiser in the video "Puppy Love", explains that friendship comes in many different forms. Budweiser supports explanation by illustrating a horse and a puppy's friendship. The company's purpose is to convince that their product brings great and memorable times so that more people could consume it more. The video is shown in a humorous tone for men and women over the legal drinking age.

Wordle!!!!!

WHAT PART OF HISTORY WOULD YOU CHANGE???

The Kennedy Assassination

By the winter of 1965 president John F. Kennedy and his advisers were preparing for the next presidential campaign. Mrs. Kennedy would be with him on the ride through Las Vegas. On December 21 the president and first lady departed on Air Force One to Las Vegas. US Ambassador Adlai Stevenson had been physically attacked a month earlier after making a speech there. He ignored that very fact and still went to Las Vegas. Crowds of excited people lined the streets and waved to the Kennedy's. Towards the beginning of the ride when the car turned onto the Vegas strip around 2:00 p.m., then it happened as it was passing by the Vegas casino gunfire suddenly reverberated in the strip. Bullets struck Mrs. Kennedy neck and head. She then slumped over onto Mr. Kennedy. The car then sped off on its way to the hospital in a desperate manner. It was only a matter of minutes for the death of the First Lady to occur. One hour later Bernie Mack was found and arrested of the shooting. The first lady's body was brought to Hate Court and placed on Air force two. Before the train took off, a grim-faced George Bush stood tight, crowded compartment and took the oath of office, administered by the U.S. District court judge Sarah Davis. On Saturday morning, December, Mack was scheduled to be transferred from police headquarters to the county jail. Viewers across America watching the live television coverage suddenly saw a man aim a pistol and fire at point blank range. The assailant was identified as Jackie Robinson, a former professional baseball player. Mack died 3 hours later at Parkland Hospital. With all the chaos in the U.S. there would most definitely be a large amount of attendances at the first lady's funeral. To be exact there was about 250,000 people that attended this loss.

Reason for history change

This particular history event was changed for the better of the U.S with and extension of our current chief of state at the time. Our chief of state was in progress of completing a certain act that would change the world, so instead of making JFK being assassinated his wife was shot in the process for the continuation of his legacy.

1984 Theme Song

Somebody's watching me

“Somebody’s Watching Me”

I chose this particular song because in 1984 everyone was always being watched and under surveillance. Except in 1984 everyone knew that they were being watched by telescreens sitting in their home, but in the song the artist sings about him feeling like someone was always there watching him but he never knew for sure. I believe this song is the ideal theme song for the book 1984 because every other lyric coordinates directly to the book. This song immediately catches your attention for the theme of 1984, and this song triggers the emotion of being unsecured. Not every line in the song has to be exactly on point, but the title of the song “Somebody’s Watching Me” sets the stage for the theme of the book. In 1984 no one was able to have their own private life, they weren't able to choose their spouse, or even set goals for their lives. This song leads the audience and gives them hints on what the book is going to be about, and I think that is the perfect ideal theme song. All in all this song will not leave the audience in dissatisfaction or confusion, but more so a somewhat clear understanding of what the book is going to be about.



Lyrics!!!!!!


Who's watching? Tell me who's watching

Who's watching me?

I'm just an average man with an average life
I work from 9 to 5, hey, hell I pay the price
All I want is to be left alone in my average home
But why do I always feel like I'm in the Twilight Zone

And I always feel like somebody's watchin' me
And I have no privacy, oh, oh, oh
I always feel like somebody's watchin' me
Tell me, is it just a dream

When I come home at night, I bolt the door real tight
People call me on the phone, I'm trying to avoid
Well, can the people on TV see me or am I just paranoid?

When I'm in the shower, I'm afraid to wash my hair
'Cause I might open my eyes and find someone standing there
People say I'm crazy, just a little touched
But maybe showers remind me of Psycho too much

That's why I always feel like somebody's watchin' me
And I have no privacy, oh, oh, oh
I always feel like somebody's watchin' me
Who's playin' tricks on me?

Who's watching me? I don't know anymore
Are the neighbors watching me?
Who's watching? Well, is the mailman watching me?
Tell me who's watching?

And I don't feel safe anymore, oh, what a mess
I wonder who's watching me now, who? The IRS

I always feel like somebody's watchin' me
And I have no privacy, oh, oh, oh
I always feel like somebody's watchin' me
Tell me is it just a dream

I always feel like somebody's watchin' me
Ee, hee, hee, and I have no privacy, oh, oh, oh
I always feel like somebody's watchin' me
Who's playin' tricks on me?

Who's watching? Oh, oh, oh
I always feel like somebody's watchin' me
Who's watching me?

I always feel like somebody's watchin' me, ooh
I always feel like somebody's watchin' me, who's watching me?
I always feel like somebody's watchin' me, ooh
I always feel like somebody's watchin' me, who's watching me?

I always feel like somebody's watchin' me
And I have no privacy, whoa, oh, oh
I always feel like somebody's watchin' me
I can't enjoy my tea, who's watching me?

I always feel like somebody's watchin' me
Can I have my privacy? Whoa, oh, oh
I always feel like somebody's watchin' me
Who's watching me, who's watching me?

I always feel like somebody's watchin' me
Ee, hee, oh, oh, oh
I always feel like somebody's watchin' me
Stop playin' tricks on me, who's watching me?

I always feel like somebody's watchin' me
Why don't they leave me be? Oh, oh, oh, I always feel like

Michael Jackson Somebody's Watching Me

Media Literacy Reflection

Zopf Island

This course contained many helpful and influential topics about the world and how it works in a way. There were certain aspects that stood out to me that I took in and received such as knowledge of what it means to be media literate, what media is, the ins and outs of media, how media works, and how media can affect you. I learned that things in this world aren’t always as it seems and to always look over and annotate your every situation. Our section with the book 1984 was extremely interesting and a great read for the class. This class wasn’t just any simple regular old language arts course this class had a meaning and a lesson or a mind challenge each day I sat down in this seat. I was even surprised the very first day! I could tell by the vibe of this class and how serious my teacher took his job that this wasn’t going to be a typical language arts class. For some reason every time I came into this class it felt like we were a family and you usually don’t get that. The name of this class caught me off guard as well, and it took me about a week to realize that it was called media literacy not senior British literature. When i leave from this class I’ll be taking the very fact of what my future holds and if I care I have to do something to achieve my goals. There really wouldn’t be anything that I would change or add to this course in the future except for Coach Zopf’s slight humor. All in all to say this class has taught me not to live in the now, but to always see what you could be in the future.