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Digital Autonomy and the Arts with Margaret Anna Alice

Part 3 of the Digital Autonomy and the Arts series
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It is my honor and pleasure to have worked alongside such a passionate and talented writer.

is an inspiration to those worldwide who wish to resist and dismantle totalitarianism. She is one of many critical voices in these turbulent times.

This is the third installment of my Digital Autonomy and the Arts series. The goal of the series is to connect with creative minds so that they can share their input on issues surrounding digital freedom and top-down technocratic control. Part 1 was a one-on-one with

who joined me again in Part 2 with

We discussed many of her amazing works, then touched on the chaotic information landscape and AI tools. I think you’ll find the conversation riveting and encouraging.

Must-see works:

Margaret Anna Alice Through the Looking Glass
Mistakes Were NOT Made: An Anthem for Justice (Video)
Watch now (4 mins) | I am elated to present this video of Dr. Tess Lawrie reading Mistakes Were NOT Made: An Anthem for Justice (full text at the end of this post): My veteran Substack readers may recall it was Tess’s fearless confrontation of Andrew Hill that inspired me to launch my…
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Margaret Anna Alice Through the Looking Glass
Wake-up Toolkit
Below you will find my articles organized by topic so you can readily reference and share them as the need arises. You can also visit my archive to view all of my content in reverse chronological order…
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Margaret Anna Alice Through the Looking Glass
Are You a Good German or a Badass German?
“If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor. If an elephant has its foot on the tail of a mouse and you say that you are neutral, the mouse will not appreciate your neutrality.” —Archbishop Desmond Tutu Time’s up. Pencils down…
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Margaret Anna Alice Through the Looking Glass
Anatomy of a Philanthropath: Dreams of Democide & Dictatorship
“Tyranny is a habit which may be developed until at last it becomes a disease. I declare that the noblest nature can become so hardened and bestial that nothing distinguishes it from that of a wild animal. Blood and power intoxicate; they help to develop callousness and debauchery. The mind then becomes capable of the most abnormal cruelty, which it reg…
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Margaret Anna Alice Through the Looking Glass
Profiles in Courage: The Canadian Truckers
Watch now (1 min) | “The importance of the event [the storming of the Bastille] lay simply in the psychological fact that for the first time the people received an obvious proof of the weakness of an authority which had lately been formidable. “When the principle of authority is injured in the public mind it dissolves very rapidly. What might not one demand of a king who co…
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Visceral Adventure
Do You Remember?
Well I didn’t think I was going to wake up Christmas morning with an influx of comments and subscriptions in my email and I knew immediately it must be because Margaret Anna Alice dropped her holiday post and our collab based on her prose Do You Remember…
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