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My first image provides me with a visual description of the first three paragraphs of the text. It shows me a classical, traditional tool used by many 'greats' of the past. It follows with the plain and middle styles found in the first three paragraphs. The Molskine notebook is a simple black rectangle with rounded corners: this is what the image is visually providing.



 (image: http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/ http://globalnerdy.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2008/03/mike_rohdes_sxsw_moleskine.jpg)

Though this image instantly strikes me as immature when held up to the grand description of a Moleskine notebook, I realized that my second image went with the qualitative style of the fourth paragraph of the Moleskine text by showing the true potential of the notebook. The 'sketchnotes' done by Mike Rohde show that the Moleskine notebook is not only for 'greats' of the past, but also for 'greats' of the future. It shows the Moleskine notebook working with new technology (twitter) as well as new ideas (sketchnotes).
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