Earlier today I heard Terry Gross on Fresh Air interview Christopher Wylie, the Cambridge Analytica whistleblower and author of Mindf*ck: Cambridge Analytica and the Plot to Break America; click here to listen to that interview, access the transcript, and purchase the book if you’re so inclined. Wylie outlines how in the months leading up to the 2016 presidential election in the United States Cambridge Analytica, Steve Bannon, teams of well-financed social scientists, and some sophisticated Facebook algorithms targeted and harnessed the residual power of an interesting demographic, i.e., straight white men who felt humiliated and emasculated by marginalizing forces well beyond their control. They were manipulated and promised a return to an imaginary golden era that fortunately never existed. I’m considering getting the book. The title says it all! The interview prompted this:
Well over 100, and counting, of my digital (iPad) cartoons, doodles, and photo-mashups about this nightmare, dating back to late 2014: This Post has been converted into a Page (See above) called Trump Gallery since it keeps on growing.
Nothing to say; except that I wish education had a greater impact than propaganda.
Paper 53 and final tweaking in iColorama
This is a bit misleading. The system is already broken. I should have entitled this Barely Functional.
Tayasui Sketches, Procreate, iColorama, iPad Pro, Apple Pencil,
I know; this has got to stop. I’ve lost control of my own creativity from a doodleographic perspective. Too often, when I sit down with my iPad Pro and Apple Pencil, I’m unable to resist the temptation to devote yet another post to transcandidate Donald Trump. I’m counting 19 separate posts, click here to see them, tagged “Trump” dating back to December 14, 2015; you’ll have to click on “see older posts” at the bottom of the first of two pages. Yea, because there are 19 posts with the Trump tag. I know; this has got to stop.
iPad Pro, Apple Pencil, Tayasui Sketches, iColorama, Videoshop
My brother-in-law Bob shared a link to this article that inspired me to draw this:
(…doesn’t even lift up the seat…)
At the risk of increasing his popularity among those suffering from socio-political dyslexia…
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