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Jan 26Liked by Insanely Free

Thank you for another great article. I feel a certain kinship with this blog as I too am going through a similar unentanglement from digital life. I've not quite reached your extreme, but I'm striving to fully reclaim my sovereignty. Should the day arrive when substack goes the way of the system, I truly hope that you're able to still get your voice out there. Your words and wisdom help to maintain focus through this fog of technocracy. Peace be with your friend

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Thank you so much.

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Excellent article . . I too do not put too much faith in technology or A.I. Both will come up against reality, as will the technocrats . . things like . . silicon chip lifespans, battery lifespans, energy to charge the battery, supply-chain disruptions, etc etc. My favourite quote is this:- "The maintenance of complex systems will be humanities downfall!" . . and this is not something the Technocrats or even A.I can fix . .

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Thanks!

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Feb 28Liked by Insanely Free

As always this one has many great nuggets and a few laugh out loud moments. Sent some sats as usual as well. Value4Value.

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Thank you!

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Feb 6Liked by Insanely Free

Another excellent article as always! I hope substack continues to be a viable platform, but if and when it is time to jump ship, just let us know. Your writing is of high value to me and has been very helpful along my journey of extricating myself from these devices. Next on the chopping block is YouTube. I currently restrict myself to 2.5 hours a day maximum with it, which while still a lot, is a big improvement from how much time I would spend on it. I'm more engaged with life. I read more, go to the gym consistently, and I'm learning to crochet. :)

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Thank you, and great to hear!

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Jan 26Liked by Insanely Free

Excellent!

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Thanks

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