Seriously, though–Agent Cooper?
The one thing that stopped me from rushing out and buying it?
The terrible cover.
Brilliance and A Better World had these wonderfully designed covers, but now all three look like grocery store trash. I’m sure the writing is up to your standards, Sakey, but someone blew it with the graphic design.
In the interests of giving proper credit: Quinn Norton’s writing on Anonymous and many other topics is great, but the idea of Anonymous as the trickster comes from anthropologist Gabriella Coleman, the author of Hacker, Hoaxer, Whistleblower, Spy: The Many Faces of Anonymous. She has spent years studying the group, and Norton credits her with the comparison of Anonymous to the trickster archetype.
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